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Old 01-07-2018, 07:20 PM   #26
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My parents live in Mooresville about 30 min from the drag strip and have about 4 acres of grass. My dad has a little shop that he works out of and was thinking about opening up the field to do a little get together and cookout for his customers and fellow C10 guys.
Well let’s make it happen! The 2nd “Annual” C/10 Meet! Haha.
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Old 01-07-2018, 08:04 PM   #27
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I agree, and everyone I talked to liked it. Its fun to be on tour, but by the last day you're completely petered out (especially if it's been 100-105* everyday like it was for the 2016 tour through Texas/OK) and you're ready to head home. You don't want to hang around an extra day just to pick up your sign.
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Old 01-08-2018, 10:24 AM   #28
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Re: Hot Rod Power Tour 2018

Alright guys, we have discussed some of the details and it looks like this is going to happen. We have created a Facebook Event page (https://www.facebook.com/events/218431142034538/) for those interested in attending. Like Jeff mentioned, everyone is welcome. We can hold up to about 100 trucks so spread the word and invite whoever you would like.

The only piece we are undecided on is what day/time to have it. We want to accommodate everyone and I know some guys will have a long drive home after the ceremony Friday. Is it best to have it Friday after the goodbye ceremony? Or make it an all day thing on Saturday? I know the locals will say Saturday but I am curious if the guys who have a long drive home will typically stay the night Friday night or start the drive back on Friday? Let me know what you guys think, we are pretty flexible.
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Old 01-08-2018, 05:24 PM   #29
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Re: Hot Rod Power Tour 2018

I'm in. I plan to long haul this year.
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Old 01-08-2018, 09:15 PM   #30
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Alright guys, we have discussed some of the details and it looks like this is going to happen. We have created a Facebook Event page (https://www.facebook.com/events/218431142034538/) for those interested in attending. Like Jeff mentioned, everyone is welcome. We can hold up to about 100 trucks so spread the word and invite whoever you would like.

The only piece we are undecided on is what day/time to have it. We want to accommodate everyone and I know some guys will have a long drive home after the ceremony Friday. Is it best to have it Friday after the goodbye ceremony? Or make it an all day thing on Saturday? I know the locals will say Saturday but I am curious if the guys who have a long drive home will typically stay the night Friday night or start the drive back on Friday? Let me know what you guys think, we are pretty flexible.
Andrew is downplaying his dads shop. His dad is a former NASCAR fabricator and total gearhead that builds (and has a field full of) 67-72 chevy's full time. This is a place you want to visit. His name on Instagram is @piedmont_traction1270 I talked to his dad for an hour today and he's drug in some REALLY cool finds at his shop recently.

For the HRPT veterans, what do you do Friday evening after you get in from the tour? Mooresville is close to the track so if you were staying overnight you could get a hotel in Mooresville and hit the road Saturday.

If we did a friday evening dinner cookout at Steve's place, we could do an evening cruise to the Cats Patch "Cruise In" in Troutman afterwards.

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I'm in. I plan to long haul this year.
Awesome. Haven't seen ya in a few years. Have you talked to Geoff? (GCBurdic) I texted him on Friday and haven't heard back.

Any where is Andy4639?
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Awesome. Haven't seen ya in a few years. Have you talked to Geoff? (GCBurdic) I texted him on Friday and haven't heard back.
Yeah, I text with Geoff periodically...it's mainly me bugging him to sell his Suburban to me! I've asked him about HRPT. He's interested.

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That's a good question. I haven't talked to him for awhile. I see him post on Instagram occasionally, but that's about it.
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Old 01-09-2018, 03:46 AM   #32
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Yeah, I text with Geoff periodically...it's mainly me bugging him to sell his Suburban to me! I've asked him about HRPT. He's interested.
What about the Mistress? Did he keep it?
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Old 01-09-2018, 08:03 AM   #33
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What about the Mistress? Did he keep it?
He still has it.
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Old 01-09-2018, 09:38 AM   #34
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Re: Hot Rod Power Tour 2018

Wow, I haven't talked to Geoff in probably a few years since he stopped posting on here. Glad to hear he still has them both!
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I sent Geoff an invite on Facebook, hopefully he shows. It will be cool to get all of the piedmont guys together
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Registration is officially open!!!
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Old 01-16-2018, 04:42 PM   #37
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The 64 SS is officially going on the 2018 HRPT!
Unless something happens between now and then!
Have a few small things to fix and get some things in place but it should be a fun week.
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In 2013, we did something similar. In fact, there is a thread about it. Unfortunately, I sold the Burb later that year and there was never another one Ironically, it was also hosted at the GoPro track (then known as the Mooresville Motorplex)
I still have the 1st annual shirt

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Heck no, it’s more about getting together and putting names (or screennames) with faces. Last time, there was even a Pontiac Solstice at the show. (Although it DID have a 750 hp LS7 in it)
The owner of that Solstice (Chuck Mallet), has had several C10 projects, a couple SEMA show trucks. I'll see if I can get word to him about it.

I'd be up for the last leg, Raleigh-Concord/Mooresville and then a get together.
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