ya, they said that it came with "cca" badging, but i got a sticker and a card. I havent got my first roundel yet, which is a kickass BMW mag that the company makes. The main thing i joined it for was th4e driving school, but i dont know when it is.
Originally posted by MikePayne+Sep 1 2004, 12:13 AM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (MikePayne @ Sep 1 2004, 12:13 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-'89 635 csi@Sep 1 2004, 12:10 AM No, you don't have to owm a BMW to join!
True, But imagine this situation.
M3 Guy: Hey thats a...interesting looking car you got there
RICER: Yea i just put a 4 foot wing and flo master exhaust
M3 GUY: Right...Wanna race some time?
RICER: Nope this car is only for show
M3 Guy: Ok, ill compete with you in a competition.
RICER: No this car is only for racing
M3 GUY: ah ok, what is the 0-60 time on that car? with and without the shopping cart handle [/b][/quote]
what??? the reason i asked is because, i will be getting one in a few months, i'll probably wait till i actually buy one, i checked out the website of the hoosier chapter, seems like it will be lots of fun to join
I bought the membership for $40, and about a week later I went to get my dinan cai and dinan front tower strut bar ($900 together), and because of the membership, I saved $90 on the spot for it. Over doubled the cost of membership in savings.
If you're planning on doing serious upgrading to your car, the CCA is the way to go. Plus you get a nice window decal for it. :P
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