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First Supercar Saturday is next weekend May 7th I'm 99% sure my BMW 2002 will be ready. Anyone want to meet up? Even if my car isn't I'll probably head over to check it out on the bike anyway.

http://www.supercarsaturdays.com/

New venue this year. The South Barrington.

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I will try to make it . Between your '02 and my 318 , we'll have a 1/4 of a super car .
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2002 wasn't built in '02. Still a pretty sweet car. Turbo?

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I will try to make it . Between your '02 and my 318 , we'll have a 1/4 of a super car .
You think? 25% of a supercar might be optimistic. Of course I am going to rolling on 14's. The stock 13 inch wheels are too small for true ballers

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2002 wasn't built in '02. Still a pretty sweet car. Turbo?
I know it wasn't built in 2002 , since I have owned about 17 of them. Geo's car is not a turbo.
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Not much info on their site really. Is this open to the public to walk? Cost? Hours?

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Not much info on their site really. Is this open to the public to walk? Cost? Hours?
In the past , it was free and open to the public.
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I know it wasn't built in 2002 , since I have owned about 17 of them. Geo's car is not a turbo.
That's not saying it won't be turbo eventually.

Real Turbo 2002s are rare here in the US they were never imported officially. One of those would be very deserving of the supercar title.

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Not much info on their site really. Is this open to the public to walk? Cost? Hours?
The way I understand it is that the event is meant to be an informal gathering. Not so much a show as a get together. Open to everyone and free. I don't have a clue on the hours.

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That's not saying it won't be turbo eventually.

Real Turbo 2002s are rare here in the US they were never imported officially. One of those would be very deserving of the supercar title.
Lets be real about this . The next project you get will be an E36 with a LS2 stuffed into it .
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Lets be real about this . The next project you get will be an E36 with a LS2 stuffed into it .
Meh, if I'm getting a modern German mistress its going to be another AMG. CLS55 would be a nice family cruiser.

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Meh, if I'm getting a modern German mistress its going to be another AMG. CLS55 would be a nice family cruiser.
This is all wrong.
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This is all wrong.
And putting a small block in a 3 series isn't?

Actually woud love a VW Corrado with a 3 rotor Mazda engine and rear wheel drive.

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And putting a small block in a 3 series isn't?

Actually woud love a VW Corrado with a 3 rotor Mazda engine and rear wheel drive.
Ok then , E39 with an LS motor ?
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Not much info on their site really. Is this open to the public to walk? Cost? Hours?
Yea no info there...

Open: http://supercarsaturdays.com/content.asp?tid=4#supercar

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Ok then , E39 with an LS motor ?
This is what I want!!!!

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