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i'm suprised SVD haven't jumped in yet

what's wrong with this club?

It’s conventient, you don’t have to go to meetings, and it’s free! And if you really want you can buy a sticker and a T-shirt

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Db R31(Jason),

Just to prove your right Mel i will give SVD a plug. It's a club that was formed many years ago here in adelaide(and chapters in most states) that cater for the aussie r31,exa's,pulsars,and the ltd edition svd skylines. It now not only has these in the club but in diminishing numbers unfortunately but caters for all grey imports(Nissan). We do all the normal car stuff,track days at mallala,drags air,car shows,cruises,go kart days,video nites,barbies etc,etc.

We just try to have fun with like minded people,keep out of trouble where we can,and get on with it. Unfortunitly we get slagged off a lot by other clubs/people note above,but little do these people realise there is many members of SVD here on these forums(and Mel its not a club yet-no one has gotten off their arses to organise it yet)

Just to prove i'm not single minded their is also a chapter of the national r31 club here in adelaide and there is also SMASA who cater for all types of cars and events, so Jason there is plenty to choose from.Contact the SVD by attending a club meeting 1st tues of the mnth upstairs Directors Hotel, Gouger St at 7.30pm all are welcome!

Regards,

SKYLINE (Kym)....

Member SAU forums.

State pres. SVD S.A.

Member SMASA. :headspin:

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Timmmmaaaaayyyyy,

You and many others are all guilty of slagging us off,we have members as young as 16 on their 'p's,and out of interest is that most people(if not all) who slag us off have never tried to join or shown any interest in coming along to any of the events we run and give the club a try before joining up,so to you all who continually put us down either put up or shut up!!(so what if there are some members over 21,30,40, hell even 50 we were young once and still very much young at heart and get shit loads of satisfaction in using our cars!!!!!) :wassup:

Regards,

SKYLINE (Kym)... :wassup:

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I have thought about joining many clubs and was once a member of SVD.

The reason is I have to many commitments at present so I am not going to a member of any club. SVD has gone through a big change in the last few months so things are looking good for the club. All I can say is go and have a look if it does not take your fancy try Club PSI don't know what is going on but I am sure that some one here will put you the right direction for all the clubs in SA.

Don't listen to people too much about good or bad clubs because they really don't have a clue what they are talking about . They might have had one bad experience with a club or member and that is it. Go and see a couple of clubs and you make your mind up.

Good Luck!

- Edited by Cubes

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n1 33 gtr, can you be so king to name names when you say to mel that some of her friends 'then jumped on the SVD forum and was all nice and wanted to be friends ? ' . Im confident none of her friends have done this. but if you want to correct me, be my guest.

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To Tiimmmaaayyyy and all,

Before this turns into a bitch fight i think enough is ENOUGH.lets just leave it at that and give new forum readers good advice not slagging anyone,give them the opportunity to make up their own mind and not corrupt them with predjuces or i'll informed advice.

We are all car enthuists no matter what every one drives,lets enjoy each other,each others opinion,and more importantly each others cars.There is simply too much shit going on in the world today without getting petty,and besides it could get to the stage where we need a united front to tackel big brother in the near future---- so UNITED we stand!!!

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SKYLINE(Kym)....

Member SAU forums.

S.A. Pres. SVD.

Member SMASA.

:rofl:

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I think he is yet again talking about me timmy.. N1 R33 GTR.. id rather eat my own shit than be friends with someone like you. I can post on any forum I like, I dont need your permission, neither does Mel. Mel was IN SVD and has formed an opinion on how she was treated.

I used to have a problem with the SVD club, when they were governed by the former presidents etc, but now they have changed a fair bit and from what I hear Kym is doing a good job. Some of my friends are in SVD. I guess when choosing stuff like Clubs, you have to make up your own mind, instead of following the sheep.

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The above post is just another sample of SVD bashing which i have mentioned above!And could i be so bold as to ask when you were told you wereTOO young to join SVD???Cant wait to see this answer peoples....

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SKYLINE(Kym)...

SAU forum member

S.A.Pres. SVD.

SMASA member.

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Venting - great!!! The thread title intreagued me, the content well... Keep your politics and predjudices out of the forums.

It impresses me as much as the WA thread that went off a month or so back. FFS

I'd like to comment on the rides in Your Avatars though. The 32's rate high. Mel, Cheeky and MADGT4. 4DSleeper, I hear ya!

Jason - If your reading this thread it doesn't reflect well on any of us mate. Check em out at your leisure and where you feel welcome and comfortable thats the one for you.

The SAU forum, in my opinion, is gr8 and the website by chillam is an obvious for a specific site for your skyline www.r31skylineclub.com

Good Luck

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Your 51 validating my comment

I mean SAU is more youngish and SVD has never appealed to me!

Too toned down and weak basically, never heard anything good about it

I just prefer to hang out with people/clubs that are so strung up on their image ie: you

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- Edited by Cubes: Cleanup

stick with SAU - im amazed at how well this forum has been designed - alot of brainstorming has gone into keeping it a nice happy community... Its also the first forum ive been on where you goto the offtopic section (generally youll find porn, jokes, misc websites/pics, bad relationships) and youll still see tech posts on skylines and various nissans - truely fantastic!

Congratulations to PranK and the SAU Mod crew

- adz :headspin:

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