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    Default Fall Rally for Autism Speaks - Oct 24

    Hello all,

    I know I haven't been around much. It's been a crazy 6 months. I hope to be able to come up for air around Thanksgiving, just in time to start planning KR 2011. In the meantime, the generous folks at Wide World Ferrari Maserati have asked me to help spread the word about their Fall Rally for Autism Speaks, on October 24.

    Here's a link to the flyer on their facebook page.

    Wide World Ferrari Maserati's Photos - Wall Photos | Facebook

    Please note, the event is limited to the more traditional exotics.

    Thank you all. I look forward to seeing you again soon.

    Kevin

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    Hey Kevin this looks like a great event to attend. I'll see if I can make it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanF View Post
    Hey Kevin this looks like a great event to attend. I'll see if I can make it out.
    Ryan,
    This is not my event. I'm just helping to spread the word. I think they are going to be strict about the cars they admit; traditional exotics only. Assuming you still have the RX-7, I don't want you to be disappointed.

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    sounds like a good rally, i hope those who attend have a good time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jalpaesq View Post
    Ryan,
    This is not my event. I'm just helping to spread the word. I think they are going to be strict about the cars they admit; traditional exotics only. Assuming you still have the RX-7, I don't want you to be disappointed.
    So you're saying if my brake job doesn't cost at least $8k and I don't have insecurities with my manhood that I can't come?

    j/k man I hear ya.
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    Project Mu Racing Big Brake Kits from HorsepowerFreaks this plus a rear setup and you have your 8k.....


    and you are kinda short and drive a rotary so you must be insecure :hide:
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    Very great cause and charitable event!! I volunteered my photography services a couple months back for the Autism Speaks event here in Tampa. The event raised a TON of money!!

    I wish you all the best of luck and success!

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    Very great cause and charitable event!! I volunteered my photography services a couple months back for the Autism Speaks event here in Tampa. The event raised a TON of money!!

    I wish you all the best of luck and success!
    I wasn't able to participate in the rally. But I did attend the breakfast. They had a nice turnout, mostly F cars and P cars. If you ever get a chance to attend something at WWC, I highly recommend it. They throw a hell of a breakfast. I hope they raised a lot.

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