Advantages Contacts who are experts on your car on call, Discounts on Vauxhall parts, Club meets.
Disadvantages Absolutely none whatsoever.
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For anyone wishing to join a club, who runs a six cylinder Vauxhall, this club is a must. The membership cost is a mere £22 per year, and for that, you have the help of hundreds of members, all over the country, who are between them, the most qualified experts on these cars, you will be able to contact any or all of these very helpful lads, via e-mail or phone, and get advice or practical help.The membership includer "trade club" which gives superb discounts on a lot of genuine Vauxhall items from the dealers (2.5 Litre V6 Oil filters one Pound plus VAT) also discounts from a range of other companies.
There is a wanted and for sale board on the websits, meaning you may be able to obtain parts you thought were no longer stocked, simply by posting a wanted advert (free by the way)
I speak as a member of this club for nearly four years. There is a very good quality club magazine too.
Some members just join and enjoy the trade club perks, and are never ever seen at meets or on the site, this is fine, it is their choice.Either way, it is a must if you have ever wondered "How do I do this?" or "surely someone must be able to help me" In these days of sending text or pictures instantly via computer, it is like having your very own Vauxhall mechanic at your beck and call (only these lads have more knowledge)
This club is not for those who want to "mod" their cars with vastly overdone sound systems, ot even louder paint jobs, just enthusiasts. Have a look at their site sometime, http://www.autobahnstormers.co.uk/ and decide for yourself, or even ask me any questions you may have.
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