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> Wildwood Fall Classic Car Show, September 2014
Big Len
post Jun 23 2014, 06:42 AM
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This is a great event in a terrific venue.

If you've never been to the Wildwoods, it's an awesome seaside town. One of the best beaches on the east coast, 2 mile boardwalk, great weather in September, ocean temps in the mid to upper 70s, lower offseason rates. Plus that weekend, there's a 2 day Irish festival for the women who sick of our car loving habbits.

The show is held on the boardwalk. Four to five hundred cars travel from a dozen states to attend. An auction is held as well.

http://wildwoodmotorevents.com/fallboardwalkclassic

http://northwildwoodirishweekendfestival.wildwood.com/

http://www.visitnjshore.com/irish-weekend/...c-car-show.aspx
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post Jul 8 2014, 06:35 AM
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...pretty sure Eileen and I will be attending this year.
need to make reservations soon, the place really fills up!
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Great Ray!

This was shot late in the day when many cars left, but it will give others a little idea. The length of this tram ride is about a third of the 2 mile boardwalk and haven't approached the ride piers or commercial section yet.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK08bk86psc
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