Denver Auto Show

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Events

Over the past few decades, the Denver Auto Show has attracted Mile High attendees to see the different makes and models of almost every manufacturer. Back in 1991, 300,0000 square feet of carpet was covered with over 500 production vehicles worth ten million dollars filled the Denver convention center.

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Spirit of Ecstasy 1929 Rolls Royce

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Advice

Sweeping white curves, huge wheel arches, towering chrome grill, all leading up to one of the most recognizable hood ornaments, the “Spirit of Ecstasy”. All these graceful features make up one of the most iconic car brands in history, Rolls Royce. From the beginning their mission was to create the best and most refined cars in the world.

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Best driving road in America...?

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Events

Car enthusiasts around the world consider the Alps to have the best driving roads in the world. Top Gear even presented an episode where they search for the best driving road in the world. Since we do not have the luxury of taking a drive into the Alps, the Rocky Mountain BMW chapter resorted to the next best thing, the Rocky Mountains.

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From Appetizers to the Main course

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Events

When it comes to entertaining their customers, Schomp knows best. Throwing an elegant celebration for becoming M certified was just the appetizer before the main course, a private track day at High Plains Raceway. Just east of Denver, High Plains Raceway opened its strip of pavement to some lucky Schomp guests to test not only their own cars but to compare them to the M machines Schomp brought.

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John Cooper Works Mini

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Tips

Peak Eurosport opened its doors to the Colorado car community for a technical session on the new John Cooper Works MINI Coupe, giving enthusiasts a chance to dissect the radically designed MINI. Hosting a tech session to explain how the new car has evolved offered a great opportunity to learn more about a niche brand and to meet the enthusiasts that support MINI.

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Cars for a Cure: Morgan Adams Concours D'Elegance

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Events

The ninth annual Morgan Adams Concours D’Elegance was held on August 27, at the Centennial Airport. Boasting classic rare automobiles to fighter planes from World War II, everything had one sole purpose, which was to raise money for the Morgan Adams Foundation, a foundation dedicated to pediatric cancer.

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