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Pizza/pie Mac Pass Cruise 16/11/14(Sunday)

luke gtr

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Sorry, thought I had posted this, but haven't been able to see it.


time for another mac pass cruise.

this time were hoping to meet up with the ACT crowd.

meet 1st: KFC cross roads, home maker centre, casula


leave:10.00 SHARP if youre late, catch us on the freeway

meet 2nd:st pauls primary school, tongarra rd/Illawarra hwy



date: sun 16/11/14

meeting at casula home maker centre.

heading straight onto the hume hwy.

turning off onto picton rd.

following as it turns into princess motorway.

then turning right onto Illawarra hwy, then follow/ turn right onto tongarra rd.


the 2 options for food down at Robertson are;

Robertson pie shop.

Pizzas in the mist.

pizzas take a while, but are delicious.


we will be the most curtious of road users.

see you all there.

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Sorry, thought I had posted this, but haven't been able to see it.


'oh gawd, i thought it was over!'

Actually Luke, your OP is stuck in Events Archive - Rofl

I'll see you on the 16th :)

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I really want to go to this im on holidays so i actually have a weekend off and its my birthday aswell on that day but one problem. My car decided it was tired of being turboed and shat it out the exhaust lol so if i get the new turbo in by then ill be there 100%

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I've noticed increased police presence on the pass, something to think about in case you're car might get defected.

There will be/have been a myriad of modified vehicles on weekends, on the pass.

I would be very, very surprised and amused if my local HWP developed enough spine to chase after a club of skylines to defect us.

We only have 7-8 cars in the area, and they never tag team. It would take over 20 minutes for one car to call for enough assistance to stop the club.

Just wont happen. In otherwords defects will be the least of your worries

Not to mention motor bikes....

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