florida merkur owners

Discussion of events in the South, roughly defined as the southeastern seaboard to Texas.
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Re: florida merkur owners

Post by John Brennan » Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:20 pm

Couldn't agree more. :cheers
I hope this happens. Please keep us posted.
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Re: florida merkur owners

Post by ndustrl » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:24 am

Herb here in Clearwater FL area. I've had 2 XR4Ti vehicles in the past, looking for one currently as a regular driver. I use to live right up in Carlisle, PA and use to hit up the MCA meets back in the mid-2000s (2004-2009) Any Merkur action still happening in Florida? Any cars for sale? I'm watching the one on BAT currently but would prefer a 87 XR4Ti or earlier with the dual wing and paddle wheels. I'm sure I can by later version and swap parts, but don't really want that hassle anymore to be honest. Looking for a complete running car.

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Re: florida merkur owners

Post by cmouta » Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:26 pm

Hey guys, I'm thinking of moving to to the Sarasota area for at least half the year(jan-jun). Are there any track or autox events local to the area? It seems any major track is at least two hours away. drivefast.org events are almost 2 hours away on the north side of tampa. Doesn't seem like rallyx happens anymore either huh?
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Re: florida merkur owners

Post by andyofcolumbusmerkur » Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:12 am

There are lots of cool racing events. Just need to get you some big paddle tires and you are good to go!
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