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Old 03-24-2005, 11:47 PM   #1
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local car scene HUGE

ok given that i'm in a town w/ 2 universities and 2 community colleges there are a lot of auto guys here.

tonite i went to the 'import meet' which ended up having all the imports in one end of the walmart parking lot and us domestics in the other end facing them. we revved back and forward occasionally, but the imports kept revving and burning clutch and just being loud.

by the peak of the night we had over 100 cars there, about 70% import and 30% mustang and f-body
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Hahaha...that so sound like a high school thing...
There's a local group that meets at the wal mart here midnight on saturday nights. The only domestic there is 2 bullits, a 03 cobra, and me....but it's still fun. Imports don't make up numbers on their cars, just talk about everything else.
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tedness that is just how it is here also. i went to a dsm meet up in sacramento and there were 20 of us dsmers in the middle, and the domestic guys were to our left. dsmers and domestic guys get along fine. then there was a huge gap and the ricers were on the right. for every 1 of our cars, there were like 5 of them. the cops came and made the ricers leave and of course they thought it was fast and furious and peeled out of there, then the cop came over to us and said "yall are being fine, have a good night" and left.
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here we really dont split like that. alot of ppl i ride around with have imports but i dont mind. and theres anit big wing or odd body kit.
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I wish people were cool enough to hang out with around here, just the usual ricers who rather at a mcdonalds then drive up and down the same road revving at anything and everything.
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my school is like that.. however the imports are wrxs, evos and skylines, and the domestics are firebirds, camaros and stangs.
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my school is like that.. however the imports are wrxs, evos and skylines, and the domestics are firebirds, camaros and stangs.
wow....thats some nice import selection
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yeah.. its scary. there is a car forum for PSU on facebook and all they do is talk about their insanely expensive setups. too bad their dad's bought it all for them. i have the biggest urge to say.. "so guys how much do you pay for insurance?"

there are a lot of foxes, civics, talons, etc also, i just mentioned the higher class ones.
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Eh that sounds like a dead night in my area. We have a 5 mile long turnpike that everyone in new england and as far as folks from canada comes down to cruise. Its beyond badass. From like May till Oct every friday and saturday you go to the berlin turnpike and its just straight up packed you'll see everything from 37 hot rods to Ferrari Enzo to hopping low riders scrapping mini's. Then you go straight down the pike and a few streets over, big ol serious street racing spot.

gawd just talking about it just makes me want the good weather to come in and for the sand to be off the roads.

But hey at least you get to do that every weekend or whatever all year long I get selected months

BTW this strip was also considered as a taping place for the Fast and The Furious..crazy...when I go home I have an article saved from Hot Rod they did on the pike
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we used to hang out and just have fun till a few retards started doing stupid crap and now we dont hang out anymore.
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we used to hang out and just have fun till a few retards started doing stupid crap and now we dont hang out anymore.
Ha..that's kinda the reason some ppl here in town started our own hangout spot. If someone pulls through and starts doing stupid stuff, we make them leave. We just park, pop hoods, and talk shop for hours on end, so much fun.
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Heres that article I was telling you about - a smige long but thats the creds of the scene here

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Burnout contests, drag racing, loitering and littering: A culture clash on the Berlin Turnpike cruise scene has some yearning for happier days

Saturday,August 05, 2000

Written by Debra A. Aleksinas v Photographed by Craig Ambrosio

© 2000 Hot Rod

On summer weekends, cruise night at the Olympia Diner on the Berlin Turnpike in Newington draws hundreds of aging baby boomers in classic cars. Fuzzy dice dangle from rearview mirrors as Beach Boys tunes float from 8-track tapes.

The atmosphere is as American as apple pie. Spit-shiny Corvettes, Firebirds, GTOs, Mustangs and Thunderbirds share space with antique Model Ts.

Down the road, meanwhile, at the trendy 2001 dance club, hundreds of Generation Xers gather in a show of souped-up, high-tech Mitsubishis, Hondas, Nissans and Acuras. They look average — until one peers under the hood.

By 9 p.m., the Olympia Diner crowd has folded its lawn chairs and called it a night, except for maybe a few drivers who take a leisurely spin in their classics.

But the night is just beginning for the younger clan of car lovers down the road.

Looking for a cool time in their hot cars, they will play cat-and-mouse with local police over the next couple of hours. Loiterers will be kept moving. Litterers will be warned. Speeders will be ticketed. Then, come midnight, all hell will break loose in a blaze of drag racing and burnout contests. It's not unusual for speedometers to hit upwards of 100 miles per hour during these races on the turnpike.

