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Old school Japanese car show in Yonkers, NY
Posted 04 October 2010 - 10:28 AM
Here's a glimpse of what the show was about.
NY Rollaz's first annual Old School Car Show was held at the Empire City Casino, Yonkers Raceway. All-Japanese car shows used to be only on the West coast [where most of the old Japanese survivor cars are] but that is changing. There are some great cars in the northeast too, and here is a sprinkling of them.
This was the ONLY Honda in the show. Where are all of the old Hondas I asked? One guy said "the kids tore them all up!"
More pics can be found HERE.
Congratulations to the NY Rollaz club as they held a very well organized and fun event.
Are there any members here that live in the northeast and have driveable old shool Subies?
Posted 04 October 2010 - 03:41 PM
They had a bigger show [300 cars I'm told] in CT two weekends ago. I wasn't aware of that one, but will try to keep you guys informed in the future. Bridgeport is in CT yes?
Posted 05 October 2010 - 06:16 AM
We were ready to go to a Japanese motorcycle show in Mass. a couple weeks ago too , but we backed out at the last minute. I'm sorry I ever got rid of my Bridgestone 175 DT. Would love to have a small collection of vintage Hondas and Yamahas ... and a Bridgestone or two.
Mike , thanks for keeping us posted - well ,not so much this time , but please keep 'em coming. I swear if we get a truely cold winter I really want to get to the Ice Races ... which freaks out my wife something terrible.
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