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    Oil Cooled Heart Bullethead's Avatar
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    South Florida

    Exclamation Wheels Across the Pond Car Show

    Wheels Across The Pond

    Saturday April 20th, 2019 Carlin Park 750 A1A Jupiter FL 33477 12 noon to 5pm

    This is a fun show, sort of the end of season for vintage car enthusiasts in South Florida.

    Frank Kohnen is bringing his Karmann Ghia and I'm bringing my T34 Ghia. If enough Porsches register they create classes for each, i.e., 356, 911 and waterpumpers.
    Let's get some P-car representation on the field. Of course, if you own something British the organizers love you long time... hope to see you there!

    PS: This weekend is Brian Redman's Targa 66 event at PBIR. To be a part of the group Saturday February 23rd, please RSVP by emailing

    ESR # 1537

    '62 356S Notchback Hotrod
    '67 S Das Geburtstagsgeschenk
    '68 T Targa Sportomatic
    '70 914/6 GT

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    Senior Member Rico's Avatar
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    Mar 2005
    Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Going up as a spectator, but driving the 72.

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