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Old 05-20-2002, 18:19   #1 (permalink)
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Are we going to ever affiliate our selves with the MCCR. Though not many Falcons go to the mccr. It would be good to get the club more attention. Its the size now that we should grow bigger

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Well we do that the option to affiliate with larger organisations over time. It's certainly a good idea, although I was of the impression that MCCR was not the kind of operation that would welcome Falcons...?

I'd be interested in other people opinions on the matter. Anyone?
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MCCR welcomes ALL vehicles. It is merely the Hi-Po, or DECA groups, where Falcons would be less than welcome, unless heavy worked ofcourse
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They welcome anything, however i would not associate myself with them in any way as a car club...
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Why do you say that Sp33dy?
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i have my reasons. !. . but u can do wat u want .. :)
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To be honest, I don't know much about MCCR at all. I just assumed it was based around Jap cars and maybe Commodores. That is why I asked the question.

No matter.
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I guess that affilition with the MCCR might be to soon and i guess it would be better for them to come to you. But why would they want a bunch of crappy falcons there. :)
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Re: Affiliation

I brought the EB to the last HIPO meet and it didnt look out of place.

Then again I didnt go on the actual cruise, just turned up to have a look at some of the other hipo rides at the meetup point.

I spose turning up in a stock EA/EB falcon would be a bit embarrassing - but as long as your car is fast and handles well - it's not really an issue what make or model it is.
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Hey blackeb which HIPO did you go to. Me and ACID were there went for a bit of the run, was insane.
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