Pics from Sports Car Meet - 6.11.05

Pics from Sports Car Meet - 6.11.05

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simoncotton

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408 posts

215 months

Sunday 6th November 2005
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Thanks to everyone who attended the meet, great to see a good variety of cars. First time for me to see an Ascari and Ultima - both superb machines. A big thanks to Glyn Jones and David Pulford for bringing their exotica.

Dave - glad your getting that Ultima of yours supercharged, we all thought it seemed a bit slow look forward to seeing you at the next meet.

We took over the entire car park, lets hope we see even more cars at the next meet.




[pic] http://photos.fotango.com/p/eba005427[/pic]







See everyone next month.

>> Edited by simoncotton on Sunday 6th November 17:50

Combover

3,009 posts

190 months

Sunday 6th November 2005
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Thanks for the pics Simon, it was so good to finally see a proper meet. The cars were superb and I'd like to say a REALLY big thank-you to a certain Chimera owning PHer for taking me out on the evo triangle...cheers!

And the noise...

Combover

simoncotton

Original Poster:

408 posts

215 months

Sunday 6th November 2005
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Glad to meet you, lets hope we can get good cars turning up to every event.

The Evo triangle has to be one of the best roads around, sheer thrill - had many a good time (yet safe) up there.

happy motoring

Nick J

1,078 posts

187 months

Sunday 6th November 2005
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Meet was really good Ascari is a very cool car

The evo triangle rocks!! they are some very good driving roads

Cant wait to get out there again!!!

Nice to meet you all, see you again soon

Nick

CanAm Dave

939 posts

187 months

Sunday 6th November 2005
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Enjoyed the meet.

Hope to see you all again soon. I will post some pics of the supercharger project in progress.

Got soaked on the way home. I didn't know rain could hurt so much!

Cheers Dave

wee man

746 posts

200 months

Sunday 6th November 2005
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Considering it is Sunday and you drive a truly Biblical car.
Don't look at so much as rain Dave, more of a baptism.

Great to meet some new faces. The Ascari was also magnificent.
look forward to seeing you all again soon.

Wee man.

markdav744

107 posts

190 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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gutted, i missed another one. problem 1 no car, in hl gorner getting sorted.
problem 2, ive been given a skoda, i aint turning up to a tvr meet in that.
problem 3, its coming home tomorrow afternoon, about a day too late.
problem 4,man utd were playing/beating chelsea. and as a utd suporter thats too good to miss.

i will have no excuses for next month.

red 1.3 skoda diesels are the future

mach

379 posts

188 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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Good pictures, thanks Simon

Really glad I made the effort.

Nice to meet everyone and a real treat to see the Ascari and the Can Am - awesome machines

The run round the EVO triangle was excellent, can't wait to do it in the dry with some proper wheels and tyres.

The drive back was interesting.. What did you think of the nutter in the Fiat Mark? You were looking a tad chilly when you stopped..

Looking forward to the next time..

mach

379 posts

188 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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Sorry Nick

No idea where "Mark" came from.. Still it is Monday morning..

Nick J

1,078 posts

187 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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The guy in the Fiat was an absolute er, does he always drive like that or was it for our benefit?

EVO triangle was the most fun you can have in your car with your clothes on

fingers turned blue so the roof had to go on

look forward to another blast around the Triangle.

Nick

simoncotton

Original Poster:

408 posts

215 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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Nick J said:
The guy in the Fiat was an absolute er, does he always drive like that or was it for our benefit?

Nick


The guys who turned up in the Fiat, it was their first time and they stayed at the Holland Arms with me for a while after you left, so I don't think it was any of them?

It must have been a Sunday driver!!

pinin_prestatyn

59 posts

186 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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Just to say I enjoyed the meet, less cars than I was expecting but it was all about quality as opposed to quantity
I can assure you the "f****ing" fiat driver was not one of our lot, as we all went home after the meet and did not follow the Evo triangle. Much as I'd have liked to, I only had a thimble full of fuel after convoying to llanwrst in error earlier

Would like to follow the evo triangle next time though, I'll fill up specially !!

Cheers all

Matt (fiat coupe forum)

>> Edited by pinin_prestatyn on Monday 7th November 14:22

Nick J

1,078 posts

187 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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simoncotton said:
Nick J said:
The guy in the Fiat was an absolute er, does he always drive like that or was it for our benefit?

Nick


The guys who turned up in the Fiat, it was their first time and they stayed at the Holland Arms with me for a while after you left, so I don't think it was any of them?

It must have been a Sunday driver!!


Sorry guys, just to let you know we are not referring to any of the Coupes that turned up to the meet, it was as we were driving home down the A55 and absolute idiot in a Fiat Estate started undertaking poeople on the hard shoulder and nearly wrote my Lotus off as well as Mach's Porsche. We did ring the police about him but I think he got away.

The only dangerous driving I saw all day, what does that tell you!!!

booker-33

13 posts

184 months

Monday 7th November 2005
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Some good pics......ope I can make the next one