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Jeff Wenger
posted 11-11-2007 03:53 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Jeff Wenger   Click Here to Email Jeff Wenger     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

Oregon Car Cafes, Restaurants, Drive-ins, Pubs, Hangouts, Hotrod Bar & Grills

Where to go in Oregon to meet up with car guys and have a coffee, meal or brew...

Check out these restaurants, biker bars, drive-ins and coffee shops where hotrods & classics cruise
and good ol' car guys go for coffee, brunch, lunch, happy hour, dinner, drinks and burnout fun!

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Which coffee shops are prime places on weekends to spot exotic cars in your area?
What restaurants are open for lunch on Tuesdays with a view of the parking lot?
Are there any drive-ins good for cruising on Friday and Saturday nights?
Is there a place where the tuner guys hang out? Any hot partying?
Which streets do you cruise, and what is the story about racing?

We want to know! Post it here!

Also see...

Oregon Car Clubs

Oregon Car Shows

Cruise On and Keep the Shiny Side Up!

[This message has been edited by Jeff Wenger (edited 01-10-2008).]


Flying Dutchman
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posted 12-10-2007 06:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Flying Dutchman   Click Here to Email Flying Dutchman     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
There are clubs in Portland who get together at different times. As far as lunch on Tues? I don't see anything like that happening around here. As the rodders get older, there appears to be diminishing cohesiveness within the groups. The newer generation is not as committed to organization overall as we all were in earlier years.

Flying Dutchman


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