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    Thread: Official notice and information for Bonelli GTG (Ten Forty) 2013

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      08-21-2013 11:59 PM #1


      Sunday November 10th, is the day all the 1974-1992 VWs (and all Corrados) meet up at Bonelli Park for the 10th time. We often have other parties, dinners and drives on Friday and Saturday.

      This year we expect to see over 100 pre 92 VWs!!!

      This link lets you see 2010's Bonelli GTG:
      https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...06485454255135



      Location and Park Details
      Bonelli Park
      120 Via Verde San Dimas, CA 91773
      Park information----> (909) 599-8411 (not event information)

      Daily Vehicle Entrance Fee $10.00 (fees of past years)
      RVs or Trailers $14.00
      DO NOT DRIVE OVER THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT.

      Start time is 8:am but most roll in between 9-10. You can arrive any time but most folks take off around 3:30 PM to drive long distances home.

      This is one of the largest old school water cooled VW gatherings in the USA west of the Mississippi. It is not a traditional car show so you don't need to worry if your car is not perfect. We all know how difficult it is to keep a 20 or 40 year old car running. It nice to see a large group of older VWs in one place. You can bring family members and have a cookout, hang out with some friends and make some new friends.

      This year marks the 10th Bonelli GTG and the 40 anniversary of Passat.

      "The spirit and tone of a gathering like this is very different from the later-model crowd and while most car shows are noisy and can often seem unfriendly, this particular group shares the passion of both restoring and modifying the cars that set the pattern for today’s models. Where most current shows tend to revolve around body kits and blow off valves, this group was more about keeping history alive and well."

      This event is centered around the San Dimas, Southern California area culminating on Sunday at Bonelli Park which is a scenic backdrop for the early water cooled faithfuls that dare to drive from far away to enjoy the cars and the crowd. Everyone is welcome to attend the Sunday gathering at Bonelli Park near the lake. If you enjoy the older cars or you just want to see your friends please attend but we ask that you park in the designated locations. All featured pre 1992 cars will park on the display side and all spectator vehicles (post 1992) are requested to park on the left side as you enter the parking lot.

      Most of the time the older CIS cars without airbags are shut out at GTGs and the owners of 70s and 80s cars don't want to attend GTGs because the chat is all about ECU flashing, turbos and 20" wheels. For several of the A1 and A2 folks Bonelli is the only GTG that they drive to (some work hard just to get the old car running). Our goal has always been to get some great pictures and possibly get them published someplace. Party like it is 1992.
      This is an example of the A1 chassis models that you will find in the display area:

      Scirocco MK1 1974-81 (German built by Karmann)
      Golf MK1 1974-83 Germany/ (City Golf SA 1978-08ish if you can find one)
      Rabbit US built April 1978-June 84
      Rabbit made in Mexico "Caribe" 1978-85
      Rabbit truck (June 79-July 83 US built) and then Caddy-92
      Jetta MK1 1980-84 (Production starts October, 1979)
      Cabriolet MK1 1980-93 (Production starts January, 1980)
      Scirocco Mk2 1982-92 (German built by Karmann)

      This is an example of the B1 chassis models that you will find in the display area:
      Dasher/ Audi Fox
      Quantum
      88-93 Passat

      This is an example of the A2 chassis models that you will find in the display area:
      85-92 Golf
      85-92 Golf GTT
      85-92 Jetta
      Corrado (all)



      Volkswagen introduced the Passat (Dasher in the US) in 1973. Initially four body types (Typ 32) were marketed, two- and four-door fastback sedans and three- and five door hatchbacks. Externally all four shared a design styled by the Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro. The name derives from the German word for trade wind (Passat), subsequently Volkswagen named most vehicles after prominent winds, including Golf (after the Gulf stream), Jetta (after Jet stream), and Scirocco (after Sirocco). This year we celebrate the 40 year old Passat.

      Some links to other forums:
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...3#post83006143
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...92-VW-and-Audi
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...3#post83037393
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...n-San-Dimas-CA
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...n-San-Dimas-CA
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...n-San-Dimas-CA
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...n-San-Dimas-CA




      FAQ: What is a Bonelli GTG display car?

      The way you can tell if your car is period correct for Bonelli is easy. If the body style was first produced in the 70's or 80s it is period correct!!! A1 MK1s and A2 MK2s were all first produced before 1990 but what about cars that were built later? All Corrados are OK because the first production was in 88 then available in the US in 1989/90. The B3 was first produced in 1988 as well and was available in 90 in the US. So ALL B3s (any year) are OK for display including the VR6. The last VW to be introduced in the 80's was the Taro in 89. Cars that were first produced from 1990-2013 (like the Vento, Golf III, MK5 GTI and EOS) are welcome to attend but we ask that they park in the extra lot.

