Now that the cars all made it back (hopefully in one piece), and the huge user-made social media gallery has become a fine collection on eEuroFest.com, we feel it’s fine to put a cap on the experience with our official eEuroFest 2017 photo gallery! With over 1500 people attending, and massively good weather, we are ecstatic at how eEuroFest 2017 went. Friday started out early with VIP’s lining up near the Chalet, where they would enjoy catered food and air conditioning all weekend. There they met up with our partners at The Motorsport Experience for an exclusive day of autocross using both their own cars, and the supplied BMW M3’s to tear up the course. Instantly, once our VIP’s hit the track we knew our vision was coming together. While camping pass holders trickled in to set up their camp sites, and our very own eEuroparts manufacturer vendors finished getting
There’s a running gag with the inner New England dub scene that it will ALWAYS rain for the Dustoff. Meant to “Dust Off” your VW or Audi show car after a winter of careful storage, the Dustoff 2017 is meant to be the groan and stretch after a long hibernation, and it’s HUGE! Thousands of devote attendees filled their cooling systems put air in their tires, and put another zip tie on their distributor caps (I kid) and made the hike out to Thompson Speedway this April 29th, and we were there selling eEuroFest packages, giving away site credits, and soaking up the sun rays for the first time in all the Dustoffs we’ve attended. We are exited to have Blake and Tom as the car show managers for OUR show at Lime Rock (we are calling in the bigtime experience), and this year the show ran without a hitch.
When we first started going to car shows, we realized it would be fun to host our own get together here at eEuroparts.com. It was a fun time, burgers were served. In terms of event hosting, it was a good taste, but really just a side dish. The 2nd annual eEuroparts Car Show and Swap Meet went bigger, with an actual food cart this time! Too bad their frialator broke and the line for delicious fried treats extended all the way to the BMW section. More European cars full of people came, and it started to feel like the field of dreams. The swap meet section was packed with some really cool rare stuff that was actually finding new homes! The third time around, we packed the place. Multiple food carts ensured that people not only stayed fed while they hung out in our blacktop palace, they were also unable
With just a little less than one month and counting, we are all battening down the hatches for a blowout at the 2016 eEuroparts Swap Meet and Car show. Materials are pouring in from the vendors that supply the parts/lifeblood that keep your cars on the road and the lights on in the warehouse. Thanks to the great efforts by the marketing department, the word is out and the number of Facebook RSVP’s alone are signaling that this show will be bigger still than last year’s amazing success, which was close to packing our complex. When: May 1 9am-3pm – Rain or Shine Where: eEuroparts.com Campus, 800 Marshall Phelps Road, Windsor CT 06095 Who: Open to all European Cars! How Much??: FREE to attend, just show up! If you want to sell parts you must reserve a vendor space HERE As a bonus, we will have our kiosk running all
This happened! Follow this link to Staggered 2015 Recap and Photo Gallery! Every year, there has been one tuner car show that has trumped all others. We have been to a lot of shows this year, which have been amazing. Dubs on Defrost flooded Lime Rock Park to capacity with a tidal wave of custom Volkswagens. The New England Dustoff funneled down into Thompson Speedway to put on a great show, despite rain. Both VAG fairs could not disappoint with great settings and great people. SAABs@Carlisle was the biggest show in years. Wolfsgart was dressed to impress in the amazingly scenic hills of Vermont. Swedish car day, Bimmerfest, and the SAAB Owners Convention turned out to be experiences to remember for a long time. All of these shows have one main thing on common, the are make specific. Staggered 2015 is different. Instead of catering to one cultural facet