Classic Car Club meets Alpine Stars meets Chopard meets Glenlivet

Porsche 919 Le Mans prototype

Last Thursday, I went to to an event hosted by my guys at the Classic Car Club of Manhattan, which I am a member. They have every dream car to be given and driven. It was a very special event that included Chopard, Alpine Stars and the great Glenlivet.  On display were an array of racing suits worn by famous drivers.  Chopard also had their infamous racing watches out which I love btw.  Maybe I can get them to loan me one.  Hint, hint. If that wasn’t enough, they were pouring not “just anything Glen”, but one of my favorites, Glenlivet.  It was awesome.

Alpine Stars is a manufacturer of high performing technical protective gear. They are used in motorcycle and auto racing cars as well as mountain bikes, action sports and other surfing vehicles. They also make sports items like sports clothing, non-motor clothing and have fashion centers in California and Italy.

Chopard was founded in 1860. It is a Swiss watchmaker Louis-Ulysse Chopard in Sonvilier. It is known especially for making ladies watches and pocket watches. In 1963, it was sold to Karl Scheufele another watchmaker from Pforzheim, Germany.  Now the company is headquartered Geneva and has its site in Fleurier, Canton of Neuchâtel that manufactures watch movements. It has been looked up by Scheufele family who have owned the business since then..

Glenlivet is a distillery near Ballindalloch in Moray, Scotland that produces single malt Scotch whisky. The perfect combo for a perfect day out. It is the oldest legal distillery in the parish of Glenlivet. It can be described from its packaging and advertising that it is, “The single malt that started it all”.

(Although you are advised not to drink while driving)

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