Just wanted to throw out major props for putting this in action bruno.
This would not have been possible without your hard work and that needs to be noted.
I'll miss you big brother!
Ah, shucks! You're very welcome. But, it was nothing. Thanks for your support in making this happen as well. Who would have thought after last October that this would finally come to fruition?
I enjoyed every minute of it, including seeing my student with the DeLorean/Flux Capacitor and the one who was a server at the Daily Grill.
We definitely need to participate in another EuroSunday, soon!
Looks like ya'll had a great time! nice pic's bruno.. good to see cencal mixin in with others, everyone has there own passions just like we have ours!!
oh yeah...it looked like great fun. The cars look awesome, the people look like they are all havin a good time, and seemed like a beautiful day. Wish I coulda made it but work MUST come first. Since i missed this one I may let the ride get DIRTY and then i'll HAVE to make the Adam's event. Hmmm, maybe even bring out the Caddy....
THe 22s are fine. Just not for the hard mountain driving.Originally Posted by bruno
Looks like I really missed out on a great meet. Thanks all, for posting all the pics.
i can see by the pic's this was another good time .............
i'm fred & yea i'm a MOPAR nut-1979 dodge power wagon-2000 plymouth prowler-1988 FERRAI 328 GTS
"With a turbo, exhaust gasses go into the turbocharger and spin it, with a supercharger, air goes in, witchcraft happens and you go faster."- Jeremy Clarkson
How often do club members get to drive unlimited speeds on beautiful foothill roads (those less traveled) with all kinds of twists, turns, and straightaways for almost 2 hours?? I told everyone that was the first time I ever used my autostick sooooo much and it was thrilling. It was extra nice to have a police officer leading me all the way, too! He tried to lose me but couldn't.