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Raceway Park security was in the process of detaining Szczesny, who was The incident occurred during Raceway Park's annual Swap Meet. Englishtown Swap Meet & Auto Shows remaining Raceway Park events, please . DRAGS & SPECIALTY EVENTS CALENDAR. Since See a wide variety of auto collectors and vendors displaying their collections of all types of racing vehicles and parts and accessories for show.
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Englishtown Swap Meet Information
It's from and close buy so it would be a great way to spend a Saturday. Although this is an all German cars show, with some fine examples of vintage Porsche, Mercedes and a few other unique German iron, there is a big turnout of vintage VW's. A great location and a great show, this is one not to miss. This is an all-free event. It's a kick back VW party. The show is very casual and a lot of fun.
We have some awards that we pass out, these are club choice awards that a few of us wander around the event and mark down the cars that catch our eye. They could be a stunning restoration or custom, or maybe a simple driver that has a style all of it's own.
So it's not a formal show, just some fun and we take a moment to recognize a few cars. Come on by, have some burgers or hot dogs and hang out with a bunch of other VW nuts.
This is a special day commerating the birth of the VW Beetle celebrated all around the world. Take your VW out today [Beetle or any other model], clean it up, do a little maintentance, give it a treat and go for a little drive. It's a special day, share it with yoru VW. First, on Saturday April 26th, it's Volksfest. A beautiful venue and a great show. A great show, great swap and some great racing on in one fun filled day. So polish up your rides for one heck of a weekend.
Perfect for your fridge or tool box [or both! Supplies are limited so stop by early. Well, it looks like we are gonna get a little break this weekend and temps might even rise above 30! So a few of us are gonna get together at the Galloping Hill Restaurant in Union this Saturday, March 1st at 1pm for a much needed break [and lunch!
Come on by and join us.
Swap Meets - August 2nd, 2012
To find out more info, check out the thread on our forum. If you would like to come, please contact us in advance. This is a big club event with more than 80 members in attendance, so seating is limited. Can you believe it? We are planning a few surprises so make sure you mark for September You don't want to miss this!
It leaves Chris's shop in Congers NY at 10 and ends at a stop for lunch. This is one cruise you do not want to miss.
The last big event of the season, the weather looks perfect so it shoudl eb a great show. Coem on out and show off your ride, pick up some parts for your winter build or watch seom kick ass racing. This is a new racing event so it's gonna be some of the best racing we've had in years. Hopefully the next couple of weekends will hold you over for awhile. Transporterfest is on Sunday Oct 13th in Brookline Mass. I know it's a bit of a schlep but other than the Gathering, it's one of the best Bus events in the northeast.
Something a little more local our club has been invited down to VW of Freehold on Sunday Oct 13th for a big open house. They will have a little show, food, music and I'm sure a lot of VW fun. Always a great way to wrap up the local season. Come on out and show off you car and pick up soem parts from the swap meet.
Camping on Saturday was beautiful, we had about people show despite the threat of rain and although it did get a little wet late Sat night, it just showed how hard core VW campers can be. On Sunday we had about cars, down a little from last year but I attribute that to the folks that have a little mositure fobia. For those who threw caution to the wind, that gamble paid off with blue skies and 70 degree weather.
The swap was hopping, the cars were stunning, the valve cover racing was energizing and even though the South Jersey Volkswagen Club was a no-show for the Dub Push, a new club from Maryland stepped up and did one heck of a job pushing a Bus!
Overall it was another fantastic All Air-Cooled Gathering. Mark you calendar for September 20th and 21st, for our 10 year anniversary, it's gonna be epic. Just got back from our annual pre-show scouting party and the Swim and Sport Club looks great.
We are gearign up for another fantastic show. If you havent' been before, the only regret you'll have when you leave is that you missed eight other great shows. Check out the show website for more details, specifically click on the Special Events tab on the top to see some of the things we have planned.
This is a truley unique event. Because no cars are normally allowed on the island, you need to make advance reservations and there are only so many cars allowed.
If you haven't registered, then you are out of luck this year, but mark this down as a must see event. Governor's island is a beautiful location, you can rent bikes and cruise around the island, there are historical tours you can take, great food [and a beer garden!
