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Formal Car Hire


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Hey guys,

Our school formal is in August this year and I really could not think of a better way to turn up than in one of these beautiful creations. So I was wondering if anyone with a skyline (preferably 34) would be willing to do this, all you would have to do is drop me and maybe 1 or 2 other people off at the formal.

Price could be discussed at a later date.

Please let me know if you could or know someone who could, it would be absolutely amazing :)

Nikitaj

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Throw it up as a cruise. Ie get a whole bunch of skylines to rock up, pick the best one to ride in and the others as "escort". 300zx club did this in ACT last year, no one asked for payment - 2 cars actually came all the way from Sydney for the cruise.

Hey guys,

Our school formal is in August this year and I really could not think of a better way to turn up than in one of these beautiful creations. So I was wondering if anyone with a skyline (preferably 34) would be willing to do this, all you would have to do is drop me and maybe 1 or 2 other people off at the formal.

Price could be discussed at a later date.

Please let me know if you could or know someone who could, it would be absolutely amazing :)

Nikitaj

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Ditto that - impressive and fun.

Edit: From memory outside of the person who wanted a Skyline I beleive a number of others at the time decided to go in the other lines.

We did one from q'town to Rydges Lakeside and another from Aranda/Weetangra to the Convention Centre.

One corner comming out of the belco suburb all the lines drifted a little slidewayz. it had sprinkled a lil rain.:whistling:

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I know you said you want a Skyline and plenty of others are offering for free, but just in case you have mates or whatever that need a ride... I do formals (and weddings) in this, 1970 Dodge Challenger 440ci 6 Pack R/T:

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Normally charge $250 but since it's not peak would do it for $200.

Otherwise I have the R32 GTR but never done a formal in one:

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Heck yeah that things a weapon. I miss my old mustang everyday. Wish I never got rid of it.

I'd be happy to do the formal thing. Used to do them all the time on my previous cars. Mines not a GTR or anything just a tidy looking GTST but still a bit of fun.

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I know you said you want a Skyline and plenty of others are offering for free, but just in case you have mates or whatever that need a ride... I do formals (and weddings) in this, 1970 Dodge Challenger 440ci 6 Pack R/T:

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Normally charge $250 but since it's not peak would do it for $200.

Otherwise I have the R32 GTR but never done a formal in one:

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damn you own some nice cars :O might have to get in touch with you for my yr12 at the end of this year about that challenger..

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Thanks for all the responses guys.. I was going to see if I could organise the cruise thing suggested before so i've started a thread in the ACT Events folder.. thats the link for it below so if you think you would like help out that would be great just lemme know :D

http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/topic/364489-formal-type-cruise/

Thanks guys for the offers there certainly awesome cars I'll definitely keep them in mind :)

Otherwise really if anybody knows anyone who could help out it would be great.. I'm just kind of experimenting with the cruise if it all turns to crap then all just go in one :P

Nikitaj

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  • 3 weeks later...

What about a white wide body s15 silvia? My bro owns the car, and he would easily be willing to do a formal run, although it's probably best he only takes one person in his car considering it's pretty crammed in the back. 1999 Jap Spec R fitted with a c-west front, veilside front fenders, veilside sides, veilside wide rears, and veilside rear kit. The wheels will be painted soon (apparently) matte black centres with a gloss black lip. Right now it's kind of princess spec laugh.gif . He wouldn't charge much at all, maybe just a little bit towards petrol. Let me know what you think.

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  • 1 month later...

wow that dodge is awesome, i know its an old thread that got bumped but SICK! my dads got a 57 plymouth bellvedere with the plates MOPAR

Sweet mate, I love the Belvederes (all time fave is '64 Hemi Lightweight - could never afford one!). Great plates your old man has!

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