Carsablanca, the Internet portal on the subject of vintage and classic cars, is currently about 40 events in his calendar around May 1, 2009 in Germany and Europe Hamburg, the 21 April 2009 the first weekend in may a variety of events for fans of lovers vehicles approaching, and with it. Carsablanca, the range most powerful German-speaking Internet portal on Oldtimer and Youngtimer, leads in his calendar currently around 40 events around May 1, 2009 in Germany and Europe: vintage dates in North Germany curl, for example, that Stade old Opel meeting on the first of may or a classic car meeting in Itzehoe with part market on may third. Also the car enthusiasts in the Ruhr area get their money: on the trotting course in dinslaken, Germany, Porsche of all types are expected on May 1st at the 8th International Clubday Porsche friends over 2000. These models is one 964 Carrera 4, the fans affectionately called JUBI classic 30 years 911, a Porsche 911 from the type of the 30th anniversary of the nine Elfers in 1993 and in a limited edition was produced by only 911 pieces worldwide. In the South of the Republic, an adventurous vintage car rally starts on the second may: the Allgau-Orient rally starting in Oberstaufen and target Amman in Jordan. Entries in this year’s rally are fully booked, registrations for the next Allgau-Orient rally from July of this year.
Carsablanca (www.carsablanca.de) is the range most powerful Internet portal on the subject of vintage and classic cars. Carsablanca has set itself within a year at the top of the German-speaking offers monthly 1.35 million page impressions, with 220,000 visits 175,000 of unique users (as of Feb. 2009). On the free portal, members can introduce themselves and their vehicles and to make contact to like-minded people. In addition, Carsablanca provides an innovative overview of the European vehicle market, a comprehensive dictionary of the vintage, as well as a daily updated magazine.
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