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Post #1 by AzCoupe » Mon Apr 26, 2010 9:45 pm

First, I was wondering how many FSP members are also Inliner's International members? Just curious.....

We are starting up a new Inliner's International Chapter in Arizona, so we are looking for new or exisitng members. We need at least 10 to start up a new chapter. If you live in Arizona and are interested in becoming a member of Inliner's International and the New Arizona Chapter, please contact AzCoupe (Mike) or 82F100 (Rich) via PM. We're hoping to get enough guys, so we can start sub-chapters in Northern AZ (Flagstaff), Central AZ (Phoenix), and Southern AZ (Tucson).
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Post #2 by 82F100 » Mon May 03, 2010 10:51 pm

anyone??
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Post #3 by CNC-Dude » Tue May 04, 2010 2:00 am

Patrick Dyke's is an Inliner, and owns Patrick's Antiques outside Phoenix in Casa Grande. One of his sons just happens to be working on a 200 small 6 right now. Might be a good opportunity for you to make an introduction to them both.
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Post #4 by Gene Fiore » Tue May 04, 2010 9:56 am

82F100 wrote:anyone??

I sent Mike a pm... :wink:
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Post #5 by Does10s » Tue May 04, 2010 10:05 am

Kelly and I are not members.
I really haven't even heard of Inliners International!

Is it a free membership?
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Post #6 by AzCoupe » Tue May 04, 2010 10:52 am

Most of their members are Chevy and slant six guys, which is probably why you haven't heard of them. But in recent years they've really pushed to get all inliner's involved. When I went to the Nationals in Denver, five years ago, they only had four Fords show up at the drags. However, a Ford set the fastest ET that weekend (see pics below).

So far we've got 6 guys, all in the Phoenix area, so we still need 4 more. However I just changed this to a Global announcement so more guys will see it. Maybe that will help... If we can get a AZ chapter started, we plan to host a couple races every summer, one could be in conjuction with the Nostalgic Drags at Speedworld. We'll also get together at the Pavillions, and possibly at Westworld during the Goodguys show.

I copied this from their website. For more info go to INLINERS.ORG

About our Club
Inliners International was founded in 1981 by four people who shared the love of inline engines. It was their desire to form a club that would bring other inline lovers together so they could share their experiences with these unique, sometimes forgotten engines. Initially, the club devoted itself almost exclusively to the 216/235/261 Chevy's and the 248/270/302 GMC's. Today, the club has a much broader appeal and welcomes fans of 4, 6 or 8 cylinder inline engine of all makes. So whether you are an admirer, collector, racer or mechanic; whatever level your interest in vintage inline engines, Inliners International is the club for you.

Membership
We have a membership that includes the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Norway ( 1000+ Members and growing! ). Membership is just $28.00 U.S., $38.00 in U.S. funds, Overseas and Canada. This includes 6 issues of our club newsletter, The 12 Port NEWS. Members may advertise free in our Classified Ad section. If you're interested in joining, or know someone who would enjoy the Newsletter, just send in the membership application, and join the many who are now receiving The12 Port NEWS. We would like for you to become a part of our great club.

The Newsletter
With your membership comes a newsletter that is second to none! The 12 Port News is published bi-monthly and is packed with information, projects, "how to's", and member only classifieds. We can introduce you to others who share your interest in a particular engine. Our Tech Advisers are ready to help you in solving that difficult problem. Your Membership Roster will provide you with names and addresses of members in your state you will want to meet and correspond with. We encourage you, if you choose to become a member, to write and share with us your experiences, past or present with Inliners. Our Planners article is for unfinished projects, the Spotlight column is a short feature on finished cars. And, of course, every issue we do a Cover Story on some outstanding personal car or special event in which several of our members have participated. In addition, we have regular articles by our President.



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Post #7 by MPGmustang » Tue May 04, 2010 1:46 pm

sounds like fun, inlines taking over!! yaya~

he count me in, i'll be there when work or school don't interfer... and for teh club i think it's a great idea.

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Post #8 by 82F100 » Wed May 05, 2010 12:07 am

Does10s wrote:Kelly and I are not members.
I really haven't even heard of Inliners International!

