If you are a fan of Formula 1 like me , and a fan of Scuderia Ferrari , you may want to check out the only FACTORY SPONSORED FERRARI FORMULA 1 FAN CLUB. Ferrari’s World Wide “Scuderia Ferrari Club” is expanding into the USA. The Tri-State area will be the home of the 2nd official club in the USA. For information contact Mike Domanico at email@example.com
Ruth and Vince of Nick Falcone Enterprises will hold another Tech Session for Alfisti and FOS (Friends of Alfisti) on Saturday April 26, 2014. Get your questions ready and let us know if there is a subject or subjects you especially want to cover. More details will follow.
This is the third year DVAROC.ORG has joined in. This show features over 350 cars each year!!!!!!! Let the car enthusiasts know Alfa Romeo’s are still around!!!!!
Time: 8:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location: Thomas Massey House, Lawrence Rd, Broomall PA
Each year, HCCP gathers for their “closing” ceremony at the Massey House on Thanksgiving morning. Each year, members of HCCP arrive with their families, donate food and toys, and make the time to enjoy friends, the car club hobby, and the free donuts and coffee that HCCP provides that day; as a matter of fact, each year HCCP takes the money given for coffee and donuts and donates it to the Massey House. The Frosbite Run gives the members a chance to give back to the community, reminisce with old friends, and remember that the holiday season is about to begin.
Alfisti, and other FOA (friends of Alfisti) are reminded to mark their calendars, if they haven’t already done so, for Sunday, 10 November 2013, for what may be the last opportunity of the year to enjoy your ALFA (or other favorite marque, if you so desire) before the nasty winter weather sets in, and at the same time renew acquaintances with old friends (and maybe make some new friends), and enjoy a glass of wine and what promises to be another first class lunch organized by the club’s Alan Aptner at the Black Bass Inn Lumberville, PA.
Those planning on participating are requested to RSVP by NOT LATER THAN Wednesday 30 October, to Alan Aptner who has worked hard to negotiate the same package price of $30.00 per person, even though this is a busy season for the restaurant. RSVP to Alan at email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 215-321-8312.
At that time please let Alan know the following:
a- How many people in your party (total number), and -
b- Whether or not you (and they) will be joining us for lunch at the Black Bass Inn in Lumberville, at the conclusion of the tour, and, if so -
c- Selection of one appetizer (soup OR salad), and one entree (see menu selections below) for each person in your party, and -
d- Cell phone and email where you can be reached (cell phone is especially important on tour day- please make sure it has adequate charge)
Please note- Participants will be required to be prepared to pay, either by check (preferrable)- payable to Alan Aptner, or cash, on tour day (NOT BEFORE), prior to departure from the starting point. Once participants have committed to lunch with the club at the Black Bass (by Wed 30 Oct), they will be obligated to pay, whether or not they actually attend. This is necessary because the club will be committed to the restaurantfor the final head count.
Also, participants are required to complete, sign, date, and turn over to either Alan or Jack Stoll, upon arrival at the start point on tour day, the attached Driving
Event Release Form. This has been required by other chapters of the AROC for similar events.
The menu offered by the Black Bass is as follows (select one appetizer and one entree per person attending):
A- appetizer (select one per person)
1- soup du Jour
2- house salad w/balsamic vinaigrette
B- entree (select one per person)
3- Caesar Salad w/choice of grilled chicken or grilled shrimp
4- grilled chicken club sandwich w/side of homemade potato salad
5- jumbo lump crab cake served w/rice pilaf
6- grilled half pound all beef burger on roll w/double cheddar cheese served w/French fries
Total price per person is $30.00 which includes choice of one of above appetizer and one entree, plus choice of coffee/tea/iced tea/soft drink, dessert (cookies and brownies), tip and tax. NOT included are wine, beer, liquor, or other alcoholic beverage; if any of these extras are ordered, they must be paid for at time of service.
All participants are to be at the starting point, which is in the parking lot behind the U.S. Post Office (zip code 18931 at Peddlars Village in Lahaska PA, not later than 9:00 AM on Sunday 10 Nov 2013. Although PeddlarsVillage is primarily located along US Rte 202, approx half way between PA Rte 413 and New Hope, the U.S. Post Office is actually located on Upper York Rd (PA Rte263), which is on the north edge of Peddlars Village. If anyone requires directions to the start point, they can contact either Alan or Jack Stoll at email@example.com or ph 215-343-9165.
A small bakery (Town Crier Bakery) which has pastries/bagels/rolls/coffee is located in Peddlars Village and opens at 7:00 AM on Sun. Anyone wishing to visit this shop should arrive at the start point early enough to be prepared to depart at 9:00. Also, please gas up prior to arriving at start point; a break w/gas facility is approx halfway into the tour.
Saturday, 5 October 2013
Riccardo Salvia, club member and Sales Manager at Reedman Tool FIAT of Langhorne is once again hosting a joint social with the FLU folks.
He’ll provide light refreshments and a chance to check out the new FIAT 500L. We’ll rub elbows with the FIAT folks, brag about the first 500 Alfa 4Cs that are either in cargo containers, or have already landed on US soil, (or never left Italy), while chomping on free hot dogs from Riccardo’s hot dog cart. The last time we spent the day at Riccardo’s place, he let us take our cars on the Reedman onsite test track. Then our club president spun his GTV off the track and into the grass (it’s true). So no guarantees he’ll let us do THAT again. But if we ask nicely…
Fun starts from 11am to 5pm
You can rsvp to Riccardo (firstname.lastname@example.org) or just roll on up. But by all means, drive it like it was meant to be driven!
Haddonfield New Jersey Antique Auto Show with Ankoakas Region of the Antique Automobile Club:
Saturday, September 21, from 11AM-3PM
(If it rains the date will be 9/28)
The show is free for all to see, but to enter a car there is a small charge:
$15 to preregister by september 18
$20 at the door
The show is limited to 250 cars (not met yet).
Our registration class is 15-Foreign Cars
The Borough of Haddonfield has provided for the Car Display area to include the historic area of Kings Highway from the PATCO High Speed Line overpass thru to Haddon Avenue. Cars will be parked head in to the curb with ample space between cars. The street will be filled with classic and antique automobiles.
Live music will be provided by the Sleepless Knights, with the Dovells making a special appearance. Only makes and models of cars manufactured before 1996 will be on exhibit, including vehicles as old as the early 1900s. Prizes will be awarded for top autos, including a mayor’s award.
Dvaroc.org has long supported this event (including a win of the foreign car crowd pleaser award by member Charlie Crothers’ 62 Giulia Spider in 2007)!
Haddonfield New Jersey is a lovely, historic and picturesque town worth a visit on any weekend with your spouse or partner. Classic cars and the Alfa Club are wonderful secondary inducements! http://goo.gl/k4mbyS
Please email club vice president Jon Kilgerman for more information or call him at 215-205-2876.