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Topic: Kenosha Homecoming 2021
Posted By: gtoman_us
Subject: Kenosha Homecoming 2021
Date Posted: Sep/21/2020 at 9:23pm
July 27 (Tuesday) -July 31 (Saturday) 2021

http://www.kenoshahistorycenter.org/events.html" rel="nofollow - http://www.kenoshahistorycenter.org/events.html



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I used to collect trophies, more fun to collect gas receipts and put on miles.

1964 Rambler Ambassador Cross Country Wagon
1965 GTO
1931 Model A


1965 GTO

1931 Model A Ford

"Flat Roofs are Cool"



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Posted By: PROSTOCKTOM
Date Posted: Sep/21/2020 at 9:43pm
I'll be there. Smile

Tom


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1949 Ford Business Coupe
1969 AMC Rambler Rouge, Tube Chassis Race Car
1974 AMC Hornet Hatchback, Wally Booth Outlaw NPS Race Car Project
1980 Ford Fairmont Futura
1990 Ford F-350 Supercab Dually


Posted By: 6PakBee
Date Posted: Sep/21/2020 at 10:07pm
If the wife's second knee replacement works out we'll be there.

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Roger Gazur
1969 'B' Scheme SC/Rambler
1970 RWB 4-spd Machine
1970 Sonic Silver auto AMX

All project cars.

"Shotgunning works great for pheasants, not so great for electrical problems"



Posted By: amxdreamer
Date Posted: Sep/21/2020 at 10:44pm
Hopefully the border is open and things settle down with the civil unrest by then!

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Tony
Vancouver, BC
1970 AMX
1972 Ambassador
AMO#10333


Posted By: theamcguy
Date Posted: Sep/22/2020 at 10:28am
Anyone know if they will hold a drag racing event on Sunday 1 Aug?  

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Bill Strobel
Fayetteville, NC
1967 Rebel SST
1969 SC/Rambler
1972 Hornet Sportabout
1976 Matador Brougham
AMCRC. AMCWC, AMO, NAMDRA



Posted By: White70JavelinSST
Date Posted: Sep/22/2020 at 11:29am
Maybe there's some light at the end of the tunnel and this is it !

Kenosha 2021.

I'd love to attend.


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70 Javelin SST, second owner, purchased 1972


Posted By: theamcguy
Date Posted: Nov/06/2020 at 6:33am
I made reservations yesterday for this event.  Lots of rooms available and room rates have dropped quite a bit from the 2020 rates.  Now is the time to reserve your room. 


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Bill Strobel
Fayetteville, NC
1967 Rebel SST
1969 SC/Rambler
1972 Hornet Sportabout
1976 Matador Brougham
AMCRC. AMCWC, AMO, NAMDRA



Posted By: 72AMXJavProto
Date Posted: Nov/06/2020 at 10:03am
I should be moved back to WI from CA by then.  And hopefully have the 72 AMX Javelin pre-production back on the road to drive to the event.
Since 2021 is the 50th anniversary of Penske/Donahue winning the 1971 TransAm Championship for AMC, will there be any special acknowledgement of this at the event?  Might the #6 race car attend?  Perhaps members of the race team.
Will a TransAm reunion be held at Road America as was done 10 years ago?



Posted By: 6768rogues
Date Posted: Nov/06/2020 at 5:29pm
We cancelled the house we rented for 2020 and booked it for 2021.

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Posted By: amxdreamer
Date Posted: Nov/06/2020 at 10:13pm
Wonder what the rules are for street parking with a truck/camper and a car trailer?



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Tony
Vancouver, BC
1970 AMX
1972 Ambassador
AMO#10333


Posted By: bigbad69
Date Posted: Nov/08/2020 at 3:11pm
I had a room booked for 2020 and was able to cancel with no penalty. After this summer's events, I am seriously reconsidering re-booking for 2021 as Kenosha doesn't seem like a place I want to go to.

Yeah, it was uncommon, but has the city done anything to stop it from happening again? This event is essentially city sponsored; a tourism event. If they want tourists to go there, what assurances do I have, as a tourist, that it is safe? 


