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Pacific Fest 03: Z4 Weekend Drive Sweepstakes

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URL: http://www.pacificfest.com

Now that we have your attention, PNW2002 would like to invite you and your car to Pacific Fest 03 at Oregon's beautiful Milo McIver State Park, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM September 28th, 2003. The park is located about 25 miles SE of downtown Portland along the scenic Clackamas River. Camping for the event is available; please contact us if you would like to spend the night at the park. If you’ve got a 1600/2002, pre 77 BMW or a healthy appreciation for vintage BMWs, then please come and celebrate the "Original Driving Machines" with us.

To participate in the Z4 weekend drive raffle you must attend Pacific Fest 03 along with your vintage BMW.

For more information about Pacific Fest 03 and PNW2002 please visit our web site at www.pacificfest.com. Hope to see you and your classic BMW soon.


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