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\r\n Hello Everybuddy,
\r\nI\'m new to rally ... that is to say ... I haven\'t done it myself but I\'m hoping to change that. Probably like a lot of you, I\'ve played rally video games for years and in Michigan winters I look for places to get sideways on the snow. Last fall I went up to Houghton to see the LSPR and I\'m hoping to get down to Ohio next weekend.
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\r\nNow I want to get a car and start doing some rally-cross. I know about the SCCA Detroit and SCCA West Michigan clubs. Does anyone know of any other similar clubs to get some real wheel-time in? (Dirtfish and O\'Neil Rally School are not an option ... unless I hit that Powerball) Also, I\'m looking for any suggestions on a good starter vehicle. I have been scouring craigslist to no avail. There have been a few possibilities, but the objective is to get into something for cheap ... really cheap ... between 1000 - 1500 ... but a platform that can be built up and maybe even make it to a rally in a few years. The classified section here looks like a huge possibility too so I\'m checking out the posts there as well but again I don\'t have much to spend and it looks like a lot of the ads are from people who have put some real money and work into vehicles and so there aren\'t a whole lot of dirt cheap options.
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\r\nThanks ... and any other advice or information you might have for a noob would be greatly welcomed.
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      Default Paul from MI ... ALL RIGHT LETS DO THIS ... LEROOOOOY JENKINS

      Hello Everybuddy,
      I'm new to rally ... that is to say ... I haven't done it myself but I'm hoping to change that. Probably like a lot of you, I've played rally video games for years and in Michigan winters I look for places to get sideways on the snow. Last fall I went up to Houghton to see the LSPR and I'm hoping to get down to Ohio next weekend.

      Now I want to get a car and start doing some rally-cross. I know about the SCCA Detroit and SCCA West Michigan clubs. Does anyone know of any other similar clubs to get some real wheel-time in? (Dirtfish and O'Neil Rally School are not an option ... unless I hit that Powerball) Also, I'm looking for any suggestions on a good starter vehicle. I have been scouring craigslist to no avail. There have been a few possibilities, but the objective is to get into something for cheap ... really cheap ... between 1000 - 1500 ... but a platform that can be built up and maybe even make it to a rally in a few years. The classified section here looks like a huge possibility too so I'm checking out the posts there as well but again I don't have much to spend and it looks like a lot of the ads are from people who have put some real money and work into vehicles and so there aren't a whole lot of dirt cheap options.

      Thanks ... and any other advice or information you might have for a noob would be greatly welcomed.

      -Paul

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