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My garage:
2018 300 5.7 - daily driver
2006 Sierra 4.8 - backup vehicle and sometimes hauler
1969 BBO Javelin 390 T10 - my neverending project


Posted By: 6768rogues
Date Posted: Nov/08/2020 at 4:13pm
Originally posted by bigbad69 bigbad69 wrote:

I had a room booked for 2020 and was able to cancel with no penalty. After this summer's events, I am seriously reconsidering re-booking for 2021 as Kenosha doesn't seem like a place I want to go to.

Yeah, it was uncommon, but has the city done anything to stop it from happening again? This event is essentially city sponsored; a tourism event. If they want tourists to go there, what assurances do I have, as a tourist, that it is safe? 
I would post a response but I can’t do it without involving politics.


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Posted By: turbo
Date Posted: Nov/08/2020 at 5:43pm
I don't blame you.  Kenosha will be tainted for a long time.  Good job local pandering politicians.  They ruined a nice town.  There, I did it for you.

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they call me Capt RETIRED!


Posted By: amxdreamer
Date Posted: Nov/08/2020 at 9:29pm
C'mon man, I'm sure they have a plan...LOL



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Tony
Vancouver, BC
1970 AMX
1972 Ambassador
AMO#10333


Posted By: PROSTOCKTOM
Date Posted: Nov/09/2020 at 7:09am
Originally posted by bigbad69 bigbad69 wrote:

I had a room booked for 2020 and was able to cancel with no penalty. After this summer's events, I am seriously reconsidering re-booking for 2021 as Kenosha doesn't seem like a place I want to go to.

Yeah, it was uncommon, but has the city done anything to stop it from happening again? This event is essentially city sponsored; a tourism event. If they want tourists to go there, what assurances do I have, as a tourist, that it is safe? 
I personally think you're being over critical of Kenosha and what will be 8 months from now. The people that caused all the problems in Kenosha were not from Kenosha. They came to town like they have all over the country just to see how big of a mess they can make and really don't care anything about what or who they destroyed. 

If you're worried and want assurances in life you should most definitely just stay home. All you have to do is turn on the news every evening and see what happens at Walmarts, Starbucks, McDonalds, and thousands of other places a year. There is no guarantee that something crazy won't happen at anytime or place in the World today.

Unfortunately Kenosha just happened to be the place that it happened to just like it has and will happen in other locations. So to reduce all possible chances of anything happening at anytime or place  just do nothing. Staying home might be the safest bet for you. Oh wait, I read in the news a few weeks ago about a couple that both got killed while sleeping in bed when a tree fell over there bedroom and crushed them to death.

I for one plan to live life and not let those who wish to cause trouble and destroy win. You're not made to live a 1000 years, so go enjoy life while you still can. Kenosha will be fine in July and I'll be there just like I was this year. Besure to stop by Captain Mike's or The Puzzle Bar for a refreshing beverage.

Tom


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1949 Ford Business Coupe
1969 AMC Rambler Rouge, Tube Chassis Race Car
1974 AMC Hornet Hatchback, Wally Booth Outlaw NPS Race Car Project
1980 Ford Fairmont Futura
1990 Ford F-350 Supercab Dually


Posted By: White70JavelinSST
Date Posted: Nov/09/2020 at 8:25am
What Tom said, except I probably won't be there in 2021.

I cannot tolerate the White70 having to sit outside unattended while I sleep inside.

I suppose I could sleep in the back seat, (used to do that back int he 70s)

but then if it starts raining or something.... to me it's just not worth the risk.

Now, if I could only afford a trailer and tow vehicle...


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70 Javelin SST, second owner, purchased 1972


Posted By: mramc
Date Posted: Nov/09/2020 at 1:30pm
Most of the Hotels in the Kenosha area are at what is refereed to as cross roads , the intersection of I-94  and Wisconsin state highway 50, all about 6.8 plus or minus miles from the center of Kenosha , where the meet is going to be held. The only major hotel in down town Kenosha is now a Wyndham Garden Hotel ( called Lakefront by long timers) , which has been under just about every major hotel chain at one time or another. Looks like Lakefront got a upgrade redo . It's been a dump , far as I was concerned , the walls are thin, and there are no fixes for that. Yes, it's close, but I'd never stay there even if the fixed up the place. They used to use it was the local college as dorm rooms if that tells you any thing. As for Kenosha like most places you just drive threw the rest of it. So, I really do not foresee any problem by summer. LRDaum


