people still got to waterfest?
Vendors do, but everyone last year said it was a much better show and atmosphere than last year. Which was a bit surprising. Stop by the booth and say hi or to get a deal on ST coils or Tarmacs or 15" Snowflakes.
Why not go?
Cruise down Saturday-Sunday morning.
Walk around for a few hours, Watch some races if they have them going on the day you go down.
On your way home stop in NYC and get some pizza.
I don't know it just seems like a better way to spend a weekend then sitting at home watching t.v. or working.
Check Engine :huh:
I go for the weekend, friday-sunday, and hang out with friends.
Waterfest is 100+ degrees out on the pavement, walking around for more than 1 hour is terrible.
NEVER drive a lowered vehicle through the city.
Not sitting home, just no plans on actually going through the show for an extended period.
I don't disagree with you one bit. I think partying all weekend in Englishtown would be a great time and the car show would just be a added bonus. Unfortunately my friends aren't that into partying anymore or can't afford to do it so the best thing I can do is plan day trip and a cruise with some CT locals.
I appreciate the advice about NYC, Luckily my car isn't low enough I need to worry about the road condition beyond being cautious about big bumps and large pot holes. Thanks again for the heads up and I hope you enjoy your time if you do go down this year
Check Engine :huh:
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Ive been a forum member longer then most the idiots posting have had their drivers license
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Hey guys, I just saw this thread lol, but I'm in need of a VAG if anyone has one... I need to pass emission on my 04 R and the readiness isn't set. I've tried driving it (only 100 miles) but 4 still aren't set. I actually live really close to the pike too, so maybe i'll show up at the DnD at 8 on wednesday