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As many of you already know, the 2019 Alfa Romeo Owner’s Club National Convention, the CORTILE DELLA CORSA, is being held near Pittsburgh, PA later this month. Here is a link: https://www.threeriversalfisti.org/
Held along with the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, where Alfa Romeo will be the honored marquee, this year’s convention should be over the top fantastic!
On Thursday, July 18th, the day of the Time Trials (and other events!) there will be an ONLINE FORUMS MEMBER MEET-UP at 7pm at the Double Wide Grille. The meet-up will begin just after the Euro Compulsion Tech Session, being held from 6pm-7pm. The ONLINE FORUMS MEMBER MEET UP is going to be posted (by me) on the alfabb, giuliaforums, stelvioforums, and 4c-forums sites. All are welcome!
The threeriversalfisti site has all of the Convention details listed under the Cortile Della Corsa tab. I hope to see you there!
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Looking forward to it.

My wife has already started "practice packing".
last convention we took our 86 Spider, we had plenty of room for our luggage.
This time we are taking the 4C, not much room... need to get creative.
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Looking forward to it.

My wife has already started "practice packing".
last convention we took our 86 Spider, we had plenty of room for our luggage.
This time we are taking the 4C, not much room... need to get creative.
The last Convention that I attended was in Detroit - Pontiac, Michigan, a few years ago. We too drove our 86 Spider. With a few stops it was 8-9 hours, I seem to remember. Top down the whole way there, and back!

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Update. The Sunday "Spica" Tech Session has been cancelled. All other information is still correct, as far as I know.

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Looking forward to it as well. Haven’t seen the Curmudgeon from the Cape in a while.
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Update. The Sunday "Spica" Tech Session has been cancelled. All other information is still correct, as far as I know.
That is correct. There are two Tech Sessions and both are on Thursday July 18, 2019

12:30pm - 1:30pm at Pitt Race Track Timing & Scoring Tower: "Transmission Theory and Rebuilding 105 & 115 & Transaxle Cars".
6:00pm - 7:00pm - Doublewide Grille's' parking lot "Tuning the 4C, Giulia, and Stelvio"
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Sounds great, I will bring a few cases of
Peroni and the transaxle jig for the tech session.sorry if pic is cocked.
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@olioyid, way cool transaxle jig! But, I just read a post on the 4C Forum that JoeCab from Centerline cancelled the gearbox tech session at the track. Apparently his presenter sustained an injury and is unable to attend.
Everyone, may I suggest that we (Alfa gearbox rebuilders) NOT change our plans, and gather and share our collective wisdom concerning gearbox repairs and rebuilding. Hope to see you there!

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