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LRDaum


Posted By: PROSTOCKTOM
Date Posted: Nov/09/2020 at 2:02pm
Originally posted by mramc mramc wrote:

The only major hotel in down town Kenosha is now a Wyndham Garden Hotel ( called Lakefront by long timers) , which has been under just about every major hotel chain at one time or another. Looks like Lakefront got a upgrade redo . It's been a dump , far as I was concerned , the walls are thin, and there are no fixes for that. Yes, it's close, but I'd never stay there even if the fixed up the place. 
You are 100% correct about this hotel. We spent 3 nights there this past July and for $200 a night it's a dump. I am not sure about the redo, but in my opinion it needs another one. The walls are paper thin and lot of noise from the hallway. Only good thing about staying there is you're across the street from Captain Mike's and a half dozen other places to eat are within walking distance. I am looking to rent an Air-B&B the next July.

Tom


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1949 Ford Business Coupe
1969 AMC Rambler Rouge, Tube Chassis Race Car
1974 AMC Hornet Hatchback, Wally Booth Outlaw NPS Race Car Project
1980 Ford Fairmont Futura
1990 Ford F-350 Supercab Dually


Posted By: White70JavelinSST
Date Posted: Nov/10/2020 at 8:34am
I've never been to Kenosha.

Is there any chance that a condo or house with a garage could be rented?




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70 Javelin SST, second owner, purchased 1972


Posted By: Steve_P
Date Posted: Nov/10/2020 at 9:16am
It's been many years, but the only time I went to the Kenosha show we stayed in Racine per the hotel's address. But it seemed like we were still in Kenosha. I think it was about 8 miles north of the park where the show is held. There are a lot of newer options there and it's much cheaper than the lakefront hotel.

Pro Stock Tom's first post is dead on IMO. Just because lightning strikes the earth do you never leave home? Because you could get hit; it's possible.



Posted By: bcsideshow
Date Posted: Nov/10/2020 at 2:27pm
Most of our hotels are on the I-94 corridor.  About 10 minutes from the lakefront where the show will be. The hotel on the lake has recently been bought and refurbished by the Wyndham.  I know of people who have stayed there and been happy.  Its still not great.  You are staying there for location.  We also have two new boutique hotels downtown kenosha.  https://stellahotel.com/. " rel="nofollow - https://stellahotel.com/.  ; And  https://www.attheapis.com/" rel="nofollow - https://www.attheapis.com/ .




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1969 SCRambler "B" scheme
1970 AMX 390 Auto
1968 AMX 390 Auto
1969 AMX 390 4SPD Project
1969 AMX 390 Auto Project
1969 Javelin 390 project
1997 Cherokee 2" lift


Posted By: mramc
Date Posted: Nov/10/2020 at 5:14pm
I have no doubt that assuming every thing is reasonably back to normal by July all the hotels from Racine,Wisconsin to Gurnee,Illinois will be filled up. Kenosha is not that big and some where around 10 K people show up for the meet, many from all over the world too.  Particularly if as they some times have a bicycle race in Kenosha on the same weekend . Also you want to come early for the garage sales. Seems the factory workers took home spare parts from work. Kenosha is the only place you can go to garage sales for AMC parts. Some peoples old garages look like an AMC dealership parts department ! LRDaum


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LRDaum


Posted By: tomj
Date Posted: Nov/10/2020 at 10:42pm
I'm considering going. I haven't been to Kenosha since 1974! Lol, drove through on my way to Bremerton WA, from Falmouth Mass, on my first ever road trip. Intentionally, because AMC. I think that makes me a lifer hardcore AMC fan. In a 62 Ambo 400. I bought a beer in a bar (underage) on some main road that terminated at a little park on the lake. Drove under the AMC bridge over the road. I took photos then, they seem long-lost....

If the hotel won't harm me I generally don't care about the hotel if it's got a survivable bed and hot water and one clean towel. I'm rarely there for more than s**t/shower/shave/sleep. I don't own cars that I worry too much about, they all lock and have one tricky kill switch somewhere, and besides, no one under 60 can drive a column manual, built-in anti-theft. Though I'd likely take the roadster, the stupidest choice given the terrain and weather between here (Los Angeles) and there.

