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The Monterey Historics are here!!!!


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I'm so damned glad I've been able to get out of town and cruise down the coast for this event. Anyhow, for those who are interested, I'll try to post pics on a nightly basis once I get back to the hotel from the track. Realize, this gallery I post to is a dumping ground for all my photos, so there will be a lot to sort through.

http://gallery.xfiler.com/view_album.php?set_albumName=2008MontereyHistorics

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-=Scott=-

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1971 2002 - "William Grover-Williams" - Track/Weekend Car VIN 2579197

1998 740iL E38 - "Blau" - Daily Driver

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Thanks Scott for the Vicarious shots- Just did not work out for me this year.

Can you please try to find out the itinerary for the 2000 mile BMW vintage

rally. Me and some of the NK guys would like to hook up with them along the

way. Specifically try to find out their route and dates after Eureka.

Curious to know if they are going over 36 or 299 and up into the Cascades

and Sierra Nevada. Thanks

josephoneil at earthlink dot net

Joseph O'Neil

73 02 - Polaris - 2587250

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Thanks Scott for the Vicarious shots- Just did not work out for me this year.

Can you please try to find out the itinerary for the 2000 mile BMW vintage

rally. Me and some of the NK guys would like to hook up with them along the

way. Specifically try to find out their route and dates after Eureka.

Curious to know if they are going over 36 or 299 and up into the Cascades

and Sierra Nevada. Thanks

josephoneil at earthlink dot net

Their site doesn't specifically list the route http://www.bmwvccca.com/ probably because everyone paid a lot to go on this trip ($7200 a couple) you could probably figure out the route, but they aren't saying much. It would be cool to join in with them for a leg or two. I see one car has already broken down in Scott's Valley. Barry seems to have more information in this thread http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,309898/

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So I'm finishing posting my pics to my site today. As I said, I take a huge quantity of pics from all around the track when I go to the Historics. There is a lot to sift through, but I try to catch every run group.

-=Scott=-

My Short Bus

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1971 2002 - "William Grover-Williams" - Track/Weekend Car VIN 2579197

1998 740iL E38 - "Blau" - Daily Driver

http://gallery.xfiler.com

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