My upcoming events - 2023

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My upcoming events - 2023

Post by codguy » February 7th 2023, 9:04am

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No music concerts planned ------ but plenty of airplanes, hydroplanes and racing cars.
Some are tentative but most are locked in. Probably squeeze in a museum or two, sum GTGs and perhaps a Central American trip.

-March-

March Meet, Bakersfield CA
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-July-

Flav-R-Pac NHRA Northwest Nationals, Kent WA
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H1 HAPO Columbia Cup, Tri-Cities WA
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-August-

Home Street Bank Cup, Seattle WA
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-September-

World of Outlaws Skagit Nationals, Burlington WA
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World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprintcars, Elma WA
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Oregon International Air Show, McMinnville OR
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-October-

NHRA Nevada Nationals, Las Vegas NV
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Speciality Equipment Market Assoc Show, Las Vegas NV
(for the cars and parts)


(pics/video borrowed from the net)
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Re: My upcoming events - 2023

Post by jason_recliner » February 7th 2023, 7:22pm

codguy wrote:
February 7th 2023, 6:19pm
jason_recliner wrote:
February 7th 2023, 3:21pm

Are you in the industry, Cod?

Not any more. Still have show access through various friends.
Nice. Would be really amazing to see the reveals.
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Re: My upcoming events - 2023

Post by codguy » February 8th 2023, 9:34am

artman wrote:
February 7th 2023, 7:01pm
Going to chase the cherry blossoms in Kyoto in March. Maybe I'll catch a kabuki show when I'm over there.
Sounds great, I've enjoyed my many (many) working visits to Japan.

-----> FTR Conj, Arty said kabuki show, NOT bukkake
ocean wrote:
February 7th 2023, 7:12pm
That’s gotta be a car guys vacation!
Yep. Four days of walking two convention/exhibition centers (indoors & out, upstairs and down) creates quite the sensory overload.
Have scaled back my SEMA visits from annually to about every 3-4 years. Did Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale late last month for 2 days and my ailing feet is still recovering.

(cue the dozing cat gif)
Huge benefit in attending SEMA besides the knowledge and eye candy, is chatting with the manufactures. Example: couldn't get my McLeod dual disk pressure plate (https://www.mcleodracing.com/rxt/p38) to balance to my satisfaction and discussed all with the McLeod team at SEMA. They then overnighted a new setup with tighter dowel-pin holes that made for a near perfect balance. Am sure another Mustang Cobra owner ended up with my first clutch pack, bolted it on and is happy as shit.
Mark1 wrote:
February 7th 2023, 11:05pm
Small world, a couple of those are on my schedule too.
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February 7th 2023, 11:18pm
Seeing some of this shit makes me wish I was retired as well, goddamn it.
Retiring is quite easy Lord Conjurer, there are afew ways to go about it, pm me for suggestions :mrgreen:
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Re: My upcoming events - 2023

Post by gerdson » February 8th 2023, 12:01pm

Conjurer, beware. Sir cod does on purpose leave out the fact, that a strict prerequisite for retirement is to become an old fart first. Sure You want to fall under that category already?
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