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Old 06-24-2004, 07:21   #1 (permalink)
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is there any people on this forum that are interested in having cruises in tassie?
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Old 06-25-2004, 07:34   #2 (permalink)
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If in tassie, yes, beautiful place down there

your username rapier, wouldnt be named after a particular gearbox that is to be used in the not too distant future is it?
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is there any people on this forum that are interested in having cruises in tassie?
We actually go to Tassie for one of our Club runs which is held by the Falcon GT club of Australia.We went the same time this year as the Targa and it was an awesome run with almost 30 odd GT's in all shapes and sizes.For more info check out the Falcon GT website.
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your username rapier, wouldnt be named after a particular gearbox that is to be used in the not too distant future is it?
um nope never heard of that type of gearbox
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Tassie is an awesome place to take a car club, with something for everyone, and the best driving I've ever come across.

If you wish to go, contact Tassie tourism, who are incredibly helpfull.

They will offer discounts, allocate a 1800 number for everyone to make their booking (saves someone all the headaches), make all bookings including the ship and accommodation, and suggest excellent car friendly places to stay.

The GT club goes every year, and I's say it the absolute highlight of the cruise calendar for us.
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I would be interested in Tassie cruises, living here and all. Depends what part of tassie your talking about thou, the north or the south? I'm located in Launceston, Exeter to be more exact, but Devonport isn't that far from where I live either.
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I would be interested in Tassie cruises, living here and all. Depends what part of tassie your talking about thou, the north or the south? I'm located in Launceston, Exeter to be more exact, but Devonport isn't that far from where I live either.
Yeah well everywhere in tassie soon a group of us is cruising up to launceston soon, email me @ tim.ikin@education.tas.gov.au if you are interested
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