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fabianp
PIERCE FABIAN
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Vancouver people.
June 25, 2015 03:20PM
Anyone in or around Vancouver, Canada who is wanting to get into the sport as soon as possible?
I'm slowly building a car, but have zero contacts/friends/family who really want anything to do with rally.

If you are in a similar position, drop a line.
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MattP
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Re: Vancouver people.
June 25, 2015 07:30PM
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fabianp
Anyone in or around Vancouver, Canada who is wanting to get into the sport as soon as possible?
I'm slowly building a car, but have zero contacts/friends/family who really want anything to do with rally.

If you are in a similar position, drop a line.

Have a look at rallybc.com there is a very good bunch of people in and around Van and the Island. Don't forget the PNW for good rally action and fun times. We have PFR out in Merritt in October, come out volunteer, meet the rally family, get seen get known it won't take long to be amongst some of the best rally peeps I know.



Yes, it's a Ranger.
Xr4Ti, it is rwd and was made in Germany.
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fabianp
PIERCE FABIAN
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Location: Vancouver, BC
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'96 Jetta


Re: Vancouver people.
June 30, 2015 01:06PM
Thanks Matt,

RallyBC is certainly on the radar for sure, and I will no doubt end up there.

In the mean time, hoping to make the aquantiance of others at a similar stage to me: ... maybe a potential team mate?

It seems like getting involved in rally is not high on the list of anyone I know.
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T.Lamming
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Re: Vancouver people.
September 29, 2015 07:04PM
Hi Pierce, nice to someone else locally getting into the sport! I am in the process of building a car myself, specifically for the Targa Newfoundland next year. What are you building? If you ever need a hand on anything, talk shop, swap stories, etc, give a shout!

Cheers,
Tim



70 Volvo 144S

85 Volvo 245 - TSD "rally wagon" -RIP
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fabianp
PIERCE FABIAN
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Location: Vancouver, BC
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'96 Jetta


Re: Vancouver people.
September 30, 2015 02:27PM
Targa? Fantastic!
I hope youre prepping the '70 144S you've got listed there.

Theres been some people trying to get tarmac rally rolling in BC, but I'm sure they have lost interest in it since 2013.

I'm building up a mk3 Jetta for stage. The cage is almost complete.

Here is alink to the build page:
http://www.rallyanarchy.com/phorum/read.php?5,105117,108679#msg-108679

Cheers,
Pierce
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T.Lamming
Tim Lamming
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Re: Vancouver people.
September 30, 2015 09:39PM
Yes indeed, it will be the 144! I`ll prob start a build thread myself once a few more parts start rolling in, and work begins in earnest on her.

Nice work on the Jetta, looks like it is really starting to come together! Look forward to seeing the finished version.

Tim



70 Volvo 144S

85 Volvo 245 - TSD "rally wagon" -RIP
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Re: Vancouver people.
September 30, 2015 10:58PM
just a suggestion start doing your cage appt. home work now its a wait to get a proper cage. trust me..



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