If you are interested in checking it out this year, you can [just not with your car], the ferry ride is free for pedestrians so come on down. Be sure to mark it down on you calendar for next year. One tip though, like the rockstar event it is, reservations usually get snapped up in the first 36 hours so you can't delay.
You really don't want to miss this next year. This is a great little kick-back show, weather is looking swell so it should be a wonderful wayn to spend a saturday afternoon.
This is either the third or fourth year and our Long Island brothers put on a pretty good gig.
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Well worth the quality time you'll spend on the belt parkway. It'll be held on the opposite side of the airport from where it was held last year, I'm sure it's going to be a spectacular event. I believe thsi heat wave should be breaking this weekend so it shoudl eb a spectacular show.
This event is a lot of fun, I hope to see a lot of you there. Our Show-n-Shine is one not to miss. Besides free admission, there is free food [burgers, dogs, salads, chips, etc] free drinks [soda, water], live music and some of the areas best rides. We typically get about cars and it's really a laid back party. We do have about a dozen club choice trophies, but not your typical judged show, so it's anyone's guess who might go home with an award.
It's all fun, come on out for a great time. This will keep you on top of all that is happening in the VW world in and around New Jersey. Although this is a prestigious event, attended by some of the finest automobiles in the northeast, it isn't necessarily on our radar [not VW specific].
This year however we got a blip! The same bus featured on the All Air-Cooled Gathering poster a few years ago. The event has just starting to recognize Volkswagens and their importance to the automobile world [and collectors] and we are proud of Bob in being one of the first to get that recognition.
If you are not doing anything this weekend, specifically Sunday when the "international" vehicles will be featured, come on up and show your support. I'd also like to throw in that friend of the club, Chris Vallone has also been invited to the event.
- Englishtown NJ Swap Meet Cars
- Swap Meets - February 4th, 2012
- Englishtown Fall Swap Meet
This will be Chris's second time in as many years representing our marque. Congrats to Chris as well. I've been goign to this for years and it's a really nice, low-key event. Check out the link on our Events Page for more details. Last year we had about 30 cars on the cruise and I wouldn't be surprised if we doubled the turnout this year.
Paul Goerz was a gem, a member of ours who was taken to soon. We are taking this day to celebrate the man and his mustache for a fun little event that I'm sure he'll be with us at every turn. Check out out the thread on our forum for more details or the event webpage Some awesome showcars and the swap was bigger than ever.
Seems like every show it's gettign bigger, specially the spring show. I guess everyone is cleaning out their spares from their winter builds. If you missed it, there is always the show in the fall. The weather is looking neart perfect so that means the swapers will be out and the show will be full. Come on out and have a fantastic time. And while you are here, stop on by the club tent and pick up your free CJVWS Events magnet so you won't miss any of the best shows this year in the tri-state area.
CJVWS will be there in full force to welcome in the show season. Looks liek it's gonna be another great year for the club. Our Event Page is complete and make sure you scroll to the bottom and download a copy for your fridge!
If you come to Englishtown on the 14th, stop by the club tent and pick up one of our free event schedule magnets. Supply is limited so make sure you come by early. Hopefully the weather holds out. Also, our Event Page is complete, check it out and click on the link at the bottom to download a pdf copy so you don't miss a thing. Seating is limited so please RSVP if you are planning on attending. Our EventsPage is nearly complete. Check it out and so you can start planning your VW year. Check back often as we will be filling in those missing dates shortly.
If you are having an event you'd like to have listed on our calendar, please email me the details. Lots of fun stuff planned for this year starting with our Holiday Party on January 20th, at the Chimney Rock Inn! We are also putting together our EventsPage and hope to soon have it complete. Check back often and update your own calendar so not to miss anything. It's been one heck of a year, with the loss of a few members and the effects of Sandy, I think we wil all be looking forward to the new year.
We may be a little worse for wear, but overall we were lucky. Many club members have checked in and it seems that most everyone is ok. It will be a special Thanksgiving for sure. It starts and ends at the Sussex Fairgrounds and there will be food, t-shirts and raffle prizes.
It's a mile cruise through some of New Jersey's most scenic roads. Come on out for probably one of the last local events for Check the thread on our forum for more info.
