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How do I go about organizing Historic plates through the club?


Jasoncauser
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Hi Jason,

SAU NSW does offer club registration as well as the CVS scheme to our financial SAU NSW club members. 

Please see our club membership info here https://saunsw.com.au/club-membership/ 

for more info on club registrations please send us an email at [email protected].com with subject “club registration”

Cheers,

Corinne 

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Nice. A 1980 Falcon based ESP?

Good luck keeping the rust mites away and look after that interior!

Oh and if you ever see and XE ESP with an EFI motor for sale please PM the crap out of me.

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On 04/12/2020 at 1:00 PM, D_I_F said:

Hi Jason,

SAU NSW does offer club registration as well as the CVS scheme to our financial SAU NSW club members. 

Please see our club membership info here https://saunsw.com.au/club-membership/ 

for more info on club registrations please send us an email at [email protected] with subject “club registration”

Cheers,

Corinne 

Hi Corinne,
Just wondering if my emails have arrived to the address you mentioned? I have sent 2 without a reply

Cheers
Jason
0425356454

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On 12/5/2020 at 7:53 AM, Jasoncauser said:

Yes mate

built feb 1980. ESP’s Not sold to the public till June 1980 so she is a bit of a unicorn 👍

Interior is mint all bar the drivers seat which we will get redone.

 

will do on the XE, they not cheap are they lol

 

I worked in the car interior trade supply in the eighties and early nineties, ESP material was like rocking horse poop back then, unless it has been reproduced by an after market supplier since then good luck. And nothing even went close to a match.

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9 minutes ago, Old Rev Head said:

I worked in the car interior trade supply in the eighties and early nineties, ESP material was like rocking horse poop back then, unless it has been reproduced by an after market supplier since then good luck. And nothing even went close to a match.

Hi Old Rev Head,
I have been told there is a guy in Albury that specializes in the ESP patterns and had lots of great reviews, but is pretty pricey. Get what you pay for these days :)

 

Cheers

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4 hours ago, Jasoncauser said:

Hi Corinne,
Just wondering if my emails have arrived to the address you mentioned? I have sent 2 without a reply

Cheers
Jason
0425356454

Hi Jason, 

We have received your email and will endeavour to reply either tonight or tomorrow morning. Please be patient with us as we all work full time jobs as well. 

Cheers,

Corinne

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15 hours ago, D_I_F said:

Hi Jason, 

We have received your email and will endeavour to reply either tonight or tomorrow morning. Please be patient with us as we all work full time jobs as well. 

Cheers,

Corinne

Thanks Corinne.
Email received :) 
Appreciate your efforts

Cheers
Jason

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23 hours ago, Jasoncauser said:

Hi Old Rev Head,
I have been told there is a guy in Albury that specializes in the ESP patterns and had lots of great reviews, but is pretty pricey. Get what you pay for these days :)

 

Cheers

I would grab it while you can even if you don't have plans to do it in the short term, I would also grab some spare because those bolsters on the ESP's ended up looking they'd been through a cheese grater.

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17 minutes ago, Old Rev Head said:

I would grab it while you can even if you don't have plans to do it in the short term, I would also grab some spare because those bolsters on the ESP's ended up looking they'd been through a cheese grater.

Thanks for the advise mate.
Definitely on the cards to get done

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