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 Post subject: EOI: SYDNEY CRUISE
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2013, 00:10 
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Hey guys,

My car is now back on the road and just wondering if any Sydney cordia owners would be interested in a cruise :) Post in here and lets organise something! :)

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PostPosted: 24 Jan 2013, 15:29 
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I would love to meet up, only ever seen one other Cordia on the road apart from mine :(

Mine hasn't been fully engineered so wouldn't want to stray too far from home (Coogee)

Well done getting her back on the road :)

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PostPosted: 24 Jan 2013, 23:41 
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If i'm not working i'm keen. I suggest a run through the national park.

A good run is down the M5, then picton road to mt ousley, turn off mt ousley just after bulli pass towards helensburgh taking the old way which leads to bald hill, through the natios and exit at waterfall or continue to the park exit nearer sutherland. Just a thought though....would just prefer to stay away from too much traffic especially if it's a hot day.


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Mine hasn't been fully engineered so wouldn't want to stray too far from home (Coogee)


Don't worry about that too much. I've got a 2L in mine as well. As long as we don't drive stupid and bring unnecessary attention to ourselves.....although 3 or more cordias in one place might be a bit suspicious on it's own these days :)


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If i'm not working i'm keen. I suggest a run through the national park.

A good run is down the M5, then picton road to mt ousley, turn off mt ousley just after bulli pass towards helensburgh taking the old way which leads to bald hill, through the natios and exit at waterfall or continue to the park exit nearer sutherland. Just a thought though....would just prefer to stay away from too much traffic especially if it's a hot day.


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Mine hasn't been fully engineered so wouldn't want to stray too far from home (Coogee)


Don't worry about that too much. I've got a 2L in mine as well. As long as we don't drive stupid and bring unnecessary attention to ourselves.....although 3 or more cordias in one place might be a bit suspicious on it's own these days :)



There will be alot of attention if theres a bunch of cordias cruising. Especially now my cars on airbags, that saying I don;t think a nasho run would be suitable for my car i'm more thinking a nice drive to wollongong the coast or some beach, nice easy cruise. Anyone else interested?

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PostPosted: 09 Feb 2013, 13:28 
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sounds good boys, whens it going down


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