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Old 06-14-2002, 01:42   #1 (permalink)
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Smile Ford UTES for wedding

Dont know if im aloud to ask this.. BUT....

Hey guys n girls.. my brother is getting married in December this yr.. Its a long shot but worth the try...

Im wonderign if anyone with AU XR6 or XR8 utes would be willing to drive his Bridal people and groomsmen.. to the reception after the church ceremony thing.. Will pay $$$ for your time.

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Old 06-14-2002, 04:11   #2 (permalink)
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I dont live there and dont have a ute but thats sensational!!! what does the bride think of this!
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Old 06-14-2002, 20:55   #3 (permalink)
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its a different idea... she is from the country so she likes it.. they both like Mustangs too....

So if any mustang owners would like to donate their time and will be payed for it.. they will go for that... but they can hire mustangs from the phone book, but AU utes for weddings is not very often done.
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Great idea, but, gee you are gonna need a fair few utes!! unless they are gonna stand in the back holding on to the roll bar!! Gee that would be a sight to see!! hehe
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Having been in the wedding car game be careful about paying people money for the supply of the cars. The moment money changes hands you become uninsured and the owners of the cars can lose everything should anything go wrong.

I would suggest providing favours or something non-monetary if you want to do this. Or make the exchange of money independent of witnesses etc (if you get my drift).

I have a mate who might do the XR8 ute thing. He has a Silhouette AU2 200kW 5M with 18 inch chrome Viper mags and the bodykit. Looks nice!
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Oh, after the ceremony, you'll have to have a sedan because I cannot see a bride getting into the passenger seat of a ute with the groom...... My suggestion is to use utes for the arrival and a sedan/utes convoy afterwards!
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Oh, after the ceremony, you'll have to have a sedan because I cannot see a bride getting into the passenger seat of a ute with the groom......
It's OK - the bride and groom can ride in the back of mine and hang on to the roll bars!!
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