There is no, never was, such a thing as "normal", and so we're not going back to it. We're going forward, and 2021 is likely to be deep-weird. I've long since learned to embrace it and find phun in the interstices.

We're automatically not-normal driving AMCs and Ramblers.



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1961 roadster american, 195.6 OHV, T5
1968 american, 199ci, T14
AMC pages: http://www.sr-ix.com/AMC/



Posted By: FleetMaster
Date Posted: Nov/11/2020 at 11:59am
Hey now, just crossed into my 50'S, and learned first stick shift as three on the tree, worn box, tired synchros, Grandfather taught me how to drive.
You are right, though, stick shift great theft deterent, three on tree even better.  Add manual choke and almost no need for a kill switch.


Posted By: Bruce Clarkson
Date Posted: Nov/13/2020 at 6:47am
My wife and I are looking forward to being there.  Probably bring our new-to-us '68 Ambassador DPL wagon.  If not, the '67 990 hardtop.  

Looking forward to meeting lots of new and old friends.

Bruce Clarkson


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Bruce Clarkson


Posted By: gtoman_us
Date Posted: Nov/13/2020 at 4:49pm
My Hotel reservations have been booked at the Springhill Suites. 

Still rooms available at the Country Inn and Suites.

Interesting last year before the COVID forced cancellation the town was almost sold out by now.


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I used to collect trophies, more fun to collect gas receipts and put on miles.

1964 Rambler Ambassador Cross Country Wagon
1965 GTO
1931 Model A


1965 GTO

1931 Model A Ford

"Flat Roofs are Cool"


Posted By: 6768rogues
Date Posted: Nov/13/2020 at 7:43pm
I am planning to have my 66 American convertible 4.0/AX15 done for Kenosha. 

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Posted By: amxdreamer
Date Posted: Nov/13/2020 at 10:50pm
I still don't know if the border will be open and hotels have been known for not giving refunds! I'm hoping there is street parking for a truck/camper, trailer combo near the hotel area in Racine!



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Tony
Vancouver, BC
1970 AMX
1972 Ambassador
AMO#10333


Posted By: bcsideshow
Date Posted: Nov/14/2020 at 8:50am
Here is some info on the area:

Hotels: 

My first choice would probably be the Wyndham by the lake.  Not the greatest but right down  by the show and walking distance to a lot of bars and restaurants. 1-2 minutes from show.

If my wife were going I would probably go with the Double tree (probably nicest in the area) or fairfield Inn (new) on 165 and I94 as they are right across from the Outlet Mall.  About 15 minutes from show

The Country Inn, Comfort Inn, Best western, and Hampton Inn on I94 and HWY 50 are the most popular.  Easy access, bars and restaurants.  a lot of guys hang out in the parking lots as it will be full of fellow AMC's.  About 10 minutes from show.  THere is also a Super 8 on the east side of I94.

Candlewood and holiday inn express are also on HWY 50 near I94.  popular for business travel.  Also close to bars and restaurants and shopping.  Close to the above off of I94.  About 10 minutes from show.

Bluebird, Red oak, and Bach-aire are all Budget motels on the lake.  The area is fine.  Near Surfer Joe's big AMC garage sale (assuming he is having it).

Happy Acres Kampground is the nearest camping area beside small spots at some parks About 25 minutes from show.(Sanders Park 10 minutes from show).    Not that far from the dragstrip.  There is also a Jellystone in Caledonia (northwest of show).

There are other options in Racine (one city North) and Gurnee (big mall and waterpark), Zion.  to the south.

Other things to do.  

Six Flags Amusement Park (Gurnee)
Harley Davidson museum (Milwaukee)
Lake Geneva (old town with shops west of Kenosha and mansions on a lake)
Volo auto museum.

Popular Kenosha Restaurants:
Waterfront warehouse
Franks Diner (breakfast downtown)
Capt. Mikes
TG's (best italian beef)
Boathouse

Bars with some AMC stuff:
Rutz Puzzle House (Great owner and fellow AMC owner)  Near downtown and the show and a place for the locals.
The Garage (across from where AMC used to be)

AMC friendly Mechanics hopefully no one needs:
Ricchio's (big AMC family and racers)
Auto Medix (great mechanic and AMC racer)
Oatsvall Transmission (American Pickers wish they found this place)
Alfano Performance (AMC storefront and AMC performance)

There are also two new boutique hotels downtown that i mentioned in prior post.

