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hey eveyone.
im not the best at setting things up so for all the info check out this site http://www.ojaspatel.com/nsx/Dec6Drive/ this is a going to be a drive/meet for all tx residents hosted by the texas supra club. you dont have to be driving a supra to be involved but i would like to get some more mkIIs to show besides mine. this is the link to the tsc forums http://texassupras.com/news.php please join the club and especially try to make the meet on dec 6 there is more info at http://texassupras.com/forum_viewtopic.php?5.576.10 this link if there are any ?s please feel free to ask and please join the tscd
 

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come on guys are you really going to let me down like that this is going to be a great drive and we need more mkII support other than mine. please make an effort or at least post something so i know im not being ignored.
 

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You are not being ignored, its just that there's not but but a half dozen of us in Texas on this forum. I've tried several times to get a small group of mk2 owners together but its just tough to schedule anything. Between the holidays is probably the worst time, too. Xmas shopping, holiday parties, family/kids events, business year-end reports, final exams, holiday planning - its no wonder its the most stressful time of the year. I am thinking of planning something here in Fort Worth for the latter part of February since there's usually not much going on then and people can get away for a weekend. Leslie expressed interest in coming from Albuquerque, mabe David and Jason from Texarkana which is not terribly far. Bill , Preston, Justin and myself all reside locally and I know a couple other local garage queen mk2 owners that aren't on the forum that might come. Start rallying the central Texas crowd and mabe with enough planning we can pull something off then.

Phil D.
 
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