RoI meeting in Cork

RoI meeting in Cork

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CiderwithCerbie

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1,420 posts

239 months

Friday 18th February 2005
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The RoI report in Sprint says that it is holding a meeting in Cork in the spring. Since my missus is from that beautiful southern city and we could easily get a ferry from Wales, are any of our TVR friends from the north thinking of doing the trans-Ireland drive? It would great to meet up there and have a couple of jars

Lol David & Orla

CiderwithCerbie

Original Poster:

1,420 posts

239 months

Tuesday 22nd February 2005
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Blimey - No posts Friday to Tuesday - Where is everyone?!?

Shmern

347 posts

227 months

Thursday 24th February 2005
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CiderwithCerbie said:
Blimey - No posts Friday to Tuesday - Where is everyone?!?


:tumbleweed:

Honestly only a few of us check this board, by the time I work down from General Gassing, TVR General Gassing and then for me S-Series forum I'm all forumed out


I think we are trying to organise a run down sometime in May 28th - 30th. I'll try to get more details and let you know.

Shmern (V8s)

rnd

388 posts

238 months

Thursday 24th February 2005
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yes this site does seem dead
Bit like yourself darran hardly ever on it
We are going down south and should be a good outing
I will have the chim out then (v8s will be track car only from April) any body wanting to go from England should give Jackie and Jerry a shout (number in Sprint)
I know every body will be welcome
Ray

G7TVR

81 posts

241 months

Friday 25th February 2005
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:tumbleweed:
wish I'd thought of that one,
but anyway,
hope to go down to cork too, are you bringing the family David?
reckon us cerbera drivers should.
I've just realised i haven't been getting sprint 'cos I forgot to pay my subscription to TVRCC! (every penny counts when you're paying for that cerby) so I don't even know when the cork meeting is.
p.s. new cerb just got oil change at 4000 miles today, so I was allowed to push the pedal a bit harder, I'd almost forgotten that kick at 5700!

CiderwithCerbie

Original Poster:

1,420 posts

239 months

Wednesday 2nd March 2005
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G7TVR said:
:tumbleweed:
wish I'd thought of that one,
but anyway,
hope to go down to cork too, are you bringing the family David?
reckon us cerbera drivers should.
I've just realised i haven't been getting sprint 'cos I forgot to pay my subscription to TVRCC! (every penny counts when you're paying for that cerby) so I don't even know when the cork meeting is.
p.s. new cerb just got oil change at 4000 miles today, so I was allowed to push the pedal a bit harder, I'd almost forgotten that kick at 5700!



Garth is that you?
If I can swing it will bring Orla & Ciara (now 21 months) to the Cork meet. My engine (Speed 6) holding out, but will probably go for prophlylactic rebuild in TVRcraft or TVR Power at end of year (+more bhp of course) .

How's life? Who holds the TVR Kirkistown track record at the moment?

>> Edited by CiderwithCerbie on Wednesday 2nd March 08:23

G7TVR

81 posts

241 months

Friday 4th March 2005
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Think my old record still stands - But Colin will probably say otherwise!

markh

2,781 posts

247 months

Wednesday 9th March 2005
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I thought a silver chimaera was a couple of seconds quicker than the two tone cerbera!!