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  1. #11
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    Thanks. I've added these eateries to my planning document.
    Dean G.

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    The LOG36 committee is on overdrive regarding creative ideas for Princeton LOG. You don't want to miss this LOG!



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    Lotus Elan S2, Current restoration
    Lotus Europa, Frame Off Project
    Lotus Elan S4, Almost a Sprint
    Lotus Élan S1, Enhanced Fast Road
    Lotus Racing Kart, Track Terror
    Lotus Exige S, Wicked Road & Track
    Lotus Elise, Track Pack

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    LOG36 – SOONER THAN YOU THINK! August 5th – 7th, 2016
    Hello all Lotus owners and enthusiasts,

    Are you counting the days until LOG36? We are! The LOG36 committee has a great weekend planned for all the registered participants who will be coming. As a matter of fact, close to 200 LOGers will be checking into our host hotel, The Marriott Princeton Forrestal on Thursday, a full day before LOG36 actually starts! There are still a few (and we mean only a few) rooms available for Friday and Saturday night. Don’t delay your booking.

    The second deadline date for Lotus Ltd registration is June 17th to receive the $125 registration fee. After that it goes to $175. Your postmark date is the deciding factor on how much you pay for registration. Remember, you must book your hotel room and register with Lotus Ltd separately.

    Speaking of postmark date, the earlier you register the better your seating is for the Saturday night banquet and the early arrival for Grounds for Sculpture on Sunday morning (no moaning that you didn’t get the banquet room seating you wanted or couldn’t arrive early for Sunday mornings event).

    We have so many special things planned it will be hard to keep up with everything going on. A couple of insights:

    ˇ We will have “special editions” of Riverhorse Beer at LOG36 that features Lotus historic events on the labels. You will want to collect all three types and as well as enjoy this local crafted beer which is only available at the bars during LOG36.
    ˇ A very special book is being published by Corterie Press just in time for LOG36. “Dahlstrom: Lotus The Adverts”. It will be signed by its creators and the artist at LOG36. We are sure you will want to purchase several copies of this very limited signed book.
    ˇ There will be a swap meet during the Friday night reception. If you have Lotus parts, collectables, clothing, etc. we will provide a table for you to display and sell your items. Contact Foster Cooperstein to register in advance at fjcoop@aol.com
    ˇ Volunteers, we still need a few more. The special goodies you will receive as a volunteer will be sought after by everyone else at LOG. Become a LOG Guru! Contact Lee Klauber at mablung@comcast.net

    Keep checking the LOG36 website for weekly updates. We can’t wait to see you!

    The Road Scholar LOG36 Committee
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    Lotus Elan S2, Current restoration
    Lotus Europa, Frame Off Project
    Lotus Elan S4, Almost a Sprint
    Lotus Élan S1, Enhanced Fast Road
    Lotus Racing Kart, Track Terror
    Lotus Exige S, Wicked Road & Track
    Lotus Elise, Track Pack

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    The LOG36 Committee once again spent another full Saturday to review all the planning details for LOG36. Did we mention we have so many cool things that are unique to a LOG that you don't want to miss any of it? We have almost 200 people arriving on Thursday......they are arriving a full day early and know something special is going on ;-)
    You will note in the photo below that Lou is presenting the fine details of the android and iPod apps that have everything you could ever want to know about LOG36 on them. The release will be right before LOG36, you wont be able to live without the apps!
    VOLUNTEERS! We have more than half of the number registered volunteers we need! What are you waiting for? Don't be left out of the highly sought after volunteer crew. Once we have the number of people needed we will be closing out the registered volunteers. They are the only ones who get the very special and limited edition LOG Guru shirts, not to mention special goodie bags filled with swag and the ultra cool volunteer lounge. You can volunteer in 2 hour increments. Don't be left out, contact Lee Klauber . He can get you in ;-)
    Did we mention the very limited edition LOG36 River Horse beer that will be available only at LOG36? Wait until you see the specially designed Lotus labels for three different types of beer. We can't wait for you to taste them, collect them and maybe even bring some home. Limited supply, only at LOG36!
    Friday and Saturday night at the host hotel, The Marriott Princeton Forrestal is almost sold out. Don't delay for the Lotus event of the year!
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    Lotus Elan S2, Current restoration
    Lotus Europa, Frame Off Project
    Lotus Elan S4, Almost a Sprint
    Lotus Élan S1, Enhanced Fast Road
    Lotus Racing Kart, Track Terror
    Lotus Exige S, Wicked Road & Track
    Lotus Elise, Track Pack

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    Default The Sevens at LOG 36

    There were a good number of Sevens at LOG's concours today - Tony Vaccaro and I had the only Caterhams, but there were several Lotus Sevens, and even at least one Westfield Seven, as well as a really nice Westfield 11. That's Bill and Cheryl Baldwin, in the 5th picture. They have driven their Lotus Seven to nearly every one of the 22 LOGs I have been to.

    --Bob Collum
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    NoVA Lotus Car Club - All types of Sevens welcome!

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    Oh look! In the second photo I see Bessie the Seven. She was always a classy lady on this Forum! Sorry Al, I know you hate that name, but I could not resist

    The red and ali Birkin looks to be Dave H's.
    Mike
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    It was in fact, the very lady.

    Fresh off a rebuild of the 1500 pre-crossflow that came with the car among other improvements/remedies. I literally picked it up on Friday from Ragtops & Roadsters, took it off the trailer on Saturday morning and then drove down to the big LOG meet up in Washington Crossing. Great to see some old friends and make some new ones. Car felt strong and ran well to/from, even in the stop and go (mostly stop) traffic through New Hope.

    Was surprised that more of the NJ-area Seveners didn't show up. I'll try to make the NJMP event again soon...unfortunately it conflicts with the fencing summer nationals that I've been attending with my younger daughter for the past few years.

    FYI, the car in the third pic is the lovely Series 2 owned by Karl Darby. Took first in class, deservedly.

    The white car in the fourth pic is owned by John Gault (another 7-7-07 attendee).
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    Any information on location of next LOG? Any S4 Sevens at LOG this year? Thank you for the information.
    Steve V. S47 in Arizona

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    Just got back from LOG myself. Took my Elise instead of the 7 as I'm still waiting for my wheel bearings to arrive from Redline.

    Had a great time looking at lots of pretty cars and meeting a lot of nice people who are all as crazy as us (well......maybe) There was one S4- it was sort of a robins egg blue color. Not sure who owned it.

    Introduced myself to Tony who then introduced me to Elisa Artioli (the namesake of the elise!) Bob was taking lots of pictures which I'm sure he'll share. The Westfield 11 was a quite impressive build. Has a Coventry Climax engine where most have a Spridget.

    Next years LOG will be at Barber Motorsports apparently during a Vintage race weekend. Early May. Involves track time at Barber as well as I think at Talledega on the banking. I'm already planning if I have no conflicts. Great place to bring the 7 to. Nobody seemed to care less whether it was a Lotus or Caterham, Birkin etc..

    Definitely try to get to a LOG- well worth the trip.

    Jim

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    Jim, My first trackday ever and first LOG were at Barber. Excellent Track. I'd consider towing down for LOG there again. Maybe Croc would be up for a Southern USA7s gathering in addition to the NJMP one. Tom
    Mangia bene, Ridi spesso, Ama molto, Guidare veloce

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