A great event with an even better swap. Come on by to see some sweet show cars, kick-ass racing and pick up a few things for your winter build. The dust has settled, and the positive reviews have come pouring in. The eight annualAll Air-Cooled Gathering was an astounding success! Our best event to date. Everything ran smoothly, events like the Valve Cover Racing, Dub Push and all the kids activities added to the record number of air-cooleds in attendance .
Our trophies were a big hit, the swap was bigger than ever and the weather couldn't have been better. We had over campers on Saturday and Jeff Taylor's band rocked the night away. We have really built something here we can all be proud of. Thanks to everyone who attended and those who helped, it's because of you this is becoming the best show in the northeast.
We are all prepared and the weather is looking great. Come on out to one of the best shows in the Northeast! This year we will showcasing early Type 2's. Everyone wiht an early type two will receive a special memento of the event. Gates will open at 2: All air-cooled cars are welcome and encouraged to enter the show. There will be trophies, dash plaques, raffle prizes, on-site kitchen and bar and live music all weekend.
Click on the link to see all the special events planded for this years event. This is the show of the year, the one not to miss. Hope to see you there! A unique event because all the cars get to drive out and spend the day right on the boardwalk. I'll be there for sure. This is at one of their Friday Night Biergarten events which is open to the public. Come on down for a couple if biers and brats, it's always a fun night.
Always a great event. Weather looks good so I'll be there for sure. This is one of the biggest and best shows in the northeast, well worth the drive up there. Always a huge swap, the swap meet is reason alone to attend. Last years event was a blast at Port Jefferson and this year I'm sure will prove to be even better because it is being held at the 56th Fighter Group Restaurant at the Republic Airport in Farmington NY.
I'm really lookign forward to this one and I hope to see a bunch of you out on the island! Again we had about cars and over people show up for a day of sweet VW'sgreat food and good music. That is one not to miss. It's a fantastic all German show. This is an all free event, free food, free drink, live music, club choice awards and a whole lot of fun.
We typically get about cars and have a really good time. This show is quickly becoming a favorite with the hard core VW crowd. There's camping the night before and the show is on Sunday. From that day forward June 22nd will be designated as the Worldwide Day of the Beetle. A day to take your beloved VW out to enjoy or take to work. The date was decided on becaue on June 22 the contract to start the development of the VW was signed.
So enjoy your Beetle today! Both are quality events and with the upcoming weather forcast, it should be a stunning weekend. It startsFriday with overnight camping and the show on Saturday. This is a fun event, I think it may be their 4th or 5th year so there is a pretty good turnout and decent swapmeet.
If the weather holds out, this will be the place to be this weekend! We will be meeting at This will be our fourth year participating in the parade.
If you haven't been to this event before, it's at a great auto museum and this weekend will ahve a special display of "Cars that were Stars" a colloection of cars from major motion pictures as well as popular TV series including the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang car as well as the Austin Powers convertible New Beetle as well as "Nelly Bell" Jeep from the Roy Rogers TV show.
Check out the topic on our club forum in the "Club Events" section for more details. Come on out and shake off those winter blues if you haven't done so already. With the loss of acouple key classic shows this year, it's more important than ever to support your local events.
Make sure you check out our " Events " page to keep on top of all the classic VW shows and events in our area.
Richie has been in the hobby for years, well know for his vintage collection and his outrageous Bug Zilla Monster Beetle, Richie loved them all. If you are looking for the latest on what is happening in the local Air-Cooled scene, look no further than our Events page.
All the dates are in for Check out the line-up this year and make sure you click on the link at the bottom of the page to download a handy PDF version of the list that you can print out and tape to you fridge or tool box. Friday February 17 at 10 AM I encourage everyone to bring their air-cooled Volkswagen to the funeral on Friday, Paul would have wanted it that way.
Paul touched many lives through our club and he will be sorely missed. Details regarding his service will follow shortly but in the mean time, we have sent up an "In Memoriam" topic on our forum for anyone to share their thoughts. Rest in Peace Paul, we miss you already.
If you haven't paid, please do it now. Don't miss out on all the benefits of being a club membership has to offer. If you have any questions, please contact Jeffrey We will need to figure out something new for next year.