Roundup 35


JUNE 26-30, 2014


Adult - $150   Teens (11-17) - $80   Children (6-10) - $40

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The Roundup 35 HOTEL
San Antonio Marriott Northwest
CVOA rate $89 per night
This rate will be honored 2 nights before and after the Roundup


Friday afternoon visit to Bell Engineering, a turbo kit manufacturer.

Dyno testing on Bell Engineering's dyno--only $60 for three pulls.

Friday night drag racing at San Antonio Raceway.
Dinner on your own at the Raceway.

Saturday morning: Cosworth Concours

Saturday lunch at Hillbillyz of Texas, located in the middle of somewhere, halfway to nowhere.

A Saturday afternoon tour, via a (poker?) rally, of the Texas Hill Country including stops at:

A winery, to be named

 Luckenbach, a hill country hamlet complete with a blacksmith shop, post office, beer joint, dance hall and cotton gin

The LBJ Ranch, home of our 36th President, Lyndon B. Johnson
and aka the "Texas White House".

Saturday night Directors' Meeting at the Roundup Marriott.

Sunday brings a visit to and lunch at Sonny Rossi's shop--a treasure trove of memorabilia from a lifetime of work in the high end auto restoration business both in California and Texas.  Sonny has a Cosworth Vega powered street roadster and a Vega powered land speed record roadster.

You can see there will be lots to do, so plan on being with us for the full three days. 

One worthwhile automotive activity NOT included in the Roundup is the Toyta Truck Plant tour.  PLEASE NOTE their reservation and clothing requirements if you decide to go.


San Antonio is a tourist destination with many activities and things to see for the whole family.  Starting with, of course, the ALAMO.  No, it is not on a hill in the country, but right in the center of downtown.  It is owned by the State of Texas. There are 4 more Missions in the south of the city owned by the National Park Service.

San Antonio is home to two major theme parks, Sea World and Six Flags, each with their own water park. In addition, there is a unique water park just 30 miles outside San Antonio called Schlitterbahn.

For all the other San Antonio activities check out the Explore San Antonio website.  Click on "activities" under explore San Antonio. 

On Monday morning, stop in for the "after the Roundup breakfast" to chat with friends old and new and to make plans for the 2015 Roundup.




While plans are still fluid, it is looking increasingly like the 2015 Roundup will be in San Francisco!!!  What a photo op--Cosworths on the Golden Gate Bridge.  We can see it now.


The Roundup may return to Green Bay  in 2016 for one last Hurrah.  If so, we'll visit unexplored areas of Door County, have the Concours at an unique venue, and generally have yet another great, great time.  The autocross course is not to be missed!!!



In 2017 plans are afoot to take us back to Carlisle, PA, with a special excursion to the Gettysburg battlefield area.  Be sure to bring your muzzle loaders!