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    Must be working fine now because I got mine ordered no problem or waiting.
    72S, 72T now ST

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    Same here…no issues. Completed transaction at 3pm PT.

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    What do you use for a search term on Tix.com?
    Every term comes up blank

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    Go to PCA.org there's a link.
    72S, 72T now ST

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    Laguna seca track says tickets go on sale September 28. You can buy them early on Tix.com?
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    2. '70 911S Tangerine
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    If you are a PCA member, you got an email with a link and you just enter the code that PCA provides to get access. If you don’t have these things you have to wait until tickets open up at laguna seca
    looking for 1972 911t motor XR584, S/N 6121622

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    I assume Early 911S registry will have passes so we can park in the race track area like last time.
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    2. '70 911S Tangerine
    3. '68 911L Euro Ossi Blue

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    I assume Early 911S registry will have passes so we can park in the race track area like last time.
    In '15 and '18 we generated 'hang tags' for the hotel parking and corral parking for those who registered for our banquette...

    You still needed the PCA parking pass.... The folks who parked you, still parked you in spaces first come first served...

    As far as I know the ESR is not going to do a hotel or banquette for next year.... Sorry
    Chuck Miller
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    I had the same issues but after 1.5 hours I was able to get corral tickets.

    In other news, hey everybody. Long time no talk.

    I was wondering whether the Early S Registry would have an event of their own, sorry to hear that's not the case but I'm sure I'll see lots of you there anyway.

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    Welcome back Max !!!!
    Chuck Miller
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    '73S cpe #1099 - Matched # 2.7/9.5 RS spec rebuild
    '67 Malibu 327 spt cpe - Period 350 Rebuild

    ’98 Chevy S-10 – Utility
    ’15 GTI – Commuter

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