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Discussion in 'California: Northern' started by 72hemi, Jul 31, 2012.
This is a great event, that you don't want to miss. Space is limited to sign up early.
We already have over 50 cars signed up for this event (approximately 20 Vipers) so if you are thinking about attending, sign up soon before registration is full.
Update on registration numbers; we are up to approximately 80 cars signed up and almost 30 of them are Vipers. This is going to be a great event. Sign up soon if you have not done so already.
Just over a week to go and we have 100 cars signed up for this event!
Even though the official sign up date has passed, I believe there are a few openings left. Even if you can't show your car, it is not something that you want to miss. There is always a great collection of muscle cars, as well as vintage and a few dragsters. Come on down for the free food and stay for the party!!!
I'll be staying the night in San Jose....so I can be there at 9 am'ish.
Yes there are still a few spots open if people want to attend. Simply send me an email at [email protected] and I can get you signed up.
I'll be there, with the Challenger!
He me too (well I will be in my Challenger).
...been a long wait to see your classic, John. Can't wait!
I think the last time my Challenger came out for an event was the Normandin show 2 years ago. I have to say it feels great driving it again.
I am looking forward to the ride! The last time that I was in a 70's Challenger was around 30 years ago!
Is it too late to participate? Just checking, wanting to bring down my wives and all the kids for some free food.
I think that there are still a couple of slots left. Email John and he can tell you for certain.
Slots? I need tables and chairs!
Sorry, I miss read your message. It is open for anyone who wants to come down to check out the cars and grab a free bite to eat. The more the merrier!
I thought you were asking about showing your car!
Another successful event. A big thank you to Paul Normandin, Maurice Liang, Rocky and Terri Angen and John McDonald. 25 Vipers and boat load of Mopar powered cars. We even a crossover vehicle. A 70's Challenger with Gen2 Viper motor. The goody bags had a cool poster and really cool custom Sneaky Pete Keychain created by Rocky. We even had flyover by a news copter. Here are some of the pictures.
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One more picture
One more photo of the event with my cell phone.
The "sniper" on the roof is none other than Maurice Liang. He was shooting everything in sight with his Canon!
Cool pictures Ken! Where did you go yesterday? We were supposed to go for a spin, we will have to find a time to go out in the Challenger.
Sorry John, my loss. I took off a little after 2. I knew that you would not be ready to go for another 2-3 hours and I was done. We do need to schedule a ride, we can go the route that I showed to you unless you want to head out to coast!
Yeah I didn't get done there until after 4.