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Old 01-18-2006, 08:36 AM
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Is this chapter active? I would like to join or have info on whats involved.I have an '02 Mustang GT,a '90 LX Mustang,an '88 T-Bird Turbo Coupe,an '87 F-150 4x4,and my baby,a '59 F-100 Custom Cab.I was just wondering if I have enough FORDS to qualify for this chapter(ha,ha)No,seriously,I'd like to join to share my intrests in the BLUE OVAL with others.Also,where is HQ?
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Old 01-18-2006, 07:06 PM
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no, we dont really have a active chapter, as far as i know. we have been farting around about having a meeting and whatnot, but nothing ever gets taken care of. if you would like to have a little get together/meet and greet, then you could try to get something together. i would help you out with some of the stuff. If you really want to get active in a group, either try local clubs, or look into the chapters in SC, VA, Tenn, etc, to see what they are up too. if only we could have something big, and have meets, it would be awesome.
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Old 01-19-2006, 11:49 AM
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where do you live at Slash,I live in Bakersville.Are there any clubs close by?
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Old 01-19-2006, 03:21 PM
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im down in charlotte. i dont think there are any clubs close by, but i havnt really researched it that much. i would love to get a meeting and club together, but nothing ever seems to come of it.
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Why dont we all meet in greensboro?? (just another option) I know it is a long drive from charlotte. I live in Asheboro It takes me about 30 min to greensboro and 45 to charlotte.
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is there any place between here and ashboro that we could get a meeting at? im not too familiar with that area, but if we could find a place that would interest a large group of people to go to, then we could pbly get a nice group together. maybe at one of the autoshows at the racetrack or somewhere like that, just for example.
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You may want to get a hold of ArtJ66, he was (or still might be) the voted in President of the NC chapter. We tried on line meetings and personal meetings, but we really could'nt get it together.
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I live in the Foothills here myself and would be interested in a local chapter myself.
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We've tried a few times for meetings to try and get this chapter off the ground. The first actual meeting we had was in May and we had 4 people show up. Then we tried a few online meetings (no luck). Finally, we tried a meeting during the Collector Car Fest at the State Fairgrounds which produced 2 people.
If anybody is willing to get this thing going, then I'm more than willing to help out. I'll have to take a smaller role this time around, as my wife and I have a baby on the way.

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I live in the Foothills here myself and would be interested in a local chapter myself.
where in the foothills do you reside?

I was kinda thinking of maybe have a mini meeting at one of the car-shows that they have up at the speedway, or somewhere else. that would be something everybody would possibly be interested in, and might would be a good source of info too. i would be willing to drive a little bit to attend a meeting if a date is confirmed.
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where in the foothills do you reside?

I was kinda thinking of maybe have a mini meeting at one of the car-shows that they have up at the speedway, or somewhere else. that would be something everybody would possibly be interested in, and might would be a good source of info too. i would be willing to drive a little bit to attend a meeting if a date is confirmed.
I Live in Morganton,NC. I know bakersville is near the Tenn State line.Western NC is more spread apart than alot of people realize.I guess the hard part would be a central location to meet.We have a Ford car show at our local Ford dealer here every year at Martin-Fagan Ford in Morganton in May. There's alot of Ford Trucks here in Western NC.I can Just about say that very few know about FTE,I only found it by accident.So I would sasy to get one going here in our part of NC wouldn't be hard it would just time.Maybe Bumper stickers with FTE website or a NC chapter printed on them would Help.
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I had talked to a few people about the shirts, bumper stickers, etc. If there are any items with the FTE name or logo, they would need to be approved by Ken and we could not sell them for profit...only to provide funding for the chapter.
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I had talked to a few people about the shirts, bumper stickers, etc. If there are any items with the FTE name or logo, they would need to be approved by Ken and we could not sell them for profit...only to provide funding for the chapter.
That would be great for the Chapter. The funding would help the chapter grow and as for NC would it be all under one Chapter with regional chapters?
How would it all work?
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Would the funding be for WNC CHAPTER or for FTE as a whole?I guess either way its a good idea.ART66 can you clarify.I'd really like to get a WNC chapter going .
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Would the funding be for WNC CHAPTER or for FTE as a whole?I guess either way its a good idea.ART66 can you clarify.I'd really like to get a WNC chapter going .
Fastford59 would you include the Foothills in that chapter?
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