Bicester Scramble Jan 2021

Bicester Scramble Jan 2021

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MHT223

190 posts

174 months

Saturday 5th June
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If any one has a spare single for Sunday please let me know smile

tonymor

1,247 posts

138 months

Saturday 5th June
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Brilliant day fewer people fewer exhibits but still to be recommended.

kevinon

320 posts

26 months

Saturday 5th June
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MHT223 said:
If any one has a spare single for Sunday please let me know smile
Hi - sending you an email now

Kevin

toastyhamster

1,233 posts

62 months

Saturday 5th June
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tonymor said:
Brilliant day fewer people fewer exhibits but still to be recommended.
We went today, first time for me and my two boys, wasn't really sure what to expect. Wandering round the heritage centre is definitely very nice, and I would have loved to have spent more time there but it was all very static and the kids were bored stiff inside 15 minutes. Won't bother taking them again (bit of a trek as well, 3 hour round trip). Stayed over an hour, and there were some lovely cars, big Bentley's, more GT40s than I've ever seen, a nice blue /white classic Ferrari "something" that drove around a bit mid-morning. Could have done with more bikes, Series A HRD was the highlight there and the RD350 YPVS I saw on the way in had gone by the time we got to it.

Wishing I'd taken a card from the guy doing the F1 painting, anybody know who that is?



B'stard Child

22,348 posts

212 months

Saturday 5th June
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toastyhamster said:
Wishing I'd taken a card from the guy doing the F1 painting, anybody know who that is?
No idea but I’m going tomorrow with a few of the barge 1-5 large group - If I see him I’ll grab a card and pm you the details

B'stard Child

22,348 posts

212 months

Saturday 5th June
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kevinon said:
MHT223 said:
If any one has a spare single for Sunday please let me know smile
Hi - sending you an email now

Kevin
Thanks Kevin - I’m taking some parts for Mark and that saves me a detour to drop them off if we are both at the event

andyc123_123

44 posts

60 months

Saturday 5th June
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Really great day today, first time attending and would certainly go again. The weather certainly helped! A great turnout and a really well organised event.

A couple of pictures below whilst I edit some of the others;

IMG_0193 by ANDREW COLLINS, on Flickr

IMG_0227 by ANDREW COLLINS, on Flickr

IMG_0236 by ANDREW COLLINS, on Flickr

IMG_0247 by ANDREW COLLINS, on Flickr

toastyhamster

1,233 posts

62 months

Saturday 5th June
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B'stard Child said:
toastyhamster said:
Wishing I'd taken a card from the guy doing the F1 painting, anybody know who that is?
No idea but I’m going tomorrow with a few of the barge 1-5 large group - If I see him I’ll grab a card and pm you the details
Ta, he had a black Merc one on the go and a few for sale at about 225, a Renault top view, a couple of modern Silverstones and a nice Mansell in red 5.

Mr.Grooler

1,089 posts

191 months

Saturday 5th June
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This chap I think
www.formulaart.co.uk

We had a fantastic day today; what a wonderful collection of cars and a lovely place to wander round in the sunshine. Enjoy if you are going tomorrow!

V41LEY

2,638 posts

204 months

Sunday 6th June
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I have a spare ticket for Sunday if anyone is interested.

Can leave it on the door for collection.


Edited by V41LEY on Sunday 6th June 09:59

nicklambo

74 posts

130 months

Sunday 6th June
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Hi...I have pmd you...
Thanks..

B'stard Child

22,348 posts

212 months

Sunday 6th June
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toastyhamster said:
Ta, he had a black Merc one on the go and a few for sale at about 225, a Renault top view, a couple of modern Silverstones and a nice Mansell in red 5.
There you go


toastyhamster

1,233 posts

62 months

Sunday 6th June
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Perfect, thanks!

B'stard Child

22,348 posts

212 months

Sunday 6th June
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toastyhamster said:
Perfect, thanks!
No probs at all

B'stard Child

22,348 posts

212 months

Sunday 6th June
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I went with my mate Will (big "needy fker" BMW Barge fanboi) and took some pictures

Photos

Gathering of the Bargistas (PH Barge thread 1 - 5 Large) "Socially Distanced"



BM's Rather tasty E500 seems to have seen a mouse biggrin



Got to see my old E38 740 - paintwork is really cleaning up well I was quite green with envy - forgot to take pictures so have a green Golf



Not std and a rather large snail



Looking quite hard TR6 with a squint



RR'r "Fresh&Minty" with a cactus (lowered, colour coded on black Lotus alloys)



What's that over there Will?



Will "Why the fk are you taking pictures of a Mondeo?"

Me "No Gaffer tape mate - let me check the front"



wooo hooo none there too biggrin

Moving swiftly on I'm a huge fan of colour co-ordination (Seat colour matched the wheel centres)



Have another



What I hear you say is colour co-ordinated there - it's all in the detail



Ring ding a ding ding ding (I could see the frame twisting as I looked at it (the original mean green widow making machine)



What's for lunch - fancy a hot dog - yes please make mine with mustard



"Christ would you just look at that Will"

Will "Oh that XJS looks lovely"

"No you loon it's a Micra Colette - when was the last time you saw one of them"

I think I lost WIll at that point biggrin



So I had to take a picture of the XJS - nice Wheel and tyre combo - classy without being too much



I have no fking clue what this is - please feel free to edumacate me if you know



I didn't bring mine because I knew someone would bring theirs Dave Franzack "Not Normal" on here did not disappoint



It still looks bang tidy and puts mine to shame







Nice Arse



Rep-tastic with plastic trims on steels and everything - a few years ago they were bloody everywhere now only a car shows



Wonderfull engine bay - really clean



Obviously waiting for the boot lid to go rusty for extra scene point



I like short plates but WTF is this all about



Then I found a boat



Obviously I needed to find a



It's how my mind works - sorry!!!

Then I found a shovit



And a metro 8R4



Std Scooby forum joke "I'm thinking of repainting my Impreza - is blue and gold too common"



Keeping with the rally car theme

Smoker - lungs are fked



Non Smoker - Liver is fked





Want to see more you know what to do - "like" "subscribe" and "all that good stuff"

NotNormal

2,273 posts

180 months

Sunday 6th June
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Bicester Scrambles are such a great day and the diversity on display coupled with the chilled out vibe make them a joy to attend. Shame I didn’t bump into you Ian for a natter smile

bolidemichael

5,342 posts

167 months

Sunday 6th June
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NotNormal said:
Bicester Scrambles are such a great day and the diversity on display coupled with the chilled out vibe make them a joy to attend. Shame I didn’t bump into you Ian for a natter smile
I'm so glad that your LC was still there at the end NN. it is cloud9



Oh BC, you may have missed this unremarkable


Doofus

15,655 posts

139 months

Sunday 6th June
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B'stard Child said:
I have no fking clue what this is - please feel free to edumacate me if you know

BMW Z3, essentially.

B'stard Child

22,348 posts

212 months

Sunday 6th June
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bolidemichael said:
I'm so glad that your LC was still there at the end NN. it is cloud9

In a field of LC's I make every effort for mine to be as far as possible from NN's one

bolidemichael said:
Oh BC, you may have missed this unremarkable

It was in my part two - stealing my thunder - you utter cad

B'stard Child

22,348 posts

212 months

Sunday 6th June
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NotNormal said:
Bicester Scrambles are such a great day and the diversity on display coupled with the chilled out vibe make them a joy to attend. Shame I didn’t bump into you Ian for a natter smile
Hey ho - "normally" you aren't far from your car - clearly it was not a normal day biggrin