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National Capital Chapter BMWCCA Chapterfest tomorrow


BillWilliams

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Registration is closed for Chapterfest but you can still show up tomorrow at Bowie, MD, for the event.

The weather seems to be perfect for a day with over 244 other BMW fans. It is a day of autocross, show-n-shine and just hanging out.

Red, Hot and Blue will be there with food.

Hope to see some of you there. If there seems to be significant interest tomorrow, we may plan a fall outing of some kind for the vintage/classic crowd.

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August 23, ChapterFest

Baysox Stadium, Bowie MD

2008 ChapterFest Information & Registration

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Bowie Baysox Stadium

Bowie, MD 20716

Plan to attend our 2008 ChapterFest! Both member and non-members are invited to attend. Scheduled activities include:

* Food catered by Red, Hot & Blue. Beverages will also be provided.

* ChapterFest T-Shirts for everyone who registers and pays online.

* Autocross, including a special vintage class to highlight the cars of our past.

* Show & Shine with special relaxed judging rules. Awards will be given.

* Tours from various locations rallying to ChapterFest. Details to be announced soon.

* Swap meet to give new life to unused bimmer items.

Show & Shine Information:

Schedule:

8:00AM - 10:00AM: Show & Shine Participants Check-In

10:30AM - 12:00PM: People's Choice Judging

12:30PM - 1:00PM: Show & Shine Awards Presented

All judging will be people's choice! Ballots will be given to all attendees upon arrival.

A winner will be chosen for the following categories:

Vintage car (1983 and older) I most want to drive.

Vintage car (1983 and older) with most character.

Vintage car (1983 and older) with most passionate owner.

Current car (1984 and newer) I most want to drive.

Current car (1984 and newer) with most character.

Current car (1984 and newer) with most passionate owner.

"90% of your carb problems are in the ignition, Mike."

1972 2000tii Touring #3422489

1972 2002tii with A4 system #2761680

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Bill, I have received requests offline from both John McW and Max Q-Tip (Jonathan) to attend, but I simply have too much to do, and not enough time in which to do it. Please count my absentee ballot, however, as a strong positive vote for your suggestion to do something vintage. That's an excellent idea.

Y'all have fun tomorrow - wish I could be there, but with all the things on my plate, it would be totally irresponsible of me to blow them off. Take lots of pictures, please.

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I'll be there but without my tii - the engine is still apart. I've got some interesting news after visiting J&F's machine shop.

Looking forward to seeing everyone in the AM. Hope they let me in the gate with my DD Honda.

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Riviera 69 2002 built 5/30/69 "Oscar"

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