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What do you guys think about to make a Club Meet for us (Mainland Members and I'm sure

there are more than 3 of us ) on the mainland? I mean it does not have to be a big event or

something...just a small meet to know eachother...:yes:

So what you think?

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Well, actually I didn't think about where to have the meet...but Mat's idea sounds good.

Check the TTE company would be great...do you think they will give me a gift? Something

like....a compressor kit? :D :D :P

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ok,can i have a rough idea of how many people will be intrested in a summer meet.........lets say late summer(end august/sept)

also what ppl would think is a good location.........TTE for example

sooner i get a idea sooner i can get the ball rolling,dont let the right handers have all the fun!!!!!

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I would definately be up for that. Make it late summer so people can get their vacations out of the way. I should even have my IS by then! I am easy on the location, but Germany sounds good to me. Just think of one word.........AUTOBAHN!!

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the invasion of the righthanders !!!!

we will be waiting for you guys !!!!

all of you come .....

make matt a happy man... and do yourself a favor..;; drive on the right side for once... the side of the poll winner s !!!!

hurrayy!!!!!!!:yes:

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the invasion of the righthanders !!!!

we will be waiting for you guys !!!!

all of you come .....

make matt a happy man... and do yourself a favor..;; drive on the right side for once... the side of the poll winner s !!!!

hurrayy!!!!!!!:yes:

umm no.. the right handers won the poll :yes:

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there was an american with me in germany, and he said :

this must be a very big city "ausfart", it's all over the autobahn;!!!!!!!

LOL can you believe this ??!!

LOL:smilegrin:

ROFL :smilegrin::smilegrin:

That's funny!

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the invasion of the righthanders !!!!

we will be waiting for you guys !!!!

all of you come .....

make matt a happy man... and do yourself a favor..;; drive on the right side for once... the side of the poll winner s !!!!

hurrayy!!!!!!!:yes:

umm no.. the right handers won the poll :yes:

Are you sure!!!!:saint::saint:

[Edited on 4-4-2002 by Richie]

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