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 on: April 03, 2019, 09:03:39 am 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by jjd2296
No one has posted on this site since my last post on Feb 8 2019.  Ontario Fiero's is a free group with a whatsapp chat, facebook and instagram to keep all members up to date on all the local events and meets as well as tech questions (with quick responses) and parts for sale or needed.  we welcome all interprovincial club members.  We wanted to create a central club for the entire province in order to keep the Fiero alive.

www.ontariofieros.com
Instagram @ontariofieros

if you would like to join the whatsapp group please pm me you phone number.  were up to 36 members on WhatsApp. 

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 on: February 12, 2019, 09:03:03 am 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by jjd2296


only 2 years old walker exhaust with magnaflow cat and custom dual ss exhaust tips. all high heat painted with zero rust. have a new ocelot exhaust ss system to install so this one is up for sale

 message me your email or cell if you want to see pictures and discus price. 


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 on: February 08, 2019, 06:41:09 am 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by jjd2296
What other sights? This one? Your reply was the first post in 3 months! This sight is dead and the main group in Ontario (28 of us) is trying to revive the fiero community in the province and be more current. Were on Facebook and Instagram #ontariofieros.

There is only 1 other club in Ontario that is new being niagara fieros, of which those members are also on Ontario fieros group. The niagara club is for a specific smaller group for local events. Ontario fieros represents the province at US car shows. Its all good for the fiero community so I encourage you to join and follow us so you can stay on top of upcoming meets and shows the more we can get involved the better.

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 on: February 05, 2019, 12:50:02 am 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by Dan
Why not just leave it as the Toronto group the way it was, calling it Ontario wide when other clubs exist in the province that are good clubs makes no sense

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 on: January 10, 2019, 07:17:39 pm 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by jjd2296
Unfortunately yes you have to register again. At no cost of course! That said all the old threads are still available to reference.

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 on: January 01, 2019, 10:32:15 am 
Started by c-l - Last post by c-l
Happy new year. May the new year bring you all the Fiero stuff that you wish for.



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 on: December 30, 2018, 08:23:51 pm 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by Dan
Does this mean you have to register again on the new board or is every thing being moved over

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 on: December 27, 2018, 10:11:49 am 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by jjd2296
GT Fieros has rebranded as Ontario Fieros.  We are hoping to bring more members across Ontario together.  Please visit the new user friendly site at www.ontariofieros.com and on facebook at Ontario Fieros Group and Instagram at #ontariofieros where you can find all the info on upcoming meets, cruises, parts you need and general info about our little cars!

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 on: December 08, 2018, 10:47:39 am 
Started by jjd2296 - Last post by jjd2296
June 20-22 in Carlisle PA.  this will be a big event.  there are around 15-20 guys going from the GTA area.  Anyone here planning on going?  you could drive down on the wed night stay at a cheap motel around Hurontario and highway 401 (theres a motel 6 that is decent) and then join the caravan on Thursday morning for the 6.5 hour drive.  the group is staying at the motel 6 in Carlisle.  hotels booking up fast!
email me t jdonnelly3@Hotmail.com if your interested I can add you to the WhatsApp group so you keep informed just email me your cell number.  its going to be a blast were hopig fro over 150 fieros to be there.

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 on: December 02, 2018, 12:15:57 pm 
Started by dguy - Last post by dguy
Yes, the Bogie track is what we have in mind.  I've done two full day sessions on it with an instructor, and was cleared to drive it solo this summer.  Sacha picked up the lines quickly her first time out; the only thing which held her back from receiving a solo sign-off is that her instructor wanted to push the envelope a little harder.

If anyone here gets the opportunity to ride the track shotgun with an experienced driver, or even drive a couple of escorted parade laps, do it.  Flat tracks such as Shannonville are fun in their own right, but a road course complete with elevation changes and blind corners takes the cake in my opinion.

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