Launched Into The Fast Lane
 

www.FastLane.com.au website provides automotive articles and press releases from major car companies, online resources, Holden & Ford history, technical help forum topics and buying selling or swapping platform.

April 30, 2005 -- Today, the new look Fast Lane website was launched in Melbourne by RSP Systems Managing Director, Les McVeigh.

Fast Lane has been rebuilt to provide car lovers with articles from major car companies, unique history angles on Ford and Holden and real life technical help via the highly popular forum.

Plus this informative website for the mechanically minded, has been revved up, with a whole new look and up-dated site design.

Sponsored by Rare Spares, Shannons Insurance and RSP Australia this site has everything for the car enthusiast including an online shop.

"A user friendly site about everything automotive, what more could a car enthusiast, street machine builder or classic car restorer ask for?" said Les McVeigh

"Now everything you want is as easy as point and click"

The Fast Lane site's automotive forum is a great way to get answers to those technical questions about your vehicle and a great place to search for those rare parts.

"The Fast Lane website is great, you can shop online and you get information that is going to solve your problems, sometimes instantaneously, like you were standing in a room full of mechanics all at the same time" joked Les McVeigh

Soon people that sign as members will be rewarded with online discounts, prizes and special offers. Automotive professionals and car enthusiasts are encouraged to register for the forums and help share their knowledge.

The Fast Lane website address is www.fastlane.com.au and it is up and ready to go as of now.

 
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