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    2020 Euro Early911sreg gathering?

    Hi I am just thinking out loud.
    Should we try to put something together next fall?
    If yes what type of event?
    I have something like a "Sternfahrt" in mind - perhaps with a little less of planning overhead compared to 2017 but am pretty much open to any idea that is feasible.
    When we're 10-15 cars we can probably have it on a "everybody pays his own bill and books his own bed" strategy making it easy for the organizers having only to take care of lunch dinner and route.
    How about meeting
    a.) in the swiss/french alps
    b.) austrian/italian alps
    c.) south of munich north of austria
    d.) alsace / black forest
    e.) Odenwald Germany
    f.) Allgäu/Bavaria/Swabian Alb
    having 2-3 days of driving togther.
    I'd like to have stints of 170-250km / day
    The travel to the meeting point could also be done in groups similar to Monte carlo. Meet at a couple of places across europe and drive from there to the venue.
    When everybody books his own Hotel the evenings should be at some larger citys - not my cup of tea but it makes organization easier.
    I have planned my 6.000 km Goodwood trip this year with Scenic app (which is available for android and ios) on an ipad and it is really the first app that works for me - so I would save the hassle of doing a printed Roadbook the app will do well enough.

    I am also open to other locations but c-f would be easiest for me to organize.

    As I travel to goodwod revival next year anyway this might be a target too. On the way to there is germany luxembourg, belgium, france and england. However finding acommodation in Goodwood is already difficult for revival 2020.

    Let me hear what you think.

    Cheers
    Uli

    (PS: if I commit - it happens)
    Last edited by uai; 10-02-2019 at 01:46 PM.

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    I'm in, option b) my favorite
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    I´m in.

    A,B or D

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    Sounds interesting....

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    Sounds very interesting. I will not have a drivable longhood at that moment. If C3.o is accepted...

    All options are OK.
    Last edited by Adore911; 10-03-2019 at 03:48 AM.

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    I'm also interested, ption B or D

    Regards from Belgium
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adore911 View Post
    I will not have a drivable longhood at that moment.
    Me neither... I don't have a problem with watercooled or even non Porsche. It's a meeting among like minded.
    And also there might be the possibility of sombody looking for a Co-Pilot. As long as we're not mixing in modern supercars with no ground clearance it should not be a problem.

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    Hi Uli!

    Great idea - every possibility looks tempting.

    In the Allgäu - region i can provide some help & support .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adore911 View Post
    Sounds very interesting. I will not have a drivable longhood at that moment. If C3.o is accepted...

    All options are OK.
    I might also come with a C3 ... depending on the option chosen ...
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    I keep a registry of 1972 and 1973 2.4 S coupé chassis. Infos always welcome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by uai View Post
    . As long as we're not mixing in modern supercars with no ground clearance ...
    also my 2.4S is very low
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