RE: PH Meeting Last Weekend

RE: PH Meeting Last Weekend

Wednesday 27th February 2002

PH Meeting Last Weekend

A few piccies from last weekend's pie and pint session in Oxfordshire. A distinct lack of pies were available sadly, but there were some Tamoras to ogle at.


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jpf

Original Poster:

1,296 posts

247 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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I don't know about that TVR Mondeo...

rthierry

684 posts

252 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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These Tamoras really looks the dogs bo11oxx !

MikeyT

15,338 posts

242 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Gotta say (admit) that the Tamora looks the business in these pics ... both the blue and the yellow ...

Mike

rthierry

684 posts

252 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Mike,

When will we see piccies on your new beast?

MikeyT

15,338 posts

242 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Roms

Should be one on my profile, if you click the fotango link ...

Some more to be posted soon I know ... when I next get out the driver's seat (ie not just yet!)

flasher

9,225 posts

255 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Mikey

Cambridge TVR meeting at the Ferryboat in Holywell next Thursday. I hope to see the new beastie there mate!!!

domster

8,428 posts

241 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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It's a TVR Cavalier, if you don't mind, Mr JPF!!!!!

Rgds
Domster

>> Edited by domster on Wednesday 27th February 09:27

Alex

9,974 posts

255 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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The yellow Griff really looks fantastic next to the Tamoras. What price progress?

kevinday

9,191 posts

251 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Well I think the Tamoras look 'next generation' when compared with a Griff.

plotloss

67,280 posts

241 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Yep, I agree, those Tamoras look vastly better in those pictures. Top choice of colour chaps.

Matt.

thom

2,745 posts

244 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Hehe there was also a black 944

plotloss

67,280 posts

241 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Where was the meet in Oxfordshire and it is a usual affair?

Matt.

bcms

241 posts

253 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Can't believe I'm saying this but.....those Tamora's do you look pretty tasty, hmmm perhaps I could be converted?

flasher

9,225 posts

255 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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thanks for the positive comments guys...

IMO though they look even better in the flesh

I remember being dissapointed by pictures of the Cerbera and thinking it looked like a "stretch" Chimeara, but I went on to buy one and loved it

We must do the meeting again and with better weather, I'm sure more "pistonheaders" will turn out

plotloss

67,280 posts

241 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Anywhere in Oxfordshire again, and I'm in!

Matt.

edward

4,965 posts

255 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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blinking flip mister - how did I managed to miss this get together (and not even know it was on) ...?? Where was it & where's the next one

REgards
Ed

gb61390

1,878 posts

253 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Thanks for the votes of confidence chaps although in the darkening light my choice of colour looks pretty boring compared to Flasher's!
Cheers........ Andrew

caro

1,018 posts

255 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Both Tamoras look great, I do think the colour choice makes a big difference as i hated the block red one, but then I feel this goes for most TVRs - sorry if that seems a bit of a girly comment, but then I am a girl! Saw the steel grey one in TMS last week, you definitely did the right thing, Flasher.

flasher

9,225 posts

255 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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Yeah I definitley did the right thing!! I really liked the Titanium and still do, but when it was parked next to the yellow one, there was no competition in my eyes, and I had to have the yellow one

I was very,very lucky to have been able to make the choice (thanks Mr Agger at TMS, for that one )

Following Andrew's blue one at the weekend, me and the Missus both thought what a lovely colour it was though, and I did consider the GTS blue when I first went to Blackpool. I would have gone for the identical spec as Andrew's car but when I saw his I didn't want to copy. I do like to try to be different!!!

caro

1,018 posts

255 months

Wednesday 27th February 2002
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variety is the spice of life etc - but must say I like GTS blue on almost anything!