      This chart may help you understand the production period of your car:



      We can now begin taking shirt reservations. The 2013 shirt design is under way.

      I still have lots of detailing to do. What I am showing so far is the layout just so you can see the general idea.



      This is how to get a collectible 2013 Bonelli GTG shirt.
      Reply to this post and add you name and shirt size to the list. You can not pre pay for a shirt. Bonelli GTG cannot ship your shirt to you. You must attend (or have a friend attend) Bonelli GTG to purchase your shirt. We only print a few extras shirts each year so having your name and shirt size on list will insure you get one. You can reserve more than one. We will make some children and ladies shirts on request. I try to keep the price reasonable every year but the price depends on the number of shirts that I make. The price will be no more than $20.00. Please remind your friends to place a pre order if they are interested.



      Last edited by Bonelli GTG; 11-07-2013 at 12:15 AM.
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      08-22-2013 12:07 AM #2
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      Quote Originally Posted by Black92EightValve View Post
      IN!!! But in which car... hmm, decisions...

      You'll be in a Mk4.
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      08-23-2013 06:45 PM #7
      I'm in, per usual. Either in a Mk6 or a Mk2 or a Mazda2... haha, one way or another.
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      08-27-2013 05:17 PM #8
      T-shirts t-shirts!!!!! I know it's waaayyy early still but that's the 1 souvenir I get out of Bonelli... Aside from the parking stub that I also keep

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      Quote Originally Posted by Chris16vRocco View Post
      You'll be in a Mk4.
      Hopefully not this year.. I'd like to bring my MkII GTI, I've never had that car out there, even though I've owned it for over 6 years now.. We'll have to see if it's full powertrain rebuild will be done by then. My 'rocco has been there many times, and yes, I know, I drove the MkIV last year
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      09-11-2013 12:15 AM #12
      anyway ill be able to purchase this years, and 2011's bonelli t-shirt this year? was short on cash last year

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      09-15-2013 11:37 PM #13


      Last edited by Bonelli GTG; 09-19-2013 at 11:34 AM.
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      09-21-2013 12:24 PM #14
      Well guys, I think I am actually gonna sit this one out. I MAY be able to get Saturday off to make the hike, but since neither of the cars will be as ready as I want them to be, and an event in Vegas being more feasible I think I'm gonna go that route. I will be there in spirit!
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    15. 09-22-2013 02:05 AM #15
      ^^We will miss you.

      It looks like it will be a great turnout. So far about 98 people are going to Bonelli GTG 2013 (1040).
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      09-22-2013 11:04 PM #16
      I made my hotel reservation last night.

      I'm bringing a friend in my car but he lives in Visalia, so I will be making a detour to pick him up on the way down to the area.

      Supposedly I will be caravanning with another friend who is bringing his mk2 GTI, it will be his first time to this event as well.

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      09-27-2013 09:23 PM #18
      In! Several of us from Vegas are coming down and will be camping Saturday night.

      P.S. Anyone got an early rado mechanical speedometer cable they wanna sell??

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      09-28-2013 04:19 PM #19
      I got the time off of work. Looks Like I'll be making the trek down there. I got Friday through Monday off, any other things planned for the weekend?
      Anyone want to share a Hotel Room?
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      09-29-2013 09:39 PM #20
      I'll try and get it scheduled off, but I'll have to fly in.
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      10-04-2013 05:34 PM #21
      excellent,



      see you in bonelli regards

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      Not in this year, but mark this in your books:
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      Cheers and GL for 2013!
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      Is there an official hotel this year?
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      10-07-2013 09:41 AM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by fredybender View Post
      Not in this year, but mark this in your books:
      2 peeps making a cross continent, dual contry trip, in Mk1 & mk2 roccos in 2014; more details to come...

      Cheers and GL for 2013!
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      I might have to join you for something like that!

