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EVents 2005 05 10

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Our monthly meetings are held at the Church of the Nazarene above the Mosaic Community Coffee House.

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Unless otherwise posted here, or sent out over the SEVA Maillist each Monthly Meeting is Held on the Evening of the Second Tuesday of each Month commencing at 7 p.m. or there about. Meetings are held at the Church of the Nazarene at 44th St. NE, and 3rd Ave NE, just behind Dicks Drive In on 45th. Their fire damage has been repaired, and they welcome us back. We encourage visitors and members to help support this free venue with the purchase of some fine coffee and other refreshments downstairs at the Mosaic Community Coffee House.

May 10th 2005 Minutes

Heeeeeees Back. President Steve that is. Not going to bore you with more stories of Spain, except to say there take on personal transportation makes sooooo much more sense. Lots of small to micro cars... Most running on more efficient Diesel. and a Bazillion Scooters and small motor-bikes. Even saw some semi-inclosed BMW super-scooters. And a few E-Scooters too....

I have forwarded to our Web Leader, Ryan Fulcher, a few pictures of some of the most unusual vehicles I saw in Spain, for him to add to our Photo Album at the SEVA Web Site. Check em...out.

Had a good turn out 18 folks showed up.

Most exciting news was from Alastar Dodwell, who as you know, has been working with Rick Woodbery, and Tango. Sounds like he is Number TWO man. Any way he gave a detailed report on the TANGO's progress in England at Prodrive. They are the race car folks who are RE-producing the car - by hand - but with an eye on producing at least 100 of them. And the FIRST PAYING CUSTOMER....? None other than the Actor George Clooney !!! That's right ! Of "Oceans Twelve" fame and others. ( I especially liked "Brothers Where Art Thou" ) The pictures of the car, and the workmanship looked FANTASTIC. We wish Rick, Alastar, and all best of luck. ( Wish I had a spare $85,000. )

Other news from the Lacy Alt Vehicle Show, and Electrathon races was good to hear.

And last but not least, to thank all the folks who participated in the Alt. Vehicle Show at Magnasun Park, and especially Dave Barden....