Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by ScimmyMike » Sun Apr 02, 2017 9:52 pm

Few photo's of the RSSOC stand for those that don't frequent Facebook

Lukeyboy just stood watching the world go by
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Chairman's current project car
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Other members helping out on the Sunday,
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Around the show now
A non rusty Alfa, I didn't hang round to watch it decay before my very eyes
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This interior, very nice it was
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Belongs in this welsh scimitar type vehicle
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Some British muscle now
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And some Japanese American cross bred car, actually looks okay these days unlike when they were new
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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by Lukeyboy46 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 10:08 pm

Cheers for the unawares pic mike! Quite like that! Good to see everyone that popped by!


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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by MrGoldtop1960 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 11:53 pm

Thanks to all who showed their cars.....Luke G, Steve Smith and Chairman Cooper and sorry that I wasn't around for the show! I had a small event on myself.. a certain daughters wedding!
Stand looked great even though I do say so myself!
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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by malthouse » Mon Apr 03, 2017 7:08 am

Nice pics , love the Gilburn, correct me if I'm wrong but the Ford in the pics I think was a car produced at Flat Rock Mitchigan factory the Amicarn version of of our ford Probe, was the first States car built using Madza running gear,

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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by Old and Slow » Mon Apr 03, 2017 9:41 am

Being a non-facebook person I appreciate the pictures, thanks.
Good time had by all?


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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by Roger Pennington » Mon Apr 03, 2017 3:26 pm

Thanks for the photos, the stand looks very a professional, a credit to all involved, well done! :D


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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by dt4 » Mon Apr 03, 2017 8:17 pm

and right next to the live show stand, prime position
I had a good look round on both Saturday and Sunday and thought the cars were a credit to the owners and the club
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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by rich001 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 8:07 pm

Yeah great show, my first time attending such a big car show, lived up to expectations, lovely cars and the odd famous face. Nice chat at the club stand and came away with some good bits and bobs from the autojumble for project scim!!


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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by Darren C » Thu Apr 06, 2017 8:15 am

I can echo what's been said already, Great stand, good position and a good all round show. Was so impressed I opted to join via direct debit :lol:
I can confirm that Luke didn't stand watching the World go by all weekend.....wanted to say hello, but he was out and about :wink: Maybe next time Luke :D

Good work by all involved!


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Re: Practical Classics Resto Show - 31st March to 2nd April

Post by Lukeyboy46 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 8:31 am

Sorry to miss you Darren! You should have got one of the guys to send me a text and recall me back!

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