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jammin
Administrator
posted December 17, 2000 07:11 PM
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The seminar will be held at:

Layne Machine
1151 N. Chestnut Trafficway
Kansas City, Missouri 64120

The drawing will be held on Christmas, 2000 and will be for the day of Sunday, Jan 28th 2001.

If you have any further questions, just email me and I will try to answer them for you.

Eddie "the Outlaw" Martin of Stillwell Oklahoma and Rex Merritt will be there....make sure you register so you can be there too!

Who knows who will be there?

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LITTLEMAN
Member
posted December 17, 2000 08:40 PM
HOW MUCH IS THE SEMINAR?IS THERE LIMITED SEATING?WHAT'S GONNA BE COVERED?BETTER CHANCE OF GOING IF I JUST PAY.


jammin
Administrator
posted December 17, 2000 08:51 PM
I would call first for availability....here is the number 816-231-3268

here are the prices:
deposit of $15/person to hold your seat, balance of $30/person due by Jan 10....or you can pay the entire $45/person now.

Price includes seminar and non-alcoholic beverages all day.

anyone interested should make checks payable to Mike Van Sickle and mail to
Layne Machine Works
1151 N. Chestnut Trafficway
Kansas City, MO 64120


LAYNE_Trans
Member
posted December 18, 2000 06:50 PM
I am promoting this personally, and we are hosting it in LAYNE's Machine Shop, so you know there will be some cool stuff to see and talk about.

Space is limited, and saturday sold out almost immediately. I have enough seating for a total of 80 people on Sunday, so once they are gone they are gone and it is already starting to fill.

Get your deposit of $15 (or the total $45) in ASAP to reserve your space.

Eddie and Rex will cover a wide array of topics, and answer all the questions you have about cars and setups. Call the shop (816) 231-3268 if you need any specifics on the seminar.

We will have a social starting at 10 am to allow everyone time to get in from out of town and visit beforehand. We will also have several vendors displaying items for sale, including Wheeler Trailers, Arts Radiator, Jett custom helmets, Waynes Transmissions, Sew Perfect Custom Tailored Racewear, Combs Enterprises, Yancy's Automotive Machine, Bilstein shocks and Martin Chassis.

A full line of LAYNE's infamous and sometimes controversial transmissions will be on display as well including THE ULTIMATE undetectable hobby/street stock unit.

The seminar will start promptly at noon, so don't miss it.

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