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FYI in SoCal ..... BMW drive from Malibu to West Hills

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From: SoCal Vintage BMW (via MotorsportReg.com) 
Sent: Sat, Jun 4, 2016 9:03 am
Subject: SoCal Vintage BMW Malibu/Mulholland Run on Saturday June 18th


The SoCal Vintage BMW Malibu/Mulholland Drive to West Hills is coming up two weeks from today on Saturday June 18, at 9AM - we'll leave as close to that time as possible, so make sure you're there earlier to sign off on the waiver sheet and get driving instructions at the driver's meeting. The meet up point is the Vons parking lot at Pacific Coast Highway and Sunset Blvd in Pacific Palisades

Here's the route - we've added a Moorpark/Simi Valley section this year to come back through Box Canyon to avoid the 101 (although we're trading driving the 23 and 118 a bit for that). It should be an even better drive than the great one it's always been. Here's the route - get really familiar with it before the drive!! 


Since Marc at BWS is generous enough to provide lunch for all the drivers, please RSVP if you've not done so already. Please do this as soon as possible so we can get an accurate headcount.

John & Jeff


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Since I still don't have a car of my own just yet.  I participated in the drive by hanging out at the Box Canyon junction to take some pics as the guys came by.  I hung out a couple of hours talking cars and such with Original Owner.  When the group did show up they were gone in a FLASH !!  Turns out that half the guys got lost and took the short way to lunch, guess they were hungry :)


Anyways here are a few pics that I liked
















1975 non-purist driver M42 Turbo, Hurricane a/c, and all sorts of cool stuff

1976 2002 sold, 1970 2002 sold, 1969 1600 sold

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Doug asked if I happened to have a picture of his car.  I just happen to have one.


1975 non-purist driver M42 Turbo, Hurricane a/c, and all sorts of cool stuff

1976 2002 sold, 1970 2002 sold, 1969 1600 sold

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