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    1. #1
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      PSMC2 Registration - Closed

      Registration for the Peach State Musclecar Challenge is now open !!

      Please come join us July 2nd , 3rd , and 4th in Cartersville , Georgia for three days of cars , fun , and friends !

      Friday July 2nd : We will have a long cruise through the North Georgia Mountains with a stop at the Georgia Motorsports Hall of Fame , and then a stop at Amicalola Falls State Park and dinner at the Amicalola Lodge. Followed by an evening of socializing at the host hotel with all the Pro-Touring gang.

      Saturday July 3rd: Autocrossing ,a huge Cruise-In , and more socializing..

      Sunday July 4th: More Autocrossing , fireworks display , and more socializing..

      Registration is closed

      Thanks Everyone ,
      Jeff Tate

      Last edited by Larry Callahan; 07-01-2010 at 08:38 AM.
      Jeff Tate
      U.S.A.
      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech


    2. #2
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      All signed up! Can't wait!!
      Michael Tucker
      Project "Trouble" 1969 Camaro DSE subframe, quadrilink, 13" wilwood brakes, Rated X Rushforths, LS2/T56
      1968 Camaro

    3. #3
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      Well , It goes without saying , I'll be there !!
      Jeff Tate
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      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

    4. #4
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      PAID! And ready to go!!!
      Adam
      1985 S10 - LT1 + T56
      1964 Chevy II 4-Door - LS1 + T56

    5. #5
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      Man I can't wait. I'll will be getting in touch with my nephew and a few others to get their money!!!!

      Here we go!!! Tuck, are you ready!!!

    6. #6
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      I had a blast at this last year, count me in, can't wait. This is another annual event I will not miss.
      Bill

      Trailers are for BOATS!

    7. #7
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      Quote Originally Posted by protouring70 View Post
      Man I can't wait. I'll will be getting in touch with my nephew and a few others to get their money!!!!

      Here we go!!! Tuck, are you ready!!!
      Yeah I'm ready!! Bringing the beat up 68 Camaro again.
      Michael Tucker
      Project "Trouble" 1969 Camaro DSE subframe, quadrilink, 13" wilwood brakes, Rated X Rushforths, LS2/T56
      1968 Camaro

    8. #8
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      Quote Originally Posted by HectorM52 View Post
      PAID! And ready to go!!!
      Really? Do you have wheels and tires


      I will be there with the orange bird, may even autocross it

    9. #9
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      Quote Originally Posted by avewhtboy View Post
      Really? Do you have wheels and tires
      Technically, no. Though the guy tells me they're shipping tonight. Hopefully so!
      Adam
      1985 S10 - LT1 + T56
      1964 Chevy II 4-Door - LS1 + T56

    10. #10
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      Very cool we are so Happy to be able to do this again!
      This year should be more fun than last year. 2 days of auto cross! Yea!
      Thanks to all the sponsors!

    11. #11
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      I'll be there, with any luck running a car too!

      Robert

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      Anybody know a good route to Canton coming south from the Carolinas down I-85?
      Steve Moore

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      Quote Originally Posted by yellowrallys View Post
      Anybody know a good route to Canton coming south from the Carolinas down I-85?
      Depends how far east you are.

      I usually go through the mountains to and from Asheville NC way of Franklin NC, and hiawassee GA on 515/575. I can get you road name if you need, I run it by memory, lol.

      If you are close to 85, I would say to either take highway the entire way down to 285 and back up 75 to 575 to be the fastest. Or for more scenic, you can head accross 53 by road atlanta, to hyw 369 to hyw 20 to canton. There are a few other routes through the hills, but it's been a long time and there were a few others that had little towns with bad setups if you pulling a trailer.

      Robert

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      ***EDIT*** He types faster than me! ^^^^ And has some good options too!

      I think the general consensus from last year was that all the way down I-85 to I-285 then up I-75 was the best way to go.

      You can cut over on Hwy 20 from Buford (exit 120 on I-85), but that's literally an hour PLUS and you're sitting at red-lights and it also gets a little tricky going through the town of Cumming (yes, that's spelled right).

      I suggest that you guys just keep trucking and stay on the interstates UNLESS you just happen to be traveling at 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on that Friday afternoon. Then I just might suggest hitting Hwy 20 which will also be busier and probably add 30 minutes to your trip due to surface street traffic.

      I live right there at I-85 and Hwy 20 and worked in Canton for 1.5 years so I made that trip often. It's not fun either way, it's just whether you feel like seeing the sites or just getting there.
      Adam
      1985 S10 - LT1 + T56
      1964 Chevy II 4-Door - LS1 + T56

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      Quote Originally Posted by yellowrallys View Post
      Anybody know a good route to Canton coming south from the Carolinas down I-85?
      Wow Steve ,
      Are you coming ???
      Haven't seen you in a year ..
      Jeff Tate
      U.S.A.
      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

    16. #16
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      I can't wait for this one! Me, Bill, and Danny will be there for sure!

    17. #17
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      Quote Originally Posted by JEFFTATE View Post
      Wow Steve ,
      Are you coming ???
      Haven't seen you in a year ..
      Hey Jeff, still a "maybe", but thinking hard about it.

      I just want to avoid Atlanta if possible, and looking for alt. routes. I'm thinking like Robert says about hwy 53 past RA. Scenic routes are fine, as I won't be in a big hurry. And there will definately not be a trailer involved. Thanks for the suggestions ya'll.
      Steve Moore

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      Quote Originally Posted by yellowrallys View Post
      Hey Jeff, still a "maybe", but thinking hard about it.

      I just want to avoid Atlanta if possible, and looking for alt. routes. I'm thinking like Robert says about hwy 53 past RA. Scenic routes are fine, as I won't be in a big hurry. And there will definately not be a trailer involved. Thanks for the suggestions ya'll.
      It's a really nice drive across Hwy 53 ..
      Just come that way ..
      It's pretty and relaxing , except in the area where you pass through the city of Gainseville ...
      But , it's small town , scenic stuff.
      Some red lights , but no serious traffic jams..
      Jeff Tate
      U.S.A.
      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

    19. #19
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      I 2nd the 53 route its a nice drive, i like to do it on the bike some times.

      Come on down Steve it would be good to see ya again!!

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      Is registration still open for this event?

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