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      Quote Originally Posted by TheTimob View Post
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      WOOT! Have booked my flight flying into Ontario on the 8th flying back to work, Feh! on Monday
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      I might have to join you for something like that!
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      The 1973 oil crisis started in October 1973, when the members of Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries or the OAPEC (consisting of the Arab members of OPEC, plus Egypt, Syria and Tunisia) proclaimed an oil embargo.
      In the Yom Kippur War of that year, Egypt and Syria, with the support of other Arab nations, launched a surprise attack on Israel on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar. Israel went on full nuclear alert, loading warheads into planes and long-range missiles. The United States chose to re-supply Israel with arms and in response, OAPEC decided to retaliate against the United States, announcing an oil embargo. It lasted until March 1974.
      With the Arab nations' actions seen as initiating the oil embargo and the long-term possibility of high oil prices, disrupted supply, and recession, a strong rift was created within NATO. Additionally, some European nations and Japan sought to disassociate themselves from the U.S. policy in the Middle East. Arab oil producers had also linked the end of the embargo with successful U.S. efforts to create peace in the Middle East, which complicated the situation. To address these developments, the Nixon Administration began parallel negotiations with both Arab oil producers to end the embargo, and with Egypt, Syria, and Israel to arrange an Israeli pull back from the Sinai and the Golan Heights after the Arabs withdrew from Israeli territory. By January 18, 1974, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger had negotiated an Israeli troop withdrawal from parts of the Sinai. The promise of a negotiated settlement between Israel and Syria was sufficient to convince Arab oil producers to lift the embargo in March 1974.

      Buyers looking for larger cars were increasingly drawn to medium sized hatchbacks that were virtually unknown in Europe in 1973, but by the end of the decade were gradually replacing saloons as the mainstay of this sector. Between 1973 and 1980, Medium sized hatchbacks were launched across Europe like the Ford Escort and Volkswagen Golf. These cars offered new standard of fuel economy, which were much needed in the aftermath of the oil crisis.
      The new cars launched in the wake of the oil crisis were considerably more economical. Their success continued into the 1980s and by the later part of the decade, some 15 years after the oil crisis, hatchbacks monopolized most European small and medium car markets, and had gained a substantial share of the large family car market.

      As in Western Europe, U.S. automakers were significantly impacted by the 1973 oil embargo and energy crisis. Before the energy crisis, large, heavy, and powerful cars were the standard in the United States. By 1971 the standard engine in a Chevrolet Caprice was a 400-cubic inch (6.5 liter) V8. The wheelbase of this car was 121.5 inches (3,090 mm), and Motor Trend's 1972 road test of the similar Chevrolet Impala logged no more than 15 miles per gallon on the highway.

      After the energy crisis, however, gasoline cost more and reduced the demand for large cars. Four cylinder engines were more fuel efficient in comparison to the typical V8. From Europe, the Volkswagen Passat / Dasher, the Beetle (soon to be replaced by the Golf / Rabbit), and the Volkswagen Fastback were gaining popularity. As buyers began exchanging large cars for the smaller imported ones, Detroit responded with the Ford Pinto, the Ford Maverick, the Chevrolet Vega, the Chevrolet Nova, the Plymouth Valliant, and the Plymouth Volaré.

      Federal safety standards, such as NHTSA Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 215 (pertaining to safety bumpers), and compacts like the 1974 Mustang II were a prelude to the DOT "downsize" revision of vehicle categories. By 1977, GM's full-sized cars reflected on 1973 oil crisis and preceded later DOT downsizing. By 1979, virtually all the big "full-size" American cars were "downsized", featuring smaller engines and smaller dimensions outside. Chrysler Corporation ended production of their full-sized luxury sedans at the end of the 1981 model year, moving instead to a full front wheel drive lineup for 1982 (except for the M-body Dodge Diplomat/Plymouth Gran Fury and Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue sedans).
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      10-12-2013 05:20 PM #29
      Room is booked. It a definite go for me. Trying to get some other people down form this area. We will see.
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      What hotel are you booked into? we can try and keep the rocco contingent in one place.
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      10-12-2013 08:47 PM #31
      Bonelli GTG in San Dimas, CA, Sunday, November 10, 2013
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      10-13-2013 01:01 PM #32
      Is there a T-shirt pre-order list yet?
      -Bryan

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      10-13-2013 02:05 PM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by ANSAracingb View Post
      Is there a T-shirt pre-order list yet?
      Not yet because the work on the shirt is just getting started. An announcement will be made soon.
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      10-13-2013 03:30 PM #34
      Quote Originally Posted by tmechanic View Post
      What hotel are you booked into? we can try and keep the rocco contingent in one place.
      Red Roof in San Dimas. They still had a few rooms at reasonable rates. I think the drag races are in town, that weekend also.
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      10-14-2013 03:05 PM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by tmechanic View Post
      What hotel are you booked into? we can try and keep the rocco contingent in one place.
      I usually stay at the Motel 6 off of Garey Ave and the 60 in Pomona. I know it's not the best of neighborhoods, but I've never had a problem, the rooms are clean, there's a car wash right across the street, and it only takes a few minutes to get to Bonelli park from there.
      Quote Originally Posted by sciroccohal View Post
      Hugely built 16v's are always 'nice'

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