This culture clash of the old, middle-aged and young who converge on the Berlin Turnpike every weekend has generated a friction

Cruising veterans blame rowdy newcomers among cruisers that has spilled over to include police, residents and businesses along "the pike," as the busy, four-lane divided highway is known.

Car enthusiasts who for years have enjoyed these relatively tame summer cruise nights say rowdy behavior by the younger drivers is dampening the fun and giving the venerable scene a bad name. The young cruisers say they only want to show off their flashy cars and meet friends. Some admit to occasional drag-racing, but only when few drivers are on the road.

Businesses along the five-mile section of the turnpike from Berlin to Newington dotted with traffic lights every quarter mile are fed up with having to hire police to patrol their lots and maintenance crews to clear the garbage. They say the weekend revelers chew up the asphalt by "burning rubber," or spinning their tires to see who can create the most smoke.

And where there's smoke, there's trouble. Often, motor oil or household bleach is poured on the pavement to enhance the burnout show, destroying property and creating a legal liability for property owners.

Residents, meanwhile, complain about the roaring engines, the screeching tires and the loud music while the Newington and Berlin police departments try to resolve it all. "Somebody's going to get hurt out there" if the burnout games and reckless driving continue, said Larry Schubert, a Berlin police captain.
500 ‘Hits' a Day

Jason Hassinger, a 30-year-old Waterbury native who lives in Meriden, has been up close and personal with the turf battle on the pike. Hassinger, who drives a gleaming 1997 Nissan 200sx SE-R, is not only a passionate participant of cruise night, but he is Webmaster for the Web site promoting the Berlin Turnpike cruise scene, which he calls "the hottest on the East Coast, bar none." The Web site — www.thepike.net — gets 500 "hits," or visits, a day from car enthusiasts.

"Ninety percent of the people here don't cause trouble; it's the few bad apples. Some kids throw down bleach and start spinning their wheels, and the police will start ticketing everybody here," said Hassinger during a recent rainy Friday inside the Taco Bell in Newington, the heart of the cruise scene. He noted that the pike draws car buffs from as far away as Canada.

Hassinger has launched a "Cruise responsibly" campaign on his Web site, hoping to preserve a Berlin Turnpike tradition that has been around since the '50s.

"There's no reason you should be coming up to a person's bumper at 100-plus mph only to slam on the brakes and hope you don't hit them," Hassinger tells cyber-visitors to the pike.net.

"A lot of the younger guys are coming here driving like maniacs, but then they come on the Web site, and we pretty much put them in their place," noted Hassinger.

On this particular evening, he said, were it not for the rain, hundreds of cars would be converging on the pike for a night of camaraderie and cruising.

Judging by the empty lots and sparse traffic along the pike on this stormy evening, however, it appeared that flashes of lightening are a more effective deterrent than flashing blue lights of a police car. Then again, those who spend time detailing their cars with toothbrushs are usually not keen on letting Mother Nature rain on their parade.
Olympia Diner, then Hooters

Roger Salley of Bristol, who grew up in Berlin, recalled cruising the pike as a 16-year-old "all the time." On this night, Salley, the owner of a harlequin-red 1948 Chevy, was joined by about 75 other classic-car buffs outside the Olympia diner in Newington at a '50s cruise night.

"We're meeting here this Friday night, and we're at Hooters in Wethersfield every other," said Salley, who revealed he spent $35 an ounce for the special paint for his impeccable sedan, which he has owned for nine years.

He said that burnouts, drag-racing and loitering along the pike is getting worse. "It's a different day and age," said Salley. "The young kids drive the Japanese cars, and they try to impress each other ..." His sentence was drowned by the roar of a yellow Chevelle pulling out of the parking lot.

The kids with their souped-up cars, "ruin it for everybody," said Al DellaFera of Southington, who, with his wife Jocelyn, relaxed in lawn chairs in front of his restored 1931 Model A Ford.

Nearby, a candy apple-red '69 Shelby GT350, owned by Bob Woynar of Kensington, gleamed under the streetlights in the Olympia diner's lot. Woynar, 53, a regular cruiser of the pike since age 16, agreed that the younger crowd is giving the cruise night tradition a bad name. "They're drag racing up and down the street, showing off. At least this business allows us to have cruise nights," he explained, referring to the diner's owner. Other places along the pike want no part of it, he said.
Strobe Lights?

A short distance away, another car show was under way in the parking lot of the 2001 dance club, jammed with splashy imports while music blared during a live broadcast by radio station WKSS.

