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Sau Vic Show & Shine - 15Th Feb 2014


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SAU VIC are proud to present our annual Show & Shine, along with our sponsors - MICOLOUR & SAUVIC TV!

Sat 15th February 2014

Como Park North in South Yarra

Starting 10am finish 3pm

http://goo.gl/maps/QQ27n

So save the date & start polishing those rides!

Entry is free to all current SAU VIC members, if you're not a member why not join?
Spectators welcome but only current SAU VIC members will be able to show their cars.

To shake things up a bit, entries will be voted on by a panel of judges selected by the executive committee


The prizes up for grabs:

6 Appreciation trophies
1 Best in show trophy + $150 in fuel
2 Sponsor awarded trophies

More details re: how to enter to follow
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Non Members can become a member at this event and current members can of course renew.

NEW MEMBERSHIP AND RENEWAL PRICES

NEW MEMBERS: $50(Usually $70)

RENEWAL: $50

3 YEAR RENEWAL: $120

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Non Members can become a member at this event and current members can of course renew.

NEW MEMBERSHIP AND RENEWAL PRICES

NEW MEMBERS: $50(Usually $70)

RENEWAL: $50

3 YEAR RENEWAL: $120

What happens if I recently transferred $70? :/

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I think Richo is re-doing the class awards this year

So don't think I will :(

Maybe if Richo squeezed in a GTT class :P

I'm aiming for the voting this year to cater for a broader car audience (as not all of you have S and R chassis cars). While at the same time solving some of the voting issues. EG if there are three killer R34's that you really like, which one do you vote for (well you want to vote for all of them).

All you 4 door and VQ guys need not despair this year, similarly all those peasants with Evo's.

So yes, entirely classless this year.

However, all the awards will be presented on the day. So for the lucky ones you will drive away with some silverware.

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