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This is proof old-school enthusiasts are growing in number, and that the chance to finding parts will be much easier. I got wind of this meet through an internet forum called OLD-SCHOOL PILIPINAS (OSP), and the number of members is growing fast. In fact, I will be meeting some of the guys behind the site this Sunday. old-school-pilipinas-org-1 old-school-pilipinas-org-2 This site is a great resource, especially for those who have no idea where to start their projects, or for those who just want to drool over the hundreds of photos of restored cars. My favorite section to look at is the classifieds. There are all sorts of things for sale, from rare mag wheels to interior trimmings. old-school-pilipinas-org-3 Apart from what's for sale, the other sections that I find excellent are the car photos and technical how-tos. Amazing how much you can learn. The cars that forumers post on this site are mostly Toyotas, so finding what I need for my Mitsubishi wagon is a little tough. Good thing that there's this swap-meet. Nevertheless, this is a really cool forum. Log on and register! The fellows that I meet through OSP are in fact very supportive of this blog. I will be posting more about OSP soon, but for now, do try to make it to the swap-meet. It should be an all-day affair. Have a great weekend, and see you there, guys!

Paulo Rafael Subido
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Top Gear Philippines' editor in chief is a driving addict, but with a taste for old-school metal. He loves spending the day in the talyer, working on his cars as a form of relaxation.
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