Any question on the area please ask.


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1969 SCRambler "B" scheme
1970 AMX 390 Auto
1968 AMX 390 Auto
1969 AMX 390 4SPD Project
1969 AMX 390 Auto Project
1969 Javelin 390 project
1997 Cherokee 2" lift


Posted By: PROSTOCKTOM
Date Posted: Nov/14/2020 at 6:48pm
I'll have to add that any trip to Kenosha should without question include breakfast at, The Coffee Pot on 7th Avenue (very close to the show)  http://www.kenoshacoffeepot.com/" rel="nofollow - http://www.kenoshacoffeepot.com/ , or as mentioned above the Kenosha landmark of Frank's Diner  http://www.franksdinerkenosha.com/" rel="nofollow - http://www.franksdinerkenosha.com/   Personally I usually eat at Frank's once for nostalgia and then eat a couple of meals at The Coffee Pot. What used to be a few day trip evolved into 3-4 days, and now it's to the point I like to just spend the entire week hanging out around town.

Tom 


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1949 Ford Business Coupe
1969 AMC Rambler Rouge, Tube Chassis Race Car
1974 AMC Hornet Hatchback, Wally Booth Outlaw NPS Race Car Project
1980 Ford Fairmont Futura
1990 Ford F-350 Supercab Dually


Posted By: 71SC360
Date Posted: Nov/14/2020 at 8:11pm
Sidewinder and I always ate breakfast at the Coffee Pot.


Posted By: mramc
Date Posted: Nov/16/2020 at 2:23pm
Is the DAKOTA ROSE steak house on Sheridan still a good family steak house? I've eaten there several times over years. LRDaum


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LRDaum


Posted By: bcsideshow
Date Posted: Nov/17/2020 at 9:18am
Originally posted by mramc mramc wrote:

Is the DAKOTA ROSE steak house on Sheridan still a good family steak house? I've eaten there several times over years. LRDaum

Great steakhouse but has been closed for a few year now.   I do know the family and the owner/chef is at some high end country club.




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1969 SCRambler "B" scheme
1970 AMX 390 Auto
1968 AMX 390 Auto
1969 AMX 390 4SPD Project
1969 AMX 390 Auto Project
1969 Javelin 390 project
1997 Cherokee 2" lift


Posted By: mramc
Date Posted: Nov/17/2020 at 11:34am
Thanks, Brian . I was wondering, maybe the Dakota Rose be back open for the Kenosha meet. LRDaum


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LRDaum


Posted By: ajzamc360
Date Posted: Dec/04/2020 at 10:51am
So, anyone know if we'll be doing any racing during homecoming? Id love to come, but gotta make the trip worth bringing the girls. Hate to trailer my 69 up for cruising the streets and come to find out i could've brought the ol Broke N $till $penin' Too out with me?


Posted By: mramc
Date Posted: Dec/04/2020 at 12:32pm
My best guess based on the last couple Kenosha's is a few of the died hard s will meet at Great Lakes drag strip on Sunday for some low key racing , while most people are leaving to go home. Always the way it is on a Sunday. Lot of people still work and have to be back at work Monday morning.

So, Sunday never worked out well. I always said if you want a real turn out for Kenosha week you do the drag racing either Wednesday or Thursday , as those are the days open in the afternoon and evening on that week when people are coming in but things are not quite in full swing yet.LRDaum


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LRDaum


Posted By: bcsideshow
Date Posted: Dec/04/2020 at 5:06pm
Hey Larry,
Someone must have been listening to you.  in 2017 there was drag racing on the Wednesday night before the show and on Sunday.  I would guess that will be the plan again.  I think Joe Bohaczek coordinated in 2017.  Sundays are tough like Larry states above.  My only reservation is the fear of breaking something and not have my car for big show.


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1969 SCRambler "B" scheme
1970 AMX 390 Auto
1968 AMX 390 Auto
1969 AMX 390 4SPD Project
1969 AMX 390 Auto Project
1969 Javelin 390 project
1997 Cherokee 2" lift


Posted By: amxdreamer
Date Posted: Dec/04/2020 at 9:15pm
They did that in 2014 also

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Tony
Vancouver, BC
1970 AMX
1972 Ambassador
AMO#10333


Posted By: theamcguy
Date Posted: Dec/05/2020 at 6:22am
I sure hope they include Sunday drag racing.  Would be nice to go out to the track. 


