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Discussion in 'North Midwest - USA (ND, SD, MN, IA, WI, IL)' started by JohnnyRay, Sep 6, 2016.
10AM, September 18th. At The Lake Calhoun Executive Center, 3033 Excelsior Blvd, Minneapolis, MN.
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Sounds like fun. Just show up, or do you need to register?
Just show up. Italian cars are parked in the main lot...others in the back. There are some other nice cars that come as well...
I posted some more details for all... Ciao!
A special thanks to Dan for making this happen!
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I parked next to you Pantera guys.
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Say "hi" next time... ;-)
I meant to and certainly would have. It's hard to really get much time to walk around there. I never get to any of the food vendors and it gets to be a busy day. I parked by the Panteras purposely but never had time to look at them.
You parked right next to mine.
Enjoyed the show as always. Favorites were the Alfa 8C Zagato and my personal bucket list car - a Ferrari 275GTS. The preservation 166M was nice as well.
We left a bit early to get in some boating as well. Too nice of a day to spend it all in one place!
It seemed to break up earlier than usual this year. There was talk of taking a drive next Sunday but the weather forecast doesn't look good.
I showed up at about 3. Not many cars. Still people walking in hoping to see some cars.
Couldn't just park my car on such a beautiful day. We drove down to Lake City and back. Went to WOI for an hour, then drove to diner in Uptown. What a great day.
More pics here:
A Showcase of Passion - Wheels of Italy 2016 | Morrie's Heritage Car Connection | MHCC
Thanks! That's the longest held car in my small collection. My own "barn find" of sorts. Its all original other than required maintenance. I've had it for nearly thirty five years. Saw it when it was new as well. Purchased right here in Bloomington by someone who lived near me in Mendota Heights...