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End of Season car shows

It won't be long before our Alfa's will be under cover - you don't drive yours after sand and salt has been put on the roads, do you . Here are a couple of events you might want to consider before cabin fever sets in

No affiliation to either event - this means I don't know if they are any good

This week it's the Bridgehampton Concours on Sunday - now as long as it doesn't rain.

October 15, Riverhead. You Are Cordially Invited To Eastern Long Island To Attend The Peconic Bay Region Antique Automobile Club Of Americas Hallockville Farm Meet, Hallockville Farm Museum, Sound Avenue, 9AM-5PM, Rain Date October 22nd, Motor Vehicles 25 Years And Older, 50 Trophy Classes, Regional Judging, Dash Plaques To First 200 Vehicles, Show Car Registration Closes At 11AM, No Vehicles For Sale On Judging Field, Picnic Area, Food And Refreshments, Auto Related Vendors $25, Car Corral $25, Spectator Admission $5, Children Under 12 With Parent Free, No Street Rods Or Customized Cars, All Registration Fees Include Show Vehicle, Driver And 1 Passenger, Pre-Registration $10, Pre-Registration 1942 And Older Free, All Registrations At The Gate $15, Tourism And Accomodations Info: (631) 298-5757, Hallockville Farm Info: (631) 298-5292, Meet Info: (631) 981-9375 7-10PM, [email protected]

October 21-22, St. James. Long Island Cars "Best Cars On Long Island" Car Show And Swap Meet, Flowerfield Grounds, Route 25A, LIE 62 N, Nicolls Road, Route 97, To End Make Left/West On Route 25A For 2 Miles, Flowerfield On Hagstrom Map, Hundreds Of Classic And Collectible Automobiles Including Show Cars From The 50s, 60s And 70s, 1 Of A Kind Custom Cars, Street Rods, Antiques, SUVs, Exotics, Muscle Cars And Imports Participate In This End Of The Season Event, Hundreds Of Vendors Will Be Well Stocked For Long Islands Largest Swap Meet, Where You Can Buy, Trade, Sell Or Swap All Kinds Of Older Parts, Literature And Accessories Necessary For The Auto Collector, There Is A Variety Of Cars For Sale In The Car Corral, Show Cars Receive A Commemorative Photo Plaque On Saturday And Compete In Classed Judging With Large Impressive Trophies On Sunday, Live Entertainment And Pumpkin Patch For The Kids, General Admission $8, Under 12 Years Are Free, Free Parking, Display Or Sell Your Show Car, Just Pay General Admission, Judged Cars And Vendors Can Register At The Gate 7AM-10AM Each Morning Of The Show, Info: Long Island Cars (631) 567-5898

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Thanks for posting the events Fred!
I'm up for Bridgehampton... unless it really comes down.
Are you going to any of the above?

Fred - Now: 1966 Giulia Super -1973 1600Z Zagato -1973 Giulia Super-1983 AlfaSud 1.5 - 1968 Fiat Dino Spider, 2012 Abarth. Then: 1971 Fiat 500L-1974 Fiat 500 Abarth replica-1972 GTV
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I'm not sure if the Bridgehampton event on Sunday was canceled. I did check out the rally/tour on Saturday and that looked great. I had lunch at the stop where the group ate.

I'm looking forward to any event as the season comes to a close. Hell, I'll even go to a "cars of France" show if the weather is nice. (The steering box on my Dino is from France)

The Giulia Super will not be here until the 20th of October. It arrives in Baltimore. I'll be driving it back from there during that week. Looking forward to the drive. Yes as soon as the snow lands, I'll be stripping that car for a total restoration.

Come to the an Alfa Breakfast during October and you see it in person before it's stripped.

One other Alfa event is a winery tour on October 21st. Hope you can come out for that.
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Fred - Now: 1966 Giulia Super -1973 1600Z Zagato -1973 Giulia Super-1983 AlfaSud 1.5 - 1968 Fiat Dino Spider, 2012 Abarth. Then: 1971 Fiat 500L-1974 Fiat 500 Abarth replica-1972 GTV

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