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Orange County BMW Concours Sunday June 2nd

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Thanks to Mike Burger and Fred Larimer we will have our own BMW Concours classes at this year's Huntington Beach Concours d' Elegance held at the Huntington Beach Central Library on Sunday, June 2nd.

Last year we gathered a few BMWs at the last minute and participated at this event and had a great time. Then the wheels started turning and some of us said why not have our own categories this next year?

Well, Mike and Fred put words into actions and now its official. There are four classes of BMWs, if you are in Southern California you need to join us and either be judged or displayed or just wander among the great cars this show attracts.

The Homepage has more info on this event — http://hbconcours.org/classes/

Or go to Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/505384636164466/

Entry fee is $35, sign up is on the HB Concours website.


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