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Bill Strobel
Fayetteville, NC
1967 Rebel SST
1969 SC/Rambler
1972 Hornet Sportabout
1976 Matador Brougham
AMCRC. AMCWC, AMO, NAMDRA



Posted By: mramc
Date Posted: Dec/05/2020 at 4:02pm
I went on Sunday of the last day and it was a poor turn out only about 20 or 30 some cars and people. Most left Sunday morning. I flew in to Chicago and did not fly out until Monday , so I had time to kill. Wednesday or Thursday are more viable if the track is open or some puts out some money and rents the track. Cheaper to do on Thursday or Wednesday. I think the track is normally open on Wednesday night any way BUT you have to advertise the event. I'm not sure I even heard about Wednesday at the track last two times , until after the fact in 2017. After covid who knows what they do. I the Chicago accountants that bought the track from Broadway Bob Metzler are gone. My take on them was NOT good. And why NAMDRA moved to Cordova.    LRDaum


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LRDaum


Posted By: CamJam
Date Posted: Jan/01/2021 at 3:46pm
Really looking forward to hitting the road by then as I'm going a little stir crazy here.  I've made the last two Kenosha shows and would like to go again, even though I've sold my "show car".  I don't reckon I'll get kicked off the field for having a driver.  I'm planning to drive the Javelin to Colorado Springs but might just tow it to Kenosha as it's a good 3,500 miles round trip.  Hope to see y'all there.

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'72 Baja Bronze Javelin SST
'69 Big Bad Orange AMX (2018 Teague Heritage Award winner) SOLD
'70 Opel GT
'07 BMW 335i
'13 Ford Focus ST


Posted By: Bruce Clarkson
Date Posted: Jan/01/2021 at 8:37pm
Hey, they let me on with my '67 Ambassador driver.  And it was a good time.  Hopefully all us stir-crazy AMC drivers will be there.

Bruce Clarkson


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Bruce Clarkson


Posted By: Mopar_guy
Date Posted: Jan/01/2021 at 8:46pm
Originally posted by CamJam CamJam wrote:

Really looking forward to hitting the road by then as I'm going a little stir crazy here.  I've made the last two Kenosha shows and would like to go again, even though I've sold my "show car".  I don't reckon I'll get kicked off the field for having a driver.  I'm planning to drive the Javelin to Colorado Springs but might just tow it to Kenosha as it's a good 3,500 miles round trip.  Hope to see y'all there.

TOW IT??!! Ouch Oh come on, live life and drive it Cam. You won't regret it! I've done 4,600 miles on one road trip in my Javelin and it was awesome. Big smile


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Posted By: CamJam
Date Posted: Jan/01/2021 at 10:12pm
Originally posted by Mopar_guy Mopar_guy wrote:


TOW IT??!! Ouch Oh come on, live life and drive it Cam. You won't regret it! I've done 4,600 miles on one road trip in my Javelin and it was awesome. Big smile

Ha! Well we'll see how I feel after the Colorado Springs adventure.  I was planning to drive to both last year but I'm old now.  Dead  Also, if I drive my truck I'll have room for some parts I could sell at the swap meet. Thumbs Up


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'72 Baja Bronze Javelin SST
'69 Big Bad Orange AMX (2018 Teague Heritage Award winner) SOLD
'70 Opel GT
'07 BMW 335i
'13 Ford Focus ST


Posted By: mramc
Date Posted: Jan/01/2021 at 11:27pm
Cam I've seen your cars, and you got a high standard. Your drive Javelin, which I've seen is better then half the show cars at an AMC meet. LRDaum


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LRDaum


Posted By: JERSEYJOE
Date Posted: Jan/04/2021 at 9:47am

I plan on attending with my hopefully finished Project car AMX.



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1985 J-20 PLOW TRUCK
1977 CJ 7 360 T-18 D 300
1970 AMX ex-SCCA car


SPEED COSTS MONEY HOW FAST DO YOU WANT TO GO?



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