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Fully screwed: Oldtimerfreunde Kobenz . is founded

Fully screwed: Oldtimerfreunde Kobenz . is founded

The logo is designed, the website is in the pipeline, and the members are totally excited. Chairman Martin Reiter was able to establish the “Oldtimerfreunde Kobenz” club on the 5th of November 2022 with 39 proud members. The idea of ​​our club was a logical conclusion. Since friends and neighbors frequently gather to take trips together, the progress is discussing restorations, exchanging information about spare parts and figuring out how. “We welcome everyone who suits us. It doesn’t matter if it is a luxury car, motorcycle, tractor, all owners of maintenance-worthy classic cars are welcome!” Reiter stated at the Rassnitzwirt inn, where the Board of Directors was also elected after a nomination.
Elected Officials
The Chairman of the Board is Martin Reiter, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. Reinhard Hussein, Treasurer Gerald Feldbaumer, Deputy Treasurer Hannes Webersink, Secretary Christian Webersink, Deputy Secretary Alexander Englert, Media Officer Alexander Mayer. DI d. Richard Weiss and Klaus Simon.
golden hands
Guests of honor such as Kobenz’s head of vocals, Susan Gruber, congratulated the company on its founding. Mayor Eva Letold was delighted in her welcoming speech about this new Coppins assembly, and some members like President Reiter are also taking part in Coppins City Council. Reiter himself is an electrician at OM and, as his friends know, had “golden hands” in restoring cultural assets worth preserving, “screwed” some Puch vehicles like the 500 D, Haflinger and 700 ready to be shown again and put them in his garage.
Big Cobbins Classic Car Meeting
Club evenings are held every first Thursday of the month from 7 pm. In Rassnitzwirt, events are attended or participated in, there has already been an autumn trip, a spring trip is scheduled, a large meeting of the old car has already been scheduled as a separate event in Coppins on June 17, 2023.

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