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On November 13, the FIA released a list of cars which have had their homologations extended. One of the cars of note is the EVO VI, which was due to end on 12/31/2005, but has been extended until the end of 2007. EVO 6's can be had pretty reasonably, so this is good news for those considering a competitive group N car.

http://www.fia.com/resources/documents/1578299083__Homologation_Extension.pdf

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>On November 13, the FIA released a list of cars which have
>had their homologations extended. One of the cars of note
>is the EVO VI, which was due to end on 12/31/2005, but has
>been extended until the end of 2007. EVO 6's can be had
>pretty reasonably, so this is good news for those
>considering a competitive group N car.
>
>http://www.fia.com/resources/documents/1578299083__Homologation_Extension.pdf
>
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Am I correct in thinking that 5585 is the Evo V/VI and 5559 is the Evo IV?

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Wow, that's cool! I wish I had 35K so I could buy George Plsek's N car and run it 'till the end of 2007! I wish I would have studied more instead of skiing!
 

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After my OZ trip I have to say that I am absolutely in love with Group N cars. But like real WRC/FIA Group N cars, not the shady ones out here (since it's hard and all to have a real Group N when we don't get any love from the FIA). They are so sweet and fast and there's always a good fight between their drivers.

Though, just to represent, it's all about Group F!

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