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Philadelphi/NY/DC Fall vintage rally


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Hello 2002 owners!

I am the vintage chair for the Philadelphia region BMWCCA. We are having our semi-annual Fall vintage rally with a drive to the beach. This year we are hoping to increase our 2002 participation for those of you who live in the DC/Baltimore/Philly/New York corridor!!

The event is Sat. 11/1 at 10am and we are meeting right outside of the Trenton, NJ. area which is within a two hour drive for most of you who live in these cities. BMW Mobile Traditions is the official spnosor. The details are at:

http://www.delvalbmwcca.org/vintagerally.php

For photos of last years Fall Rally (even in rain we still had 15 cars show up) I have another post for all of you to enjoy:

http://www.e9coupe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2290

If you have any questions, please email me at blanc8@gmail.com

I hope to see many of who live in the area at the rally!

Regards,

Jonathan- Vintage Chair- DelVal BMWCCA

'73 3.0 CSi

'97 528i

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