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bmw330pp
04-22-2005, 11:42 AM
Are there any L.A. Area caravans taking place? :dunno: If not, lets get one going! I'm in the Whittier/Pico rivera area. Anyone interested?

LordGop
04-22-2005, 11:46 AM
Are there any L.A. Area caravans taking place? :dunno: If not, lets get one going! I'm in the Whittier/Pico rivera area. Anyone interested?

Please forgive me if I come on strong hehe, but this has been posted for over a month :p
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=90302
go to that thread and follow the like for all the info and all the Socal caravan action.

The LA one can be found at this link.
http://gripspeed.com/caravan/la.htm

EDIT: spelling ownz me

bmw330pp
04-22-2005, 12:00 PM
Please forgive me if I come on strong hehe, but this has been posted for over a month :p
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=90302
go to that thread and follow the like for all the info and all the Socal caravan action.

The LA one can be found at this link.
http://gripspeed.com/caravan/la.htm

EDIT: spelling ownz me

Thanks, was just seeing if people wanted to meet closer than Balboa Park though.
I will probably end up going with you guys anyway.

LordGop
04-22-2005, 12:02 PM
I'm not sure exactly which way you are taking to the fest but if its via the 101N you going to pass right by the park come get in on the action, if you enjoy the whole caravan thing that is. :thumbup:

EDIT:sp

bmw330pp
04-22-2005, 12:05 PM
I'm not sure exactly which way you are taking to the fest but if its via the 101N you going to pass right by the park come get in on the action, if you enjoy the whole caravan thing that is. :thumbup:

EDIT:sp

Is there a charge to get into the fest? Sorry but its my first time and I'm try to figure out how much money i will need to take :dunno:

LordGop
04-22-2005, 12:11 PM
Is there a charge to get into the fest? Sorry but its my first time and I'm try to figure out how much money i will need to take :dunno:

Nope, No charge at all....the planners of the fest have made it very nice in this way that it is free for you to come and enjoy (thanks guys). Oh and I understand lunch is provided free again this year.

You should bring a full tank of gas, depending on where you are coming from that can vary in $

Bring snacks if you like...if you get there at the start of the fest you may have already been up for a few more hours then normally hehe.

Other then that Bring $ for raffle tickets there are some great prizes and any parts you would like to buy at the dealership =)

Any other spending cash for Misc, might be good to.

EDIT: Whoa I posted at 11:11am hehe

bmw330pp
04-22-2005, 12:14 PM
Nope, No charge at all....the planners of the fest have made it very nice in this way that it is free for you to come and enjoy (thanks guys). Oh and I understand lunch is provided free again this year.

You should bring a full tank of gas, depending on where you are coming from that can vary in $

Bring snacks if you like...if you get there at the start of the fest you may have already been up for a few more hours then normally hehe.

Other then that Bring $ for raffle tickets there are some great prizes and any parts you would like to buy at the dealership =)

Any other spending cash for Misc, might be good to.

Thanks a Lot. About the dealership parts........Will they be at a discounted price?

LordGop
04-22-2005, 12:16 PM
Thanks a Lot. About the dealership parts........Will they be at a discounted price?

On the back of the event program there is a 15% off on all Parts and Accessories bought at the event or on their website
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=95337

Be sure to get a program on the day of the event(no need to print out)