Mecca, the name of the land in which masses of Islamic followers go to and pray to their deity. A pilgrimage is made twice a year to this holy land by the masses. Now within our community, our holy land could be considered as Germany or Europe on whole for that matter. But for those of us who don’t live on that side of the pond, we are limited to a few other locations that can fit the bill. The most famous of which would be Southern Worthersee in Helen, GA, H2Oi in Atlantic City, MD, and Wuste in Las Vegas, NV. However, one event that has grown leaps and bounds in the southern Gulf Coast of Florida is Euro Tripper. An event specifically catered to European cars and their owners. We’ve been making our own pilgrimage to the event since it’s start in 2013. The event is ran by Paul Barney and his eager group of volunteers. After attending the event last weekend, we can safely say that Paul and his group have brought over a complete European experience. But not only that, somehow this event has brought back what we all missed. It’s brought back the community. So here it is, our review of Euro Tripper 4 in Fort Myers, FL.
When Toyo Tires and Super Street team up you get pure class. On January 30th a lunch/meet was held at Bohen Autohaus facility where you found nothing but cars that you dream of seeing and/or have only seen on the inter-web. It brought an entire variety of cars but like always, we focused on the European goodies and boy did it not disappoint.