By 9:30 p.m., the Taco Bell lot next door was filled, too, as more than 500 cars and a crowd of 1,200 created a mass of people and machines.

This cruise scene is the pike's newest, featuring mostly Japanese-built cars fitted with turbo kits, strobe lights in addition to headlights and neon lights under the cars' carriages that gave an eerie, ethereal glow. Some of these cars were outfitted with $15,000 to $20,000 worth of high-tech extras.

Not an import, but an attention-grabber nonetheless, a 2000 Chrysler Prowler, powered by a Dodge Intrepid motor, draws a crowd. The black and yellow two-seater is outfitted with three TVs, a VCR and DVD player and a neon underbody kit that make it look like a hovering spacecraft. Boomer McLoud, an electronics and car audio franchise in Enfield and a car show sponsor, owns the car.

The crowd's attention was momentarily diverted from the Prowler as a stainless steel Delorean, the futuristic car seen in the Michael J. Fox movie "Back to the Future," rumbled by.

Referring to the popularity of the bi-monthly car show at the 2001 dance club, Jay Cyr of Boomer McLoud noted that such shows were new to New England. The cruise tradition, however, has been around a long time, he said.

"My dad drove his '68 Chevelle here a long time ago," said Cyr, who noted that drag racing was as popular then as it is today. "The drag racing starts at midnight ... that's when it starts getting a little rowdy and the cops start booting everyone out," he said.

The painted, white flames on Chris DelRio's '94 Honda Civic give a sense of motion to the red car, which mesmerizes with its flashing strobes. "I've got about $30,000 into it," said DelRio, of Springfield, Mass., who, later that evening, walked away with the show's first-place trophy.

Nearby, Heather Wilcox of Stafford peered under the hood of her purple '93 Honda Civic VTEC, explaining that it had an advanced timing system and strut bars "that help balance the car if you take fast turns." The petite, 22-year-old admitted she regularly races "light to light" on the turnpike.

"It feels very good. The guys look over and they're so surprised to see a girl behind the wheel!"
Pavement Woes at Pep Boys

The parking lot of the Pep Boys parts store in Newington has been marred by burnouts. Black skid marks on the ground run the length of the building. A sign warns "No Loitering — Police Take Notice."

Aaron Reynold, who works inside, said the trouble is evident on Friday and Saturday nights.

"You get a bunch of the younger kids in their imports and they put bleach down on the pavement and just smoke their tires. It's really bad," he said

Before the recent weekend rain, the situation was getting worse, he said. "There's a lot of trash the next morning. The cops come and chase them out, but when the cops go, they drive right back in. It's a cycle."

Captain Schubert said his 40-member Berlin Police Department has been deluged with complaints from businesses. Police tell property owners to post No-Loitering signs in their lots. That enables officers to come in and keep the crowds moving, said Schubert.

Police also have assigned more officers to weekend duty. The department had as few as three assigned, but that was not enough, Schubert said. "We had an officer in trouble Friday night," said Schubert, "and Newington had to help out" because other officers were coping with calls on the turnpike. "That's how bad it can get."

Schubert said the cruisers range in age from 16 to 30 and not all are troublemakers, but that groups who cause disturbances make life miserable for other enthusiasts.
And in Newington...

Steve Clark, a Newington police lieutenant, has a thick file on pike investigations dating to last summer and including videotapes of burnout activity, print-outs of notices and communications posted on the www.thepike.net Web site and records of arrests and complaints.

While the number of arrests is not broken down by category that could link it to pike cruise activity, police said complaints have escalated.

Problems started to accelerate last summer and are on a continual increase this season, said Clark, who linked the timing of that hike in activity to creation of www.thepike.net. "Our enforcement efforts have forced them to clean up their Web site," which used to offer a $150 prize in a ‘best burnout' photo contest," said Clark.

Clark has worked with the state Department of Transportation, which has launched unannounced inspections on the pike, and with the state's attorneys' office.

But that's not all. "We've stepped up enforcement efforts on some evenings three-fold," said Clark, adding that more and more people who live near the highway are complaining. Complaints from businesses keep pouring in, too, and the refrain is usually the same: Loitering, garbage and oil dumped on the road. The latter offense, said Clark, poses a hazard to unsuspecting drivers, especially when it rains.

Accidents and injuries have been minimal, although Clark noted that a turnpike fatality last year involving a motorcyclist was linked to late-night drag racing.

Newington police have handed out tickets for unsafe starting, reckless operation, racing, speeding and traveling unreasonably fast. "This year our arrests on the turnpike have increased," he said. Police have gone so far as to block off access to parking lots when they become full.

Said Clark: "It turns into a cat-and-mouse game where we kick them out of the parking lot and they move to the next place. But we're not taking up our resources chasing these kids from parking lot to parking lot. If they're loitering and the business is closed, they'll get ticketed."
$42 an Hour Adds Up

Two businesses seem to be the focal point for the cruise scene — McDonald's and Roy Rogers, said Tom Collins, whose company has owned Roy Rogers since 1995. Collins was also the manager of the McDonald's 25 years ago, so the cruise scene is nothing new to him.

As for his eatery's distinction of being a cruise magnet, "It's a mixed blessing," said the restaurant owner, who has had to fork out $42 an hour for police coverage at his Roy Rogers shop on weekend nights.

Said Collins: "There are the a lot of wonderful people who are cruisers. I'm 56 years old and people my age and older have been doing it for more than 30 years."

They work really hard on their cars and want to display them. But unfortunately younger, more aggressive, alcohol-drinking cruisers are not responsible, and thus a policeman is on duty Friday and Saturday nights. Because police can't discriminate between responsible cruisers and rowdy cruisers, all, including non-offenders, are booted out.

And on nights when a police presence is not there, said Collins, it's like radar — the masses start to congregate. If only, he said, some of the troublemakers would stop causing problems, the cruise scene, "would be a wonderful thing."
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alwasy a couple dumbasses ruining it for everyone... but thats the way it goes.
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wow.. nice post. sounds incredibly sweet!
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wow.. nice post. sounds incredibly sweet!
yeah its pimp I have some sweet memories and many many hours of footage of me and my crew of friends wit our cars at this spot.

Got vids of ferraris burning out doing donuts to a semi truck doing a burnout.


aaahhh summer needs to hit :yup:
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i would tell you to buy a digital camera and take pics... but.. instead.. i think you should buy a digital recorder and make movies.
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there are a lot of foxes, civics, talons, etc also, i just mentioned the higher class ones.
thats sad if dsm's, foxes and civics are considered higher class.


and i live in modesto, ca. if you all dont know, George Lucas was born and raised here. now also George Lucas created a movie called "american graffitti" which is basically about 1 street here in modesto called Mchenry Ave. its about oh 3 miles long and i can assure you just like that turnpike article, the same thing goes here. last week there was a huge group of lowrider impalas and el caminos and such driving like 15mph. the hot rodders make a showing and do maybe 2 full laps then take off at around 1130ish, cause the ricers come out and the rodders, like myself, are sick of the stupidity. the ricers are the main reason my group of cars goes to sacramento for the meets. usually the cops come out after 11 and basically if youre a 4banger like myself youre instantly labeled as a "streetracer" and theyll just pull you over for "routine inspections".
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thats sad if dsm's, foxes and civics are considered higher class.


and i live in modesto, ca. if you all dont know, George Lucas was born and raised here. now also George Lucas created a movie called "american graffitti" which is basically about 1 street here in modesto called Mchenry Ave. its about oh 3 miles long and i can assure you just like that turnpike article, the same thing goes here. last week there was a huge group of lowrider impalas and el caminos and such driving like 15mph. the hot rodders make a showing and do maybe 2 full laps then take off at around 1130ish, cause the ricers come out and the rodders, like myself, are sick of the stupidity. the ricers are the main reason my group of cars goes to sacramento for the meets. usually the cops come out after 11 and basically if youre a 4banger like myself youre instantly labeled as a "streetracer" and theyll just pull you over for "routine inspections".

no... that was an addition of what i said earlier..

"my school is like that.. however the imports are wrxs, evos and skylines, and the domestics are firebirds, camaros and stangs."
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man, this area is full of idiots, the local cruise spot used to be cool, untill kids would start drinking, partying, doing all that stupid ****, breaking bottles everywhere, cops have to run everyone out

man, we used to have a dump truck that would even come out and street race, and the funny thing is, it used to win quite a few!
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Ha..that's kinda the reason some ppl here in town started our own hangout spot. If someone pulls through and starts doing stupid stuff, we make them leave. We just park, pop hoods, and talk shop for hours on end, so much fun.
yeah...we all just stand around talking about anything and everything... until a ricer shows up... and then Aidan gets a lil touchy
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holy crap Will... this thread is over a year old.. quit diggin stuff up.

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Re: local car scene HUGE

wow this thread was made before i got banned for like the 3rd time

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