Is it a free membership?
Later,
Will

Will, I've been on or surfing their BB almost ever-since I've had internet access.I'll be sending my membership in next week.As for the Nostalgia race n April, I talked to Hal from Standard1320.com last weekend and they plan to do another race next year. Looking to possibly have a $500+ to win purse and money to R/U and possibly semis.Got a few kettles on the fire need to go tend to them I guess.
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Post #9 by 82F100 » Thu May 20, 2010 12:27 am

AZCoupe, just sent my membership in today. I also had a phone conversation with Inliner member Gary Light last weekend and things are starting to fall in place I hope. 8)
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Post #10 by Crosley » Thu May 20, 2010 12:37 am

Was a member of inliners.org years back.. mayb 1994 - 95

Under "Liner's Rides" page 3 .... 1950 Chev truck. Black roof and pink in colour. Hopped up 235 chevy 6 with saginaw 4 speed
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Post #11 by 82F100 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:38 pm

Just received my stuff from Inliners International, I counted about 30 members who are in Az.I am going to post on their site to see if some are willing to start a chapter here, will keep you posted.
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Post #12 by 82F100 » Wed Sep 15, 2010 11:09 am

Now that the weather is starting to get a little cooler anyone in the Phoenix area want to get together at one of the local shows?
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Post #13 by Gene Fiore » Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:56 pm

I would... :D
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Post #14 by MPGmustang » Wed Sep 15, 2010 4:09 pm

I'll be up at the pavillions this sat... my dad will probably bring his 40 packard (I8)
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Post #15 by 82F100 » Wed Sep 15, 2010 10:35 pm

Unfortunately I gotta work this Saturday nite.I would like to do a get together at the pavillions in the near future.Fri nites are open right now maybe a get together at 35th & Northern?? sometime. I also wanted to talk to you Gene and MPG about the AZ Chapter of Inliners.
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Post #16 by CZLN6 » Thu Sep 16, 2010 4:20 pm

Howdy Back Mike and all:

My II membership number is #327. But in Eastern Idaho, that makes for a lonely inliner or a very long way to drive to get to a club meeting. I Joined when I was doing a’66 Chevy II with a hot 250. The club magazine is entitled the Twelve Port News- which is a reference to several aftermarket heads produced in the 50s for GMC and chevy sixes (Stock Chevy and Jimmy heads have seven ports. But, Mike's new head is also a twelve port, as are the Aussie and Argie heads, so we can expand the culture, broaden the traditions and the base by joining up. They run heavily to Early Chevy and GMC sixes. But, they do have an advisor listed for both small and big ford Sixes.

I try to get to Bonneville every other year or so, and there are a bunch of IIers there- and they usually have a get-to-gather. Bonneville speed week is a "Bucket" experience- and very inline. Put I on your list.

Anyway, I’m too far off from even Northern AZ, so I guess I'm left to enjoy from afar. Good luck to you ton getting a chapter going.

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Post #17 by Gene Fiore » Thu Sep 16, 2010 5:06 pm

82F100 wrote:Unfortunately I gotta work this Saturday nite.I would like to do a get together at the pavillions in the near future.Fri nites are open right now maybe a get together at 35th & Northern?? sometime. I also wanted to talk to you Gene and MPG about the AZ Chapter of Inliners.

Can't this weekend and next Friday I'm hoping to be racing at SpeedWorld... :D I like the idea of 35th and Northern since it's not quite so far as Scottsdale seeing how I live in Goodyear. Rich, pm me about the AZ Chapter of Inliners. :wink:
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Post #18 by Falconman62 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:44 am

Let me know what you guys decide because if you make an AZ chapter (or need help making one) I'll be willing to join!

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Post #19 by 82F100 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:19 am

Falconman62 wrote:Let me know what you guys decide because if you make an AZ chapter (or need help making one) I'll be willing to join!

Falconman62, there are several members up in that neck of the woods and I know a bunch of people in Kingman ,Flagstaff etc and it would be easy to do something up there so thay could have a get together up there. I help out with tech for the Kingman Street drags and Know most of the Flagstaff Cruiser gang and know of car happenings going on all the time.Would be fun to get some people together to run the route 66 event aswell.I will keep you posted and thanks for the reply
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Post #20 by Falconman62 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:20 pm

Hmmm...well there is a hot rod show every Friday night at the Galaxy Dinner off of Route 66. Just a suggestion. Or there are a couple of parks around I could see what thier scheduals are.

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Post #21 by Gene Fiore » Thu Sep 30, 2010 3:16 pm

I sent in my registration today. :)
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Post #22 by Falconman62 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 1:35 am

Hey if anybody is still interested in gettin together in Flagstaff, AZ there are two cruise-ins at the Sonic on Butler Ave. one on 09/09/10 and the other is 09/30/10. Both are 7:00pm til close so let me know if you are up for it!
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Post #23 by Gene Fiore » Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:45 pm

I got my packet from Inliners International so I am now an official member... :D
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Post #24 by echo1955 » Sat Oct 30, 2010 8:29 pm

I’m interested. I don’t see a 10 count yet but hey every one counts, so count me in.
uhhhh say I don’t gotta race do i.. :P

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Post #25 by Gene Fiore » Sun Oct 31, 2010 7:16 pm

echo1955 wrote:say I don’t gotta race do i.. :P

Nah...but racing is fun... :mrgreen:
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Post #26 by 82F100 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 1:31 am

echo1955 wrote:I’m interested. I don’t see a 10 count yet but hey every one counts, so count me in.
uhhhh say I don’t gotta race do i.. :P

No you don't have to race,echo are you a Inliners International member already?Some of us attend car shows and swapmeets aswell but the main thing is getting inline enthusiasts together once in awhile that are in Az.
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Post #27 by echo1955 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 1:33 am

Yea you are right Gene; racing is a lot of fun. I did all my racing in 57 with a new 1957 Oldsmobile 88 w/J2 on it.

Street light to street light. Racked up 1100.00 dollars worth of tickets before they nailed me. Spent one night on the P Farm just outside of Houston.

My dad said “”well son ya got yourself in by your self, you can get your self out by your self””
My brother-in-law got me out the next day. Paid him back and it took almost 30 years for me to get another ticket. That P Farm was not my cup of coffee.. Image

That ended my racing career… But hey I have just as much fun coming out and popping a cork or 2 with you in the winners circle.......... :beer:
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Post #28 by echo1955 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 1:39 am

82F100 wrote:
echo1955 wrote:I’m interested. I don’t see a 10 count yet but hey every one counts, so count me in.
uhhhh say I don’t gotta race do i.. :P

No you don't have to race,echo are you a Inliners International member already?Some of us attend car shows and swapmeets aswell but the main thing is getting inline enthusiasts together once in awhile that are in Az.


No 82F100 I’m not a member. Never heard of the club before coming here.
I want to join.
I sent a pm to Mike asking what I needed to do next. Haven’t heard back as yet.

If you know what I need to do let me know. I wanted to be sure that national knew I was coming in from the Phoenix chapter.. If that matters??

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Post #29 by 82F100 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:38 am

Echo, You can print out the form from http://inliners.org/ where it says join Inliners on the left hand side. Just put a quick note to Jean that you are signing up to help get a chapter started in Az. :thumbup: What part of town are you in and what do you have for an inliner?
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Post #30 by echo1955 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 8:02 pm

Thank you 82F100. I will get that app off this week…
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Post #31 by 82F100 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:28 pm

echo1955 wrote:Thank you 82F100. I will get that app off this week…
This is what I have: 1965 Mustang 2+2 FB. Drove it off the show room floor in 65..
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This is where I is at the moment:
waiting on my block from machine shop at B&B in Mesa…. :?
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I’m out wid da mules and all the golf carts… Image :mrgreen:
147 AV and Jomax… I have been out here for about 4 years… love it…

Gorgeous lookin ride, Hey I spend my weekends just across the railroad tracks from ya.I work over at Speedworld as the main tech guy at the dragstrip, we got some nostalgia stuff comin up ya need to come over and say hey next weekend( (Nov14th)
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Post #32 by echo1955 » Tue Nov 02, 2010 12:00 am

You can count on me being there.. :thumbup:
Give me a convenient time for you and a safe place to meet.. I will be early not late..

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Speedworld Dragstrip
19421 W. Jomax Rd.
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Post #33 by 82F100 » Tue Nov 02, 2010 9:59 am

Roy, I'll be at the Tech shack most of the day, just look for the guy with The Speedworld staff shirt and Cowboy hat :thumbup: I think Gene will be out there aswell runin his maverick. Rich
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Post #34 by Gene Fiore » Tue Nov 02, 2010 11:17 am

I'll be there...love the fastback Roy! :D
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Post #35 by echo1955 » Wed Nov 03, 2010 3:28 pm

see ya at the Tech shack Rich..

Gene: Your Maverick is a beautiful build. I’ll bring my camera..
c-ya at the track… on the 14th. :thumbup:

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Post #36 by Crosley » Thu Nov 04, 2010 10:04 pm

as long as the junior dragsters are not there , I may show up. After last saturday at SpeedWorld sitting in the stage lanes as golf carts ran, then the jr dragsters farted around, then r-c cars racing, then jr dragsters again as we sat there waiting over an hour .

I loaded the falcon on the trailer and went home. never made a pass and could not find Bernie to ask what the ? was the deal... even Chuck the gas guy was wondering why no cars were run yet between stuff after 8 pm
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Post #37 by echo1955 » Fri Nov 05, 2010 12:52 am

Hey Crosley I don’t know if this means anything or not:
But
The activity billed for 14 Nov is:
SouthWest Nostalgia Drags,
Cruise In Car Show…. :?

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Post #38 by 82F100 » Sat Nov 06, 2010 12:25 am

I met one of the local Inliner members tonite at a show at 51st ave and Bell,has a cool ride 40' chevy coupe with a 261 straight six thats been worked on. saw a few other inlines there aswell gonna have to hit some shows and do some foot work to get a bunch together :thumbup:
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Post #39 by AzCoupe » Sat Nov 06, 2010 1:14 am

echo1955 wrote: I sent a pm to Mike asking what I needed to do next. Haven’t heard back as yet.

Sorry it took a while to get back to you. I've been getting so many emails, I just can't keep up with them. Some nights I'll sit here typing until three or four in the morning, trying to catch up, and I still don't. Right now I think I have around 90 that I need to answer, so it looks like I'll be working on them all weekend..... :wink:
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Post #40 by echo1955 » Sun Nov 07, 2010 5:14 pm

It never occurred to me you had nothing to do but wait for a question from me.. :shock:
The up side as I see it is, you being deluged with inquiries is good potential business..
That’s good for me and all Inliners wanting to modify their 6’s.

Just 10 years ago we had Pertronix and hardly nothing else…. Everything was dedicated to the v8…

Thanks to you the straight Ford 6 has a solid place in show and performance…
Thank you Mike… and continued success.. :beer:

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Post #41 by 82F100 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 9:39 am

Echo, I just found out that I'm not workin this Sunday. I will still be out there hangin out though,Should ber wearin a FordSix Performance shirt.
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Post #42 by Gene Fiore » Wed Nov 10, 2010 2:29 pm

82F100 wrote:Echo, I just found out that I'm not workin this Sunday. I will still be out there hangin out though,Should ber wearin a FordSix Performance shirt.

Rich, you'll just have to hang out around my car so he can find you...ha...BTW echo, I'm the good looking one... :rolflmao:
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Post #43 by echo1955 » Thu Nov 11, 2010 12:13 am

Rich, I will be there between 0900 and 1000.... uhhh dat be 9am and 10 am.. :mrgreen:

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Post #44 by echo1955 » Thu Nov 11, 2010 12:23 am

Rich, you'll just have to hang out around my car so he can find you...ha...BTW echo, I'm the good looking one... :rolflmao:


Say Gene.. man i sure hope i dont embarrass ya but just so uall dont have any problem spotten me..
dish is me before i became an inliner... :mrgreen:
c-yall Sunday: :thumbup:

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Post #45 by echo1955 » Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:31 pm

Well some how I missed you guys.. When I drove up to the gate the young lady gave me a paper type strap. I didn’t know what it was for so I laid it on the dash.

Then about an hour latter they announced over the pa for everyone to put their risk bands on so they will know who belongs there.. well duhhh.

I forgot my camera so I used my phone camera. Now it looks like I need web access to get them off.
Looks like they will be staying there..

That was the second time I ever been to a drag strip.. saw some good action. One guy must have shattered his rear end or transmission but he sure had the power..

Then they had a really cute girl start 3 of the races with a checkered flag. That was cool.
I enjoyed the classic cars there. I didn’t see any IL6 Mustangs with AL heads and a 3 carb set up.

We need to better coordinate the next episode.. I will pm some information that should improve the next venture…
c-ya
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Post #46 by Gene Fiore » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:01 am

Sorry we missed ya!
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Post #47 by 82F100 » Wed Nov 17, 2010 1:59 am

Hey Echo sorry we missed meeting ya,and I did get your pm. Thanks
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Post #48 by echo1955 » Wed Nov 17, 2010 1:17 pm

Gene (check ya pm) & Rich not a problemo.
I first parked where they fly the model airplanes.
I’m thinking I should be able to find you guys easy. well duhhhh

Then I saw everyone else driving through a gate area. So I learned I had to go through there to get to the strip. When I saw how big that place was I thought to myself hummm well good ruck..
There were a lot of western hats there too.. :mrgreen:
I had a lot of fun just watching those monster cars… Thanks for putting me on to that place.. :thumbup:
Not to worry tho… we’ll get there…. :beer:

Ps I sent my application in last Monday. Should be hearing back soon..

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Post #49 by echo1955 » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:20 pm

OK people:
It is OFFICIAL:
I is an FNB member of INLINERS INTERNATIONAL: :beer:

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Post #50 by Gene Fiore » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:50 pm

echo1955 wrote:OK people:
It is OFFICIAL:
I is an FNB member of INLINERS INTERNATIONAL: :beer:

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