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- The Other Greg -
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First question where?

Second question when? 

 



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Bremerton car cruise.
4 days ago.

I have posted the New Years day cruise for the last 2 years, politely hinting a gathering but to no avail.
Seems we are a lost dinky, back woods place out here.
I guess the 1100+ participating vehicles( not counting spectators)last year, or the 1200 vehicles this year is to small to be worthy of notice to the I-5 corridor crowd.

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TOG wrote:


First question where?

Second question when? 

 


 I agree TOG

If we picks some dates far enough out, guys should be able to get it on the calendar and make it happen.



-- Edited by LostNFound66 on Saturday 5th of January 2019 07:08:07 PM

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- The Other Greg -
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LaVelle wrote:

Bremerton car cruise.
4 days ago.

I have posted the New Years day cruise for the last 2 years, politely hinting a gathering but to no avail.
Seems we are a lost dinky, back woods place out here.
I guess the 1100+ participating vehicles( not counting spectators)last year, or the 1200 vehicles this year is to small to be worthy of notice to the I-5 corridor crowd.


 First off don't hint around us. We are way to slow and stuck in our ways to pick up on it 😁.

I do remember you mentioned it, I just had family stuff to do. 

I have been mentioning Rod Run in Long Beach for years. Yet we have never been able to make it a official outing 😞. With the amount of members we have you would think we could pull something off. It just doesn't happen. But we keep trying! 



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- Jason -
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I'm thinking of doing the Rod Run at Long Beach this year. The Chevelle has Overdrive so road trips are fun now.
Who else wants to go?

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People usually don't like me being direct.(Depending on my mood I can get sarcastic, or be rather blunt and condescending.)

So here is over 11 months notice.
New Years Day 2020 10am-1pm Bremerton Cruisin meet.( north end of Kitsap Mall)

7 months notice.
Nostalgia Race at Bremerton in August 25th/26th

The Long Beach rod run is a little far for me to at this point to comfortably drive with 4.10's and 4500 stall.
So it would have to be a trailered run for me, at least until I do my gear change with the upcoming engine.


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- Beemer Brett - Redmond, WA

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I would like to do the rod run. We’ve also talked about hot August nights too which would be epic. New Year’s Day would generally mean I’m still intoxicated from the night before or at least feel like a turd.

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- Mike -
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Nearly 12 months notice, I’ll be at Long Beach again next year for New Years with the family, possibly San Diego again racing late Aug.
TOG and where set to go to the rod run when at the last minute the weather looked bad and we didn’t go.
All anyone can do is keep posting events and the people that can attend will.

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Westcoast Grudge events at S.I.R.

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- Craig -
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Who wants to put the racing back in tcnw racing? You can find myself or Martin at all the et bracket races at pacific. Even the rare sighting of Berg at car club races.

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- Jason -
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sevent1nomad wrote:

Who wants to put the racing back in tcnw racing? You can find myself or Martin at all the et bracket races at pacific. Even the rare sighting of Berg at car club races.


 I want to race more than once a year but I can only do what my budget allows. I will have fun each time, guaranteed, hopefully along side you guys at times.



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Best Time at Pacific 6/20/2014, 11.96 @ 110 mph.

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- Mike -
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JBSS396 wrote:
sevent1nomad wrote:

Who wants to put the racing back in tcnw racing? You can find myself or Martin at all the et bracket races at pacific. Even the rare sighting of Berg at car club races.


 I want to race more than once a year but I can only do what my budget allows. I will have fun each time, guaranteed, hopefully along side you guys at times.


I do a lot of racing these days...across the house chasing a nearly 10 month old that is off the charts in height and energy/determination.  Sometimes he wins, sometimes he learns.

I'd like to participate in a lot of things but right now that's not always possible.



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- Velcro Jedi - Colorado Springs

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I'd like to come up again from Colorado and race with you guys But it's around $500 in fuel round trip plus it's a loooong drive.  We'll see what's possible this year.



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- Beemer Brett - Redmond, WA

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gotago wrote:

I'd like to come up again from Colorado and race with you guys But it's around $500 in fuel round trip plus it's a loooong drive.  We'll see what's possible this year.


 The hangover last time looked like it hurt!  wink That would be awesome if you came back up! 



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- Russ -
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I just booked my hotel for Rod Run 2019 a few days ago.  I hope to see more of you guys there this year.  

 



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- Mike -
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I vote Mike Aukai’s place. Can celebrate the coming of the Chevy II in warmth! Lol

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- Jason -
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66SSFan wrote:

I vote Mike Aukai’s place. Can celebrate the coming of the Chevy II in warmth! Lol


 That's a grand idea. Do you think I will fit in your carry on luggage Mike? biggrin



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Current combo: 454 10.4:1, Engle HFT cam 244/260 at .050", .570 lift, 750DP Carb, 700R4, 10" 3500 lockup converter, 12 Bolt 3.73's, Hoser 275/60-15 Drag Radials

Best times combo included TH350, 4000 stall, 750DP with 74/86 jets on 28x10.5 slicks.

Best Time at Pacific 6/20/2014, 11.96 @ 110 mph.

79 Malibu: 350 with Vortec heads, Performer Intake, Q-jet, TH350, 3.31 gears

Tow rig: 82 Chev C20 Scottsdale 454

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- The Other Greg -
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Well then, see you all over in Kauai in July. 😎



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