Tryin like hell to get my wheels on before wolfsgart!
The site says "No outside alcohol allowed on fairgrounds"
Is this for the show itself? or camping as well?
And is it like most shows where you have to say that to cover your asses, but red solo cups are encouraged?
Just figuring this out before I bring beer up to camp with and get ****ed.
[QUOTE=ABAinA1;78314143]pretty quiet in here for being 5 days away...who's excited???
Current: 95 240 w/ 302 | 96 BONE STOCK 240sx
Previous: 91 EA Cabby ABA: Sold | 1991 Audi 200 QTM: Sold | 2006 Mustang GT: Sold | 1991 Jetta GLI: Sold | Stage 3+ FrankenTurbo S4: Sold | And like 4 XJ Cherokees on 35s
i will be driving my golf R to the show, if your a vendor or booth and would like to display a Golf R in your booth. ill show mine. 4 door white, lightly modded with RAWRRRRR plate.
Currently polishing the lips of our new wheels in my living room. Coilovers come in on wednesday, all going on that night.
Beyond pumped for this weekend.
Oh, and stupid question, how far is Burlington OR restaurants/fastfood from the fairgrounds? The lady and I are camping all weekend, and really dont feel like bringing a grill and food. Easier to just blast to a McDs or something.
I might have to wash my car for this... we will see. Don't want to over do it.
For all those worried about space while camping, I took this shot on Friday night last year from the farthest corner of the field. Those bright lights in the distance are a Dropkick Murphy's concert at the same location. There is PLENTY of space and almost no organization regarding the camping (this is a good thing!)
I've camped both years so far and it's been better each time. Can't wait until this gets huge and there are hundreds of people camping out there.