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Old 03-14-2004, 07:15 PM   #1
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MUST READ for 924 owners

Well, the 924 Forum on Automotiveforums.com is pretty much dead. If you ask questions here, or post a topic, it's not likely to get answered, as the 924 community on AF is nonexistant.

If you have any questions, or just want to share your 924 with other 924 owners, you should try

www.924board.org

The 924 Board is the internets largest 924 community, and the members have experience everything there is with 924s, from rebuilding engines and transmissions to cutting front halves off of a donor car and grafting them to another to make a track car.
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Re: MUST READ for 924 owners

Hey! It's not dead! Just dying. Hey CBassssssssssssss! So, you are a mod here? Do I have to call you ma'am!?
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Old 03-14-2005, 11:58 PM   #3
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Re: MUST READ for 924 owners

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Well, the 924 Forum on Automotiveforums.com is pretty much dead. If you ask questions here, or post a topic, it's not likely to get answered, as the 924 community on AF is nonexistant.

If you have any questions, or just want to share your 924 with other 924 owners, you should try

www.924board.org

The 924 Board is the internets largest 924 community, and the members have experience everything there is with 924s, from rebuilding engines and transmissions to cutting front halves off of a donor car and grafting them to another to make a track car.

Thanks! I've been looking around for a 924 community. HARD TO FIND!
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Re: Re: MUST READ for 924 owners

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Hey! It's not dead! Just dying. Hey CBassssssssssssss! So, you are a mod here? Do I have to call you ma'am!?
Nah, I'll settle for Miss, at least while I'm single
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rennlist.com is also a good forum.
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