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Old 10-23-2007, 07:42 AM   #31
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Most members by general area is probably either MN or the Northeast. Most meets for the fun of it.. Northeast.

The unusual suspects:
Highlander - CT
Rubix - CT
Sully - MA
CFoote - CT
1993 SLE - MA
Randman1 - MA
ToastedOats - MA
Black94SSEi - MA
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Bonnie94ssei - CT
Markwb - CT
SSEBonne4eva - CT
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Jimmyfloyd - NY
Singscountry1967 - NY
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BrianJ - Canuck that always seems to be stateside.
Popatim - NY
Oldsman105 - NY
Buickman101 - NY ( )

That'* just quick and off the top of my head. Whoever I missed can raid the beer fridge next time they are over. Plus there'* a bunch more newbies lately.
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Interesting so far. I wonder what is behind the Northeast having so many BC members, and particularly why one state (MN) has so many. There has to be some driving dynamic behind the concentrations.

I suppose the NE being the most heavily populated area of the country make sense. But why so many in MN? It'* the 21st most populous state, and Ohio is #6 for example. So clearly these numbers are not entirely population based.

Why do most people seek and join BC in the first place? I would think mostly because they were having problems with their vehicle and needed assistance. So therefore can we deduce that an anomoly such as MN is due to a higher concentration of problematic Bonnevilles? Interesting stuff (I'm a business major w/ a psych minor - understanding trends is my job, lol)
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Interesting so far. I wonder what is behind the Northeast having so many BC members, and particularly why one state (MN) has so many. There has to be some driving dynamic behind the concentrations.

I suppose the NE being the most heavily populated area of the country make sense. But why so many in MN? It'* the 21st most populous state, and Ohio is #6 for example. So clearly these numbers are not entirely population based.

Why do most people seek and join BC in the first place? I would think mostly because they were having problems with their vehicle and needed assistance. So therefore can we deduce that an anomoly such as MN is due to a higher concentration of problematic Bonnevilles? Interesting stuff (I'm a business major w/ a psych minor - understanding trends is my job, lol)
I think moist of us come here for answers. whether it be for repairs or just good ol fashion go fast mods.
I think if you stick around long enough, you'll see that we all stay for the friendship.
As far as why so many fro mcertain areas, that is a good one.
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Well Now for the ones who feel alone... Try bieng Located in GERMANY!!!! Actually honestly I have encountered at least 6 Bonnevilles in this area... Two SSEi'* including my own... and theres one for sale still where I bought mine, Wish it wouldnt cost the same as the car does to Ship it back to the states or we would uy it as well...

You can mark me as Germany or if you wanna pretend were a few months forward in time, I am gonna be Missouri in the Jackson/ Cape Girardeau area.
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Most members by general area is probably either MN or the Northeast. Most meets for the fun of it.. Northeast.

The unusual suspects:
Highlander - CT
Rubix - CT
Sully - MA
CFoote - CT
1993 SLE - MA
Randman1 - MA
ToastedOats - MA
Black94SSEi - MA
95SEand78Z28
Bonnie94ssei - CT
Markwb - CT
SSEBonne4eva - CT
Gumball - MA
Badnit - NY
Jimmyfloyd - NY
Singscountry1967 - NY
Technical Ted - NY
BrianJ - Canuck that always seems to be stateside.
Popatim - NY
Oldsman105 - NY
Buickman101 - NY ( )

That'* just quick and off the top of my head. Whoever I missed can raid the beer fridge next time they are over. Plus there'* a bunch more newbies lately.
Forgot about TJ Upstate NY here, can throw a stone and hit vermont or canada.

PS- Guess beer is on you next time i am in conn.
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...&highlight=map

i wonder who unstickied it.

BTW, this link is to an old topic, you bump it, you will annoy the big wigs.
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Monroeville, Pa. About 15 miles east of Pittsburgh.
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=42009&highlight=map

i wonder who unstickied it.

BTW, this link is to an old topic, you bump it, you will annoy the big wigs.
not to worry
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I believe I'm #2 for Indiana in this thread. There aren't to many of us. I'm one of the only Active members in NW Indiana
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