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Am attending Sunday AM in my hood. We have an Eastwood's Products store that hosts our Sunday Morning gatherings.They have a "giveaway" for anyone purchasing a:"bubble" in their store, Automatically entered. Yeah, I know, a captured audience. But, what better way to be captured? I've used their products, exclusively, when restoring my ride. Therefore am, somewhat, invested....?
BTW, will post my morning's pics.
 

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The owner of the 67 was very proud of his 1 of 1 Musstang. Someone checked every option on that car except the V-8 box. :unsure: Deluxe interior, AC(!), power everything. Head scratcher.
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Neat bunch of cars.
I dig the triumphs.
And that A is slick! Like the color and really tastfully done. I doubt thats going to look out of style in 10-15 years.
I saw the other day something about a Rapter Bronco. I have not looked up the details. I'm in no danger of buying one but nice to know it exists.
 

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Discussion Starter · #64 ·
Neat bunch of cars.
I dig the triumphs.
And that A is slick! Like the color and really tastfully done. I doubt thats going to look out of style in 10-15 years.
I saw the other day something about a Rapter Bronco. I have not looked up the details. I'm in no danger of buying one but nice to know it exists.
I’ve had a Bronco Badlands on order for a silly long time now. The Bronco Raptor is a beast, although the rear fenders are goofy. I guess they ran out of ideas stuffing those 37s in. You’re in no danger of getting one for a long while. For round sold out silly quick. They did offer it to those of us who hadn’t gotten our ordered ones yet.
 

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Hagerty sponsored Cars & Coffee show at Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey on Saturday, 4/23, for the SVRA Trans-Am Speed Fest.

My car. Arrived late so didn't get to park with other Mustangs.
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And a few more that were racing...

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The Alfa club decided to show up with some interesting cars. The Porsche 914 is included because he's running a SBF in it. Plenty of room. I was inside most of the morning so I missed the red convertible that parked next to me. Bummed I did get a chance to see it (picture was taken by someone else). I may have posted the Falcon before but it's so nice you can't actually post it too many times.


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Sadly, no more C&C here in AlbuTurkey. People just can't behave. Maybe another location can be found.
They are very strict at the Portland C&C but they understand if people misbehave they understand it can threaten the event.
 

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There was a time back from the late 60's up to the mid 90's( I graduated in '91) in Northern California where the cruising scene was HUGE(Santa Rosa in particular). It was a ton a fun and allowed young people to interact and have fun together. Unfortunately a few bad apples and people complaining about traffic on a Friday or Saturday nights created a law against it. Needless to say, it was a dynamic change for young people and car enthusiasts alike that I dont think it ever recovered and killed a great culture imo.

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