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Here's the link to the pictures I've made in the Alpina meeting in Liechtenstein

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There was a lot of cars (near 100 !) and some models very rare (3.0 CSL, Z1, B8 4.0, B8 4.6 cabrio, B7 Turbo S, B12 5.7, ...)
The organisation of the day was well made by Heidegger. The weather was not so nice, but overall not so bad either :p
 

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Thanks for the photos, some really interesting Alpinas, wish I had known about it, well worth the trip across the pond.
When is the next one.
 

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Wonderful, nice to see such a large amount of Alpina's together!

Perhaps, PittDesign, do you know if it would be possible to buy a license-plate-holder of Heidegger?
My car, B10 3.5/1 #056, was originaly delivered by Heidegger in 1988. Would be a nice detail to have a nice referral to Heidegger.
 

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Thanks for the photos, some really interesting Alpinas, wish I had known about it, well worth the trip across the pond.
When is the next one.
The event was not just an Alpina meet, but also to celebrate 50 years of garage Heidegger. There are no plans as yet for another such meeting, but I know the last time Heidegger organised such an event was for their 40th birthday.

It was well worth the trip from Geneva, and one car even came from Holland. In all there were more than 100 Alpinas to admire from all years and most models.
 

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Wonderful, nice to see such a large amount of Alpina's together!

Perhaps, PittDesign, do you know if it would be possible to buy a license-plate-holder of Heidegger?
My car, B10 3.5/1 #056, was originaly delivered by Heidegger in 1988. Would be a nice detail to have a nice referral to Heidegger.
If you contact Heidegger and ask them for a set it is possible they may send you one.
 

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Here's the link to the pictures I've made in the Alpina meeting in Liechtenstein

Pictures gallery

There was a lot of cars (near 100 !) and some models very rare (3.0 CSL, Z1, B8 4.0, B8 4.6 cabrio, B7 Turbo S, B12 5.7, ...)
The organisation of the day was well made by Heidegger. The weather was not so nice, but overall not so bad either :p
EDIT : I've modified my website to a photography blog. Here's the link to the Heidegger meeting : Meeting Alpina 2012 au Liechtenstein | Pitt Photography blog
 
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