Forum Roundup

We haven’t had an update for quite a long time now so I felt it would be a good opportunity to let people know what is happening across our small, but growing, community on the forums.

The main focus of the club are of course, the events themselves. Our next gathering will be on the 24th April, which is a Saturday. We expect quite a few people to come along for the meet, where photos and video footage will be the order of the day!

A lot of talk has been going on surrounding the BHP Show as it is just around the corner. We have a large number of names listed as attending and everyone who is a member of the Kent Car Club forum are welcome to book and make use of our club stand. A few other clubs have been invited to take part in what is looking to be a petrolheads dream!

Alongside the events a number of highly impressive projects are being closely detailed, including the on-going saga of the V6 1MZ engine conversion for a (not so humble any more!) MR2. New member McCarthy is showing some impressive progress with his 1991 FC3S RX7, with a complete engine overhaul alongside custom metal work on the exhaust system. Take a look at the photos and revel in his spectacular handywork (yes he did the welding with his own fair hands!)

A couple of high-lift 4×4’s have started to crop up and a recent show win for JetskiDavid has made his orange machine stand out even more than usual. Full details on this achievement will follow with it’s own complete article shortly.

So there you have it, alongside the ever increasing numbers in our community, the expansion of the forum areas and the general feeling that the club is now going somewhere is really uplifting to see. If you have any suggestions to improve what is happening here, please let us know and please sign up to the forum as that is the heart of everything we do.

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