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13-01-2006, 18:58   #1
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Irish Ford Owners Club......

...any interest in forming above?
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14-01-2006, 17:56   #2
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nought to tell yet...just wondered how much interest there would be.....saw your post on olsskool....any news on the 29th april event ?
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Interesting. I own nothing as exotic as in your sig but it would be an interesting idea
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22-01-2006, 08:47   #6
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Interesting. I own nothing as exotic as in your sig but it would be an interesting idea
very little response to the idea so far.....

ps ALL Fords are exotic.........to me anyway RWD preferably though...)
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29-01-2006, 00:37   #7
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yea a ford club would be deadly, i know loads of enthusiast's but most would be computer illiterate, or don't bother with internet, but ur man doyle doing the day in cork is a good start!!
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I'm up for anything that lets me meet other classic owners,I'll certainly consider going to Cork at easter, maybe a little gathering could be had then for a start.
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29-01-2006, 16:16   #9
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my error...Cork do is actually the May bank holiday weekend not easter....29/30 april (sat /sun)
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HID Lights install

Hi All,

Just want to pick your brains on this one. Knowing that in the UK the MOT have made some huge changes to the Testing.

For here in Ireland, Are the HID Install for cars, here are they going to fail the NCT ?. I have hear if you have the front lens washers on the bumper, the are allowed according to kwikfit.

Im in the process buying HID lights for my Mondeo ST but I wont if they are going to be illegal and will fail the NCT.

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Don't you need projector headlights and headlight washers
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