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my first post. glad i found this site as the topics on the forum are very informative. my question is whether anyone has recs regarding ferrari owners club vs ferrari club of america. are there differences? for ex. do both have meetings at indy for f1? does it matter in which part of the country one lives. I'm in Minnesota if it makes any difference. any tips would be great. thanks. rjk
 

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Welcome rjk
i'm sure that one of the owners here can give you all the anwsers.
It's my experience with the european clubs is that they all have meetings, during track days with other clubs or private events.
Can i assume that you are also an owner?
 

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I am. purchased about 6 mos ago a 98 355 spider. 6500miles. first ferrari. had a great summer with it. just put her away for the winter. wanted to join a club for next spring and get to meet other owners but didn't know which club to go with or another way in meeting other tifosi. thanks for the welcome. rjk
 

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guys, I apologize. I'm repeating a question from someone else back in June. didn't see it earlier. rjk
 

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rjk,

I joined FOA and FCA in January. FOA seems to be more West Coast oriented. I'd advise FCA membership. I've attended a couple of FCA events this year. Great group of people and you get The Prancing Horse, monthly newsletters and quarterly newsletters (Penn-Jersey is quarterly. I'm not sure of other regions).

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red with tan interior. six speed. don't honestly know of any extra options prev owner ordered. doesn't have shields. one thing i added prior to pick up was challenge grille and tubi. thanks for the interest. rjk
 

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I belong to each club. Sometimes the local event is good, sometimes the other club is better. Many belong to both. Check out both their web sites for what you wish to do. Most have monthly meetings. Both do go to Indy. In my area, both clubs sometimes unite for an event.

Glad you have you here.

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[quote='75 308 GT4 (Peter)]Andrew, they also have the monthly Newsbulletin you could advertise as well.

If you want info on rates and ad sizes, I may pass that along to you.[/quote]
Peter,
Thank you for the offer. I will probably take you up on it. Which do you feel as a member is read more the monthly newletter or the quarterly magazine?
 

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for many years I was a member of both FOC anf FCA. Both had many advantages... nice newsletters, schedule of events etc. However, I found FOC to be almost totally West Coast oriented...I recommend FCA because they have events all over the country.
 

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Welcome Coach, so i take it that you are only a member of the FCA then now.
And with what Ferrari(s) are you registered?
 
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