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Old 03-20-2006, 02:58 PM
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Upcoming events in the east?

I am from CT and I already plan on attending the 4 Wheel Jamboree in July in PA and also in VT in August. Are there any others that are worth attending? I dont mind the drive at all, its just that I like to plan a head and I like to attend huge events. I mean if I am going to drive 5+ hours, and staying over night, it might as well be worth it.
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Depending on what your interests are, the New England Summer Nationals in Worcester, MA (http://www.summernationals.com/) is a HUGE hot-rod show on the Fourth of July weekend. I think it runs Thursday evg. to Sunday midday, with Friday and Saturday being the days to be there.

I go every year, although the fact that my father lives right near there certainly makes it easier.
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i was thinking more along the lines of trucks and like dirt racing. I love trucks!!! But defninietly thanks for the input. Ill send that info over to my buddies.
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There is a car show at UCONN April 9th we would like to get as many trucks and offroad vehicles as possible for more info check the New England chapter forum
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