Open invitation. Anyone for a RAZZ?

Open invitation. Anyone for a RAZZ?

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wee man

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746 posts

198 months

Thursday 28th April 2005
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In an attempt to keep things moving on the NW section of PH. Here is a quick reminder.
North Wales TVRCC is meeting on Sunday at 1pm at the Holland Arms, about 5 miles South of Colwyn Bay on the B5113 (Llanwrst Road).
Allthough sponsored by the TVRCC, this is not just a TVR only meet. All "sports" cars are welcome, Chavs excluded.
Sunday lunch in the Holland Arms is a paltry 5, so bring the family or at least the missus.
Then we usually go for a RAZZ on some of the best black top in the land.
So come and enjoy the weather and the company this Bank Holiday weekend and get the car out and lay down some rubber.
Look forward to seeing you there.

PJLarge

480 posts

208 months

Friday 29th April 2005
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I might pop up in the Elise. It's only a couple of miles from where we live.

Phil.

chassis 33

6,193 posts

243 months

Friday 29th April 2005
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Sorry, am down in Oxford this weekend for the Mayday celebrations.

Let us know when the next one is on.

Regards
Iain

mart 63

1,380 posts

205 months

Friday 29th April 2005
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If its a nice day i might call up in the citroen.

wee man

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Friday 29th April 2005
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mart 63 said:
If its a nice day i might call up in the citroen.


That will save you comming to early like you usually do.

wee man

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746 posts

198 months

Friday 29th April 2005
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chassis 33 said:
Sorry, am down in Oxford this weekend for the Mayday celebrations.

Let us know when the next one is on.

Regards
Iain


Hi Iain,

We meet the first Sunday of each month. I will post a reminder in time for next month.

Simon.

saf

448 posts

201 months

Saturday 30th April 2005
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Should be there. Can't come in the Griff since it's still in Wigan , but could use the SKoda , or if I can persuade Chris we could come in the 99T, or if just little ol me could take the Sonnet for a drive.

Decisions, decisions why do they always haunt me.

mart 63

1,380 posts

205 months

Saturday 30th April 2005
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They always will ,untill you buy something with a pulse.

wee man

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746 posts

198 months

Sunday 1st May 2005
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A good day was had by all.
Lunch outside in the garden was followed by a good look round the gathered rolling stock, which included:

A 4.2 Cerb in red, thank you Martin for persevering with the Bank Holiday traffic.

A Burgondy red griff, heavily modified for racing, thank you Mike, a first time visitor who is welcome to return again.

A dark Blue S3? Thank you Angus for taking the time to clean it this month.

An absloutely OUTSTANDING electric blue wedge. completly superb in every minor detail, a sheer joy to behold, and a tribute to its handsome and dashing owner. Unfortunately I didn't catch his name?

There was also one of those Japanese thingys. But the less said the better about that one!

There was also a black Scandanavian present! The only thing to say about that is please hurry Gorners along and get your Griff back on the road Sharon.

After lunch we had a superb drive up and around the triangle in convoy. If you were the ones driving the black Merc? I hope your hearing returns soon!

A superb day weather and good company. For those that missed it? Same time next month.

Wee man.

simoncotton

408 posts

213 months

Monday 2nd May 2005
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Not sure about the japanese stuff, but there was certainly one luxury exotic car in the car park, in addition to all those Russian cars.

As far as the run out was concerned I was there but didn't see anyone else. At the start of the triangle there was this 80's 'block of cheese' behind me on the straights, but when the corners started to appear I thought I was driving on my own. In fact I ended up turning the cruise control off in the end!!

No seriously many thanks to everyone who turned up, including Sharon who's TVR is still in Gorners.. that's commitment for you. It was also very good to meet 'Modified Mike' for the first time, next time I fancy been a passenger in that one - 5.2 litre race spec Griff 500.

Martin, that cerbera of yours sounded very good, were sure we could hear you a couple of miles away.

Simon, good to see you as always, thanks for bringing a potential new member.

We need to get some more run outs organised, any suggestions?


saf

448 posts

201 months

Tuesday 3rd May 2005
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wee man said:
A good day was had by all.
Lunch outside in the garden was followed by a good look round the gathered rolling stock, which included:


There was also a black Scandanavian present! The only thing to say about that is please hurry Gorners along and get your Griff back on the road Sharon.


Wee man.


The words

Bait taking not the

spring to mind. She is listed as one of the few cars to fail the noise test at Goodwood

wee man

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746 posts

198 months

Tuesday 3rd May 2005
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saf said:

wee man said:
A good day was had by all.
Lunch outside in the garden was followed by a good look round the gathered rolling stock, which included:


There was also a black Scandanavian present! The only thing to say about that is please hurry Gorners along and get your Griff back on the road Sharon.


Wee man.



The words

Bait taking not the

spring to mind. She is listed as one of the few cars to fail the noise test at Goodwood


Maybe it needs a new back box?

saf

448 posts

201 months

Wednesday 4th May 2005
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wee man said:




Maybe it needs a new back box?


Back box - what's one of them then

Removed '96 when bespoke system fitted.

wee man

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746 posts

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Wednesday 4th May 2005
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Never mind that. What is this Sonnet thing and when are we going to see it??

mart 63

1,380 posts

205 months

Thursday 5th May 2005
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Is that sonnet the hedgehog.

wee man

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Thursday 5th May 2005
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mart 63 said:
Is that sonnet the hedgehog.




>> Edited by wee man on Thursday 5th May 19:52

saf

448 posts

201 months

Friday 6th May 2005
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wee man said:
Never mind that. What is this Sonnet thing and when are we going to see it??



A Sonnet is a short prose or poem int it?

Now a Sonett (pronounced so neat) is a small VEEEEEEEEEEEERY interesting little swedish sports car see some pics at www.99turbo.co.uk under 546 new playmate for the 99T. The photos were taken the day we brought her home. She's now looking a lot better than that though

>> Edited by saf on Friday 6th May 12:38

saf

448 posts

201 months

Friday 6th May 2005
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mart 63 said:
Is that sonnet the hedgehog.


Sonic squeaks doesn't he. Now this Sonett GROWLS - induction noise heaven.

wee man

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746 posts

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Friday 6th May 2005
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saf said:

wee man said:
Never mind that. What is this Sonnet thing and when are we going to see it??




A Sonnet is a short prose or poem int it?

Now a Sonett (pronounced so neat) is a small VEEEEEEEEEEEERY interesting little swedish sports car see some pics at <a href="www.99turbo.co.uk">www.99turbo.co.uk</a> under 546 new playmate for the 99T. The photos were taken the day we brought her home. She's now looking a lot better than that though

>> Edited by saf on Friday 6th May 12:38


Nice pictures.
never seen one of those before.
Reminds me of a Midas kit car in shape.
What engine does it have?
Will we be seeing it at the next meet?

Wee man.