yeah i knew about the NG Racing club you guys have but i don't always have the time to drive down to mass. and I was thinking of having a more relaxed club and more local...no penalties for not being able to make a meet and mainly just a group of people to hangout with on a saturday night...the goal of the club would just to have a group of car enthusist to meet every so often, have a good time, help each other out with their vehicles and give advice...you know shiat like that!
As it is i will be working two jobs this summer to support my modifying habits :dead:
Thats definatly a good idea. Over here in rochester I'm part of two "clubs" like this, www.roclife.org and www.dragny.com. They don't require meetings and things like that, we just chat online, party with one another and hang out somtimes a few times a week. It's a good time and you meet alot of different people. I'd definatly hook up when I'm in NH, may be moving back there in a little over a year also.
Tibbys put away, much faster car for now, 15psi baby!!
I have been starting one up with some friends with a starter site for now until I move it to a .com. I'll be redesigning it too once I get paint shop pro 7 from a friend. Check it out at http://www.geocities.com/coolkidrb
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