Last edited by pickles and mayo; 04-05-2013 at 10:54 AM.
Stealing the second post for more info, in case I need it.
Garden State Euros is ready to roll (as soon as our cars defrost).
Can you please update our club listing with this hyperlink?
Started updating the first post with more info. If you are a club/vendor not yet listed on the "confirmed" side of the lists, PM me and I'll add/move you.
Expect more updates on the progress of show organization now that the holidays are over.
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Anyway that you guys can control the amount of non euro coming into the show? It was borderline ridiculous how many non euros showed up last year. And I have no desire to see that at this show.
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1. The park will not allow us to deny access to anyone - it's still a public park. It's a government thing and they allow us to hold this ridiculously huge show there, so I'm not going to contest that rule.
2. Some Euro fans have non-euro's for a daily. Even I was looking at Jeeps for a winter car. I still went for an A4 Quattro, but I at least considered a non-euro.
3. The spirit of the show is laid back - anyone and everyone is welcome, as long as you like European cars or at least understand that it's a Euro show. No one has caused any issues in the past, and if you dislike non-euro's, just point and laugh and walk on by and look at the rest of the 1000 Euro cars.