RE: Bicester Heritage Sunday Service 05/01

RE: Bicester Heritage Sunday Service 05/01

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BangernomicsAndy

24 posts

91 months

Sunday 5th January
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Fantastic day out and thanks again for PH for organising our access to this event and the PH team who worked today. We managed to bag parking with PH and as usual saw a great selection of cars from within the community even if the weather was a bit “fresh”. Just a couple of pics I took to show how busy it was and the mad exhaust on this car although I didn’t know what it was.




BangernomicsAndy

24 posts

91 months

Sunday 5th January
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tonymor

1,125 posts

121 months

Sunday 5th January
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Great event as always so much variety

ecain63

9,970 posts

124 months

Monday 6th January
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Welshbeef said:
A34 Northbound south of M4 I saw


Lotus Elise blue with nice spoiler
This one?


Byker28i

21,268 posts

166 months

Monday 6th January
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BangernomicsAndy said:
Fantastic day out and thanks again for PH for organising our access to this event and the PH team who worked today. We managed to bag parking with PH and as usual saw a great selection of cars from within the community even if the weather was a bit “fresh”. Just a couple of pics I took to show how busy it was and the mad exhaust on this car although I didn’t know what it was.



He was there last year when we got him to start it and explain it. From memory it's two Jaguar engines mated together to make a 12 cylinder and he made everything himself, the mating adapter, exhaust, absolutely everything scratch build on a modified landrover chassis. It's amazingly loud

ecain63

9,970 posts

124 months

Monday 6th January
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Probably the best meet I've been to in years. Very many thanks to PH and Bicester Heritage for the opportunity.

Too many pics to post, but here's a couple.

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Welshbeef

38,702 posts

147 months

Monday 6th January
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ecain63 said:
Welshbeef said:
A34 Northbound south of M4 I saw


Lotus Elise blue with nice spoiler
This one?

Didn’t see the number plate but that looks identical colour - lovely thing.

tarkm

2 posts

44 months

Monday 6th January
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F40, 959, GT40, Type 35, DB6, D Type ... Just a jumble of letters and numbers to the uninitiated, but to anyone with petrol coursing through their veins these embody a lifetime of dreams and bedroom wall posters. Just some of the very special cars on show at yesterdays Sunday Service.

One of the best I've been to ... great work by the PH team in securing this one !

Joyrider1

2,738 posts

120 months

Monday 6th January
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tarkm said:
F40, 959, GT40, Type 35, DB6, D Type ... Just a jumble of letters and numbers to the uninitiated, but to anyone with petrol coursing through their veins these embody a lifetime of dreams and bedroom wall posters. Just some of the very special cars on show at yesterdays Sunday Service.
Not forgetting of course the Citroen with a surfboard laugh Great show as always, got to be my favourite car meet as you never know what you'll see - would be happy just to go and walk around the car park


ecain63

9,970 posts

124 months

Monday 6th January
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Welshbeef said:
ecain63 said:
Welshbeef said:
A34 Northbound south of M4 I saw


Lotus Elise blue with nice spoiler
This one?

Didn’t see the number plate but that looks identical colour - lovely thing.
For future ref: Exige 410 Sport wink

nigelpugh7

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3,987 posts

139 months

Monday 6th January
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Yep another good morning out, but this happened on the way home because I’m stupid!


nigelpugh7

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3,987 posts

139 months

Monday 6th January
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Oh and thanks to PH for featuring us on the Facebook pictures too!


nigelpugh7

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3,987 posts

139 months

Monday 6th January
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And sorry, one more thing, thanks to Ben for the stickers too!

They were fitted before we left!


mikey P 500

1,114 posts

136 months

Monday 6th January
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Thanks pistonheads for arranging this, I would echo this is probably the best car meet there is anywhere these days. Such a wide variety of cars shown (both pre 90s area and fields outside). Please get a pistonheads section/discount for some of the other scramble events during year if poss.

Matt97

526 posts

77 months

Monday 6th January
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Thanks to Pistonheads for a great morning. A huge variety of cars on display & the carpark was just as interesting. We even had to stop a runaway Austin from crashing into the gt350 that was parked outside the Legends building. Once we'd put it in gear I went over to the stand the car was part of & informed the staff who didn't seem bothered or appreciative of what had happened which I was rather surprised about!

Raddors

395 posts

97 months

Monday 6th January
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Thanks to Jack, Ben and team for an excellent morning! As others have said the Scramble is such a great event. It felt a lot busier than last year so it will be great if Pistonheads continues to have this on the SS calendar.

gaurav_aidasani

13 posts

49 months

Monday 6th January
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Fantastic day out despite the weather. Even my missus who hates cars enjoyed it and my 6 month daughter didn’t make a fuss either!! Thanks for organising and looking forward to a summer event at Bicester Heritage.

Some proper unicorns at the event!

unsprung

3,985 posts

73 months

Tuesday 7th January
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Some marvelous motors!

Both the PH snapshots and those contributed in the thread by readers.

Thanks, all.


supermanraf

266 posts

130 months

Tuesday 7th January
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Great day out, I got herded into the field behind the Pistonheads parking, so didnt get to see everyone, but it was a very enjoyable day. Glad everyone else enjoyed themselves anyway!

Byker28i

21,268 posts

166 months

Tuesday 7th January
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Did anyone else see this - now thats a great build biggrin