March Wagon (i mean club) meeting

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March Wagon (i mean club) meeting

Post by 5teN » 14 Mar 2004 22:11

Here is a picture from the club meeting just this saturday! HOLY WAGONS!
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Post by GTstyle » 14 Mar 2004 22:38

I thought it was funny that all the 510's that showed up were wagons, yet people say they're not around.

You guys have a nice club going. Hopefully 1 of these days I'll show up @ a meet w/ a 510 :roll: .

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Post by 510Freak » 15 Mar 2004 04:27

sweet :)
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Post by supersportsedan » 15 Mar 2004 05:07

great pics, Spencer. Let's hope we get that kind of a wagon turnout for cannonballs!

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Post by Byron510 » 15 Mar 2004 06:58

It was pretty cool to see the turnout at the meeting. I believe there were two sedans there earlier in the evening, but they left before the meeting re-convened in the parking lot!
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Post by bertvorgon » 15 Mar 2004 07:03

That would be good if we get wagons out on the Cannonballs, I need some one to carry all my extra Av-Gas!! Wagons have a soft spot in my heart, my FIRST two Datsuns were wagons. Still have my original bill of sale from my first one.
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Post by Byron510 » 15 Mar 2004 07:06

Turbo wagon's, back in the day I hear!!
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Post by gooned » 16 Mar 2004 14:04

those pics aren't really helping with my withdrawl(sp?) 'know what i mean?

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Post by Byron510 » 16 Mar 2004 16:46

If it helps Jay, I'd love to feel the acceleration of your Nissawooshi when the boost goes somewhere north of 12 psi, or even enjoy half the G's you can pull around the carousal at SIR, or the imprints of the fabric left on your shoulders from those monstrous brakes used on any given corner.....I think I'm envious while driving my wife’s 1600 auto on winter skins! Beside, you also win; you have a son now, and that counts for way more. :-)
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Post by gooned » 16 Mar 2004 18:47

Byron510 wrote:If it helps Jay, I'd love to feel the acceleration of your Nissawooshi when the boost goes somewhere north of 12 psi, or even enjoy half the G's you can pull around the carousal at SIR, or the imprints of the fabric left on your shoulders from those monstrous brakes used on any given corner.....I think I'm envious while driving my wife’s 1600 auto on winter skins! Beside, you also win; you have a son now, and that counts for way more. :-)
umm yeah the nissawooshi is a nice toy-when i can afford it-but josh definetly is the main event :D
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Post by bertvorgon » 16 Mar 2004 19:04

CUTE KID!!! Yes, my 1972 wagon was Turbo-charged, that is were Dick Garrets kit first landed. Man, that was a LONGGGG time ago.
Byron, I must give you a ride in my car this year.
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Post by 5teN » 16 Mar 2004 19:54

gooned wrote:
Byron510 wrote:If it helps Jay, I'd love to feel the acceleration of your Nissawooshi when the boost goes somewhere north of 12 psi, or even enjoy half the G's you can pull around the carousal at SIR, or the imprints of the fabric left on your shoulders from those monstrous brakes used on any given corner.....I think I'm envious while driving my wife’s 1600 auto on winter skins! Beside, you also win; you have a son now, and that counts for way more. :-)
umm yeah the nissawooshi is a nice toy-when i can afford it-but josh definetly is the main event :D
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Post by Byron510 » 16 Mar 2004 21:24

woooho yeah, I'll definately take you up on that offer!
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Post by stuffedbluebird » 16 Mar 2004 22:51

I cant wait to get my wagon finished so I can come down for some meets...

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Post by rnorrish » 18 Mar 2004 23:41

how was Jay's wagon there?!

did it sell? i need details...
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