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Old 11-27-2004, 04:41 PM
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How many in OKC?

So im just wondering, does anyone keep track of chapter members??? if so how many are in the central Oklahoma area?? Okc, Midwest city, norman, and so forth...............




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Old 11-28-2004, 11:29 AM
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I know there a lot of members here in the Okc area but they don't seem to be very active here in the forum. There has been no central area get togethers that I know of. I guess this is due to the typical Okie "non-involvement" mentality. I live in Bethany and run with "our little group" of Ford people, we don't do any runs or coffee shop stuff anymore but do get together at this or that one's garage for friday nite beer and bs. I would like to see more happening in this part of the state myself. Tom
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I am here in moore. I know of a few other people here on the south side, most of them are of the "under age" persuasion though, so they will be limited to the bs segment of any get togethers
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Old 11-28-2004, 09:16 PM
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kool there are a few people in the surrounding okc area, moore huh? you might have seen my buddy screaming around in white 78 supercab, he put a 750 double pumper on his 460 and cant keep his foot out of it....then he wonders why it sucks so much fuel...hmmm i wonder....im in midwest city now but only a few miles from okc, after these holidays are done and we get settled in this house im gonna invite you blokes over for beers and bsín, i finally got some pics of my 76 F-150 on here, ill have some of my 78 4x4 soon, and prolly even some of my bus......lemme know what u think, she aint a show winner but i think she looks good with her new shoes on, even if they are a bit dirty.



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Old 11-29-2004, 12:18 PM
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well thats 4 so far, i know ive seen more fords than that around....ive been telling everyone i see with a ford about this site, hopefully a few will bite the bait and this forum will become more active......








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hey guys, here in Bethany, haven't been active due to hunting season, keep me posted on anything going on though
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who is up for some burgers? lets meet up for some burgers at a burger joint in.......ohhhhhhh.....let's say, Midwest City. Ron's over on Air Depot behind heritage park mall (on the other end of the strip mall where CiCi's Pizza is), say around 6ish?

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crap, the first time i see something in this area and im busy....my luck....maybe next time......
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come on people! I am making an honest effort to get together and all I get is a "maybe next time".

I might go hang with my nissan buddies instead if this is all I get!!! hahahaha

no, but really, I do wanna get together with this ford thing. keep your eyes out for a maroon (mostly), black(upper drivers bedside), white(roof where the paint has rubbed off) and gray(primer spots) '68 with a little flame lick on the driver side of the hood around the reflector. that's me!!
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well maybe if you didnt post it 2 hours before we could work it in our shedules, thats ok you get an A for effort.....im thinkin a friday night somewhere would be do-able. Any truck or car shows coming up?? im up for some cruisin' on meridian..............








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