Dede: Welcome Aboard to our site here you can post events and network with others. I am trying to keep it up to day as i find events thank's for adding your event. Could you add some more info. on the event. If i can be of any help just drop me a lime and i will help you out. Tell others about our site.
Welcome over to our website! Thank you for posting your event. While this event may be fairly well known, we will be pleased to help bring an even broader awareness. To help us, please get as many friends and participants as possible to RSVP on our site and this helps us in increasing rankings on Facebook and major search engines. Announce our site at the show itself and have your happy participants post photos and stories, this helps promote the next show, as well.
\ I am looking forward to some great photos (and maybe videos) of your Porsche, as well as some of the various vehicles you favor, and events you enjoy, too. Also, it is good to write about your "wheels" adventures on the blog, as we all enjoy stories from our members.
One of the real strengths of our website is the feature that any member can add events whenever they find one that we have overlooked! You do not have to "submit" through emails or the postal service, etc.
Please invite your family and friends as this helps the site grow and improves your social network communications. If I can help at all with any of your projects, call me at 770-883-0160.
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1964 Citroen DS19 Décapotable
Beautifully restored and comprehensively upgraded, this 1964 Citroen DS19 Décapotable offers much more than initially meets the eye. Finished in a gorgeous shade of metallic indigo blue with a blue canvas roof and tan leather interior. Lifting the bonnet reveals a comprehensively built, turbocharged, fuel-injected 2.5-liter engine adapted
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Restoration occurred around 2004,
while the car was in Europe. The
project is documented with a series of photographs, and copies of ownership
papers place the car in Holland
in 2006. In 2011, the Citroen came
to the United States courtesy of an
enthusiastic new owner who immediately
had it serviced and prepared for touring
and rallies. Around that time, it was
decided to replace the original engine
with something more powerful,
while respecting the car’s rarity
and importance. The owner then
commissioned an Indiana-based prototyping/engineering firm to
source, build and install a late-model
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