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Want to Help in the Fight to Protect Our Hobby?

Want to do your part to protect the hobby from excess regulation? Kindly consider distributing free SAN informational pamphlets and sign-up forms at your club’s next event. They make great handouts at club meetings and are an excellent addition to car show goodie bags.

By joining the SAN, members receive up-to-date alerts on hobby-related legislation. Best of all, its free and carries no obligations or hassles.

Please contact me at [email protected] if you'd like SAN materials. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to boost SAN’s clout and political might in our efforts to defend the automotive hobby!


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Is this really a problem that needs to be faced? Who is telling people that they can't modify their cars? I've never really understood these people. I'm sure the government has more to worry about.

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Is this really a problem that needs to be faced? Who is telling people that they can't modify their cars? I've never really understood these people. I'm sure the government has more to worry about.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!



yea right. Its all about the little #### not the important stuff they seem to worry about. Take for instance TV Commercial volume.

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My men are here to fight. We have pitchforks and torches at the ready. We have armor piercing and high explosive cannon shells available if the fight reaches that level.

When you lower your iron fist thousands of people will pay. We're waiting for your command; we will be monitoring facebook.

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Forget washington, I can't get my wife to give up some cash to modify my cars,truck and Harley.

I'm starting HAM. Hot Rodders Against Mothers!

I don't have pamphlets though.

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obviously you guys didnt see that mm&ff as well as 5.0 and superfords had these issues on their cover a couple months ago???? yeah prolly not important...till your chit gets impounded the next time you get pulled over for having n20 or a blower and its not approved by carb or it says "for off road use only" a lot of these blowhard politicians have nothing better to do then bother us....especially if they are a tree hugger at heart.

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I don't have pamphlets though.
All you need is a permanent marker and acces to her underwear, trust me.

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Not sure if you've seen some of my other posts about the SEMA Action Network (SAN), but joining SAN is FREE, no obligations, or hassles. Your information is held confidential with us and we only send you the important information you need to stand up and oppose or support legislation impacting the hobby. As Joe Friday said, "just the facts."

What we're looking for is concerned hobbyists who would be willing to spread the word about SAN and our mission to like-minded folks. We understand that many people have heard of SEMA, just not the SAN, and we'd like to change that. We want to make enthusiasts know that there are forces out there looking to chip away at America's automotive heritage and that they must be stopped.

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Is this really a problem that needs to be faced? Who is telling people that they can't modify their cars? I've never really understood these people. I'm sure the government has more to worry about.
Yes, it really is a problem and it goes beyond simply modifying vehicles. Sure, there have been legislative and regulatory attempts to outlaw aftermarket exhaust systems, set ride height limits, and to implement excessive and outrageous noise limitations, but it goes further. Attempts have been made to raise registration and titling fees for specialty cars like homebuilts, hot rods, kit cars, etc. Lawmakers across the country have even tried to enact legislation to outlaw inoperable vehicles because they may be deemed eyesores. A regulatory proposal in Wisconsin even is seeking to prohibit the registration of imported collector vehicles. All of that is just the tip of the iceberg and SAN is actively engaged in opposing these threats.

SAN also works to achieve advancements for the hobby. To read about our successes in 2010, please visit www.semasan.com/main/main.aspx?id=62835

We need to be united, informed, and ready to stand up for the hobby we so love.

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My men are here to fight. We have pitchforks and torches at the ready. We have armor piercing and high explosive cannon shells available if the fight reaches that level.

When you lower your iron fist thousands of people will pay. We're waiting for your command; we will be monitoring facebook.
While we do post a great deal of vital information on Facebook, the only true way to stay informed is to become a SAN member at www.semasan.com/san/join.aspx. Facebook fans of the SAN don't get all of the benefits of SAN membership -- up-to-the-minute alerts, our monthly newsletter, special invitations, and more.

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Forget washington, I can't get my wife to give up some cash to modify my cars,truck and Harley.

I'm starting HAM. Hot Rodders Against Mothers!

I don't have pamphlets though.
Feel free to contact me at [email protected] if you'd like to distribute SAN informational material at your next club event. We will gladly send them out to you at no cost.


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Is this really a problem that needs to be faced? Who is telling people that they can't modify their cars? I've never really understood these people. I'm sure the government has more to worry about.
Tell me you're joking, because ignorance is no excuse.

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Truth of the matter is that not many enthusiasts know or feel threatened by legislative and regulatory efforts. That's why SAN is here - to inform and let everyone know that there are attempts to errode our rights as automotive hobbyists and that we must unite and be active in defense of them.

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I'm starting HAM. Hot Rodders Against Mothers!

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r u gonna have bacon runs?
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I don't have facebook, is there another way to join in?

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wow a website? perhaps you should post all of this on there?

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