Breakfast Club 90โ€™s Sunday 07 November

Breakfast Club 90โ€™s Sunday 07 November

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notax

2,084 posts

211 months

Saturday 6th November
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Should be E36 M3, 968, XJS V12 and Lotus Excel with me

ecsrobin

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13,517 posts

137 months

Saturday 6th November
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notax said:
Should be E36 M3, 968, XJS V12 and Lotus Excel with me
I’m not getting up that early rofl enjoy your run wavey

tonymor

1,335 posts

144 months

Sunday 7th November
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ggood. Turnout and some great cars.

Xcore

882 posts

62 months

Sunday 7th November
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Decent turn out, probably more then the last retrorides show! Was there in my shed mx5

Save Ferris

2,498 posts

185 months

Sunday 7th November
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Car of the day for me!

steve2

1,635 posts

190 months

Sunday 7th November
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The RS2 was lovely, but there were so many nice cars there today, great meet and good weather

flimper

529 posts

155 months

Sunday 7th November
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flimper said:
Was a good morning, on the way there around Petworth there was a Porsche of some description in a ditch, hope everybody was OK

jeremyc

19,984 posts

256 months

Sunday 7th November
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Save Ferris said:
Car of the day for me!
cloud9 My old car. Looking lovely.

Harry Flashman

15,935 posts

214 months

Sunday 7th November
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I hope they do this again. I have two 90s cars and in a day like today, would have dropped the roof on one of them, turned the heater up, and meandered down. Will keep an eye out for the next one.

This old girl would have been today's choice, I think.



But were I feeling a bit less 90s drug dealer and more 90s architect, I would have taken this.




Next time!

TheJimi

20,973 posts

215 months

Monday 8th November
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Jeez man, that 900 Turbo.

So. F*cking. Cool.


Harry Flashman

15,935 posts

214 months

Monday 8th November
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My mum bought it new! Been a pampered and garaged second car its entire life. I absolutely love it.

Needs a new chrome strip for the rear bumper, but that is it. Immaculate, but has had Mum (not a car person) make some odd decisions like fitting odd tyres.

Now remanded to my custody and is not just pampered, but positively spoiled.

Edited by Harry Flashman on Monday 8th November 15:28

TheJimi

20,973 posts

215 months

Monday 8th November
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I mean, I love the Merc too, and it would absolutely make me stop and stare, but the SAAB is the more emotive car for me.

Harry Flashman

15,935 posts

214 months

Monday 8th November
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Me too, but it has sentimental value too. Also feels more classic than the Merc, which feels much more like a modern car.

Merc is the one that everyone asks if it is for sale though. Lots of love for the old W124 droptop.