For car folks, more intimate gatherings are the new normal

For car folks more intimate gatherings are the new normal
For car folks more intimate gatherings are the new normal
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Classic BMW among the cars owners brought to weekly Fourtillfour event | Rebecca Nuguyen photos

Disheartening is one widespread reaction to the postponements and cancellations of large-scale car events, shows that have been annual traditions, bucket-list experiences, and sources of so much of our automotive culture. Even so, the community is getting back together, albeit on a smaller and more local scale.

If this is the new normal, we hope it continues even after the major events return.

Until our world changed six months ago, I’d all but forgotten the wonderful and intimate atmosphere of the local car gatherings that attracted me to the hobby in the first place. Now, with those events re-emerging, I find I have a new appreciation for them.

Since we staged the Future Collector Car Show back in January, my car-culture outlet has been a weekly gathering at a local Scottsdale, Arizona, coffee shop owned by a Porsche enthusiast. The cafe is called Fourtillfour, a pun on the Porsche 356.  

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About Bazie 4939 Articles
I love anything to do with classic cars and vintage cars and I own a few classic cars. I regular attend classic car shows in my spare time.

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