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    might be time to visit the mangalitsas again Yale
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    I hope your car is not half sheep and half pig
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    Hey Jussy,

    Send me a PM. I am your man here to help!! I answered you in the other post.

    Hey Yale, still waiting to meet up and I pass through SoHo daily. On my Bike mostly in Manhattan but a Coffee would be nice soon!
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    I'd love to do a drive anytime, but you'll need to email me, I'm not online here much anymore.

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    This is precisely what saddens me!!!!!

    No new thread.

    Nothing planned in NY

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    there use to be a periodic gathering @ McSorley's but not a drive -
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    for New York Area people...

    Last weekend there was this event, which included an optional 60 mile tour through some very nice backroads. Go to their website to get on the list for the next event in September. A few nice Porsches were involved.

    http://www.thehour.com/news/westport...9411960fe.html

    http://concoursdcaffeine.com/index.html

    Next weekend is the Greenwich Concours (Porsches on Sunday)

    http://www.greenwichconcours.com/

    Also the PCA Club Race at Watkins Glen - have you visited the International Motor Racing Research Center?

    http://racingarchives.org/

    June 6 is the Ramapo Concours

    http://www.ramapoconcours.com/

    When was the last time you were at the Saratoga Automobile Museum?

    http://www.saratogaautomuseum.org/

    Each of these could be part of a great drive in an early Porsche...

    Its there for us if we look. Enjoy!
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    The Connecticut Valley Region PCA has some coffee runs which are usually okay. Usually start in Stamford, to various places.....

    The schedule for this year......

    http://www.cvrpca.org/docs/2015CVRCoffeeRuns.pdf
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    Yeah, once again, there really are tons on things going on, but the repeated posting on here about nothing going on is not the way to actually build a community of people who want to drive around with you. Just start actually contacting people and invite them on a drive. Did you ever contact Steve Var for instance?
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    If you're ready to do 90% of the work you could organize a meet for early owners somewhere. If enough people show up, you could make it a recurring event.
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