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CLASSIC CAR SHOW 2019
 
Our 2019 Charity Show will take place on Sunday 12 May at our usual venue of Strathallan Games Park, Bridge of Allan FK9 4QY. Invitation letters and entry forms will be posted out towards the end of January. If you would like to enter a vehicle and don't receive an invitation letter please email show@sdccc.co.uk. We hope to see you on 12 May.

 
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Re:Glen Finnan Run 6 years 5 months ago #1157

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View ,could not have been better

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Autumn Amble 7th October 2012 6 years 4 months ago #1189

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Our Club got a invite to this, 3 of our Classics turned out.

The Deanston Malt Scotch Whisky Autumn Amble hosted by Friends of the Rest took place today October 7th with 33 Classic cars of various marques leaving the Deanston Distillery at 9.30am this bright but rather frosty morning on a 70mile run to Inveraray Castle for lunch. After passing through the most glorious Glens on very driver friendly roads all the drivers and passengers were all glad that they had got up rather earlier than usual for this run.After lunch, the cars headed up the private Estate road in Glen Shira and up to the dam.The return run was equally spectacular via the rest and be thankful and down Loch Lomond side
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Temp went under the 25 mark,A wee look to see if anyones about ,who put his hood up :laugh:






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Run to Glencoe Oct 2012 6 years 4 months ago #1197

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Very poor turnout this year with just 34 Cars , 7 from our club.
Was it the October week or the heavy rain 1st thing.
Some of the cars pulled into laybys ect for photos,with the rest heading non stop to the kingshouse



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The 1910 model T made it all the way
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Club Burns Night 22nd January 2013 6 years 3 weeks ago #1291

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Laurie Horsburgh and friend Entertained us with Burns songs and jokes, we were also all treated to a Burns Supper, ending the night with everyone on the floor for Auld Lang Syne

Photo by our Graham Brown
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Ralle Monte Carlo Historique 2013 6 years 3 weeks ago #1292

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Back on it's 3rd year and getting bigger, this year the Scottish Start was from Glasgow Green.
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2013 Monte Carlo Historique - Glasgow Start


Glasgow turned out in style to wish around 100 cars start the Rallye Monte Carlo Historique from the People's Palace at Glasgow Green at 2.00pm on Saturday 26th January. Before commencing their 2190 mile journey to Monte some of the cars went on display to the shoppers and visitors in the city centre at Buchanan Street. Taking pride of place was a team all the way from Australia competing in a 1948 Holden FX 48-215 celebrating the 60th anniversary of the 1953 event when the car was driven by Lex Davison, Stan Jones and Tony Gaze. This year Lex's son Richard took the wheel along with Australia's V8 Supercar champion Craig Lowndes and project leader and former hill climb champion Gary Poole. Sole remaining 1953 driver, Tony Gaze is the official patron of the 2013 Australian team.


Some 16000 people came out to see the cars start at the People's Palace at 2.00pm, led of by veteran Tommy Bryce,who competed in the 1954 event. Under a blue sky and sunshine the cars lined up for their departure over the start ramp, flagged of by Glasgow's Lord Provost, Sadie Docherty. First car away was Douglas Anderson of Caledonian Classic and Historic Car Club in his 1965 Triumph Vitesse. Douglas is fulfilling his boyhood dream to bring the Monte Carlo Rally back to Glasgow, and this is the third year he has worked with Glasgow and The Monaco Car Club who organise the event.


The long line of classic cars left at one minute intervals, passing crowds lining the Glasgow streets on their way to Blythswood Square, the start location back in the sixties and seventies, for a photo opportunity, before heading to the first welcoming point at Auldgirth near Dumfries.


A special event allowed many local classic car enthusiasts to follow the route to Auldgirth and take in the atmosphere of crowds on the route from