I've never been but always wondered, is it really worth spending $35-$55? What do you get for you money? Not knocking it, just curious.
I know you get a bag of goodies with stickers and so forth, maybe someone else can fill in what else it details... But best of all you get to hang out with fellow members, and walk around and look at all the sweet rides. It's fun as heck hanging with the guys in the crew... If that's not enough then I don't know what is.... Its well worth it in my opinion.
is it really worth spending $35-$55? What do you get for you money?
2 tickets for both days, parking (which is something like $5-10/day) inside the event, GoodieGuy-bag (which includes a nice plastic mug), etc. There's also an autocross if you're into that sort of thing.
If you're not interested in showing a car, I'm sure you could use one of the "extra tickets" and come hang out.
Originally Posted by xtaspeed05...
But best of all you get to hang out with fellow members, and walk around and look at all the sweet rides. It's fun as heck hanging with the guys in the crew... If that's not enough then I don't know what is.... Its well worth it in my opinion.
Exactly! Lots of fun to hangout and see everyone, talk shop with people walking around the show, etc.
i think the savings in registering, is parking cost 10$ anyways, its something crazy like
18$ per ticket just to get in on foot. so if you pile in 4 buddies and some food in your car your saving alot of money.
We'll see if the tune changes when you find out she was cupping the balls of her ex while he was drifitng the car into a concrete pole at Red Lobster and then finishing the deed in the backseat of his Kia.
Come on guys.. Lets get a final head count for this. If im going to spend this much money on the car show, it would be cool to get a good turn out, if you cant you cant though.. no worries. We need to represent nor cal goats to the fullest.
So if we can get people to chime in again for a head count that would be cool. Thanks
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