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Gday guys and girls.

Im new to Skylines and this forum (previously owned Muscle Cars)

Just thought id pop by and introduce myself, Im Josh, bought a 33GTST bout 2 months ago and love it.

Live out in Belco so keep an eye out for me, Ill always wave even if I look like a wanker haha. Always keen for a cruise so ill keep an eye on the threads. I've heard great things bout SAU so Im keen to get involved.

This is the car below, just bought a carbon bonnet and rear diffuser for it, so itll soon change, hopefully for the better.

Cheers guys.

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Welcome! Nice ride mate, looks neat as. Good to see you went the way of the R33. These SAUer's are a good bunch. Any questions or info your seeking, you'll find it here, without a doubt...

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Nice looking car, welcome to SAU.

Please come to some of the events we have on. Whether it be show and shine, drags, drift, skidpan or my favourite track days.

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Yes welcome.

I live in belco too. but I usually drive a stupid KIA van...

I thought you created this thread & was like "WTF? You're not new".

Also, lol @ Kia van

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Hahahaha Thanks for the welcome guys, Seems like a laugh round here.

Scratch that bout the bonnet and diffuser :( Just Jap sold out of bonnets (two or three months wait) and itll be three or four weeks till i get the diffuser grrrrr.

Defintely gonna come to the next gathering, would love to meet you guys and pillage as much knowledge from you as possibly as i know squat about Skylines haha.

Josh

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Hahahaha Thanks for the welcome guys, Seems like a laugh round here.

Defintely gonna come to the next gathering, would love to meet you guys and pillage as much knowledge from you as possibly as i know squat about Skylines haha.

Josh

I'm the expert around here, you should ask me *nods*

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