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Registration is now open for Vintage at Saratoga 2013. There are a few changes for this year, most notably the move from July to October. This will enable V@S to become a part of two other BMW centered events at the Saratoga Automobile Museum. First we will have the opportunity to enjoy the cars on the floor of the museum. This BMW themed exhibit will include art cars, pre-war cars and a few examples from one of the worlds most prominent collections of BMW motorcycles. This weekend will also be the start of the BMW Vintage and Classic Car Club's fall holiday. They have planned a week long series of drives centered in the Saratoga area, and they will join us for a Meet and Greet dinner on Saturday night. This tour will also include significant cars from BMWs history. While these events are all stand alone, Saratoga will be the focal point of vintage BMWs, and we welcome you to be a part of it all.

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1972 3.0 cs, 1975 2002, 2002 M Roadster

2013 128i, 2013 X1

1965 Honda Trail 90

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My wife and I are registered with our '73 Agave Tii. See you there!

1973 2002Tii Agave "Gerta"-----1972 2002Tii Verona project-----------2003 Porsche 911 X51-------2016 FIAT Abarth--------2003 Porsche Boxster----------2005 Honda Element

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