Newbie section?

A forum for new members to introduce themselves to the rabble already onboard. Not compulsory!
Tell us a little about yourself, lie if you have to but keep it to just an introduction, not a car discussion.

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SWFCOnet
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Newbie section?

Post by SWFCOnet » 02 Sep 2009, 11:24

hi i just registered and wanted to introduce myself but couldnt see a newbies section

any way i'll just introduce myself here and if there is a place can a mod move to the correct forum

Hi im Simon from S.Wales im in to anything French Im currently building a 306 rallye track car and run a local french car owners club

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MikeT
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Post by MikeT » 02 Sep 2009, 12:40

Hello Simon and welcome, I hope your stay will be a long and rewarding one. This is one of the best car forums I've had the pleasure of being a member of.

You're right in we don't have an introductory section but there is a chat section and a blog section if you'd like to report your personal trials and tribulations or just idly chat away.

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Post by HDI » 10 Oct 2009, 13:09

Welcome from another noob Simon !! I only joined in September :)

I second Miket , this is a top forum ! I've been struggling to get info to sort out problems on my Xantia but this forum has been the answer to my prayers :D

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Post by Citroenmad » 10 Oct 2009, 13:26

Welcom to the FCF Simon, its an excellent forum :)

Chris.

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canadian newbie

Post by dave m » 30 Oct 2009, 21:38

cheers all, due to an extended drought of citroens in north america i decided to import one from japan. the govt. here permits 15 y.o. autos to be imported without too many hassles. i got a pretty decent xantia with 62,000 klicks on the clock. the car passed all safety and emission tests with little bother,it needed new tires,a module for daytime running lights,and a catalytic converter.first impressions, then thorough checking tell me that i got a good looking rust free car with good brakes 90%,and no major issues.it simply is not a d series ride,but it will do.the cost so far is less than the$ 10,000cdn price of a ratty ds which started this in the first place..........best regards,dave m.

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Re: Newbie section?

Post by Vamps » 13 Feb 2010, 23:51

SWFCOnet wrote:any way i'll just introduce myself here and if there is a place c
hi i just registered and wanted to introduce myself but couldnt see a newbies section
an a mod move to the correct forum

Hi im Simon from S.Wales im in to anything French Im currently building a 306 rallye track car and run a local french car owners club

I am the same, looked for a newbie section, but found this.. :)
So Hello from me, Mike..... :)
I am looking forward to looking around and maybe a bit of banter.
Currently drive a C4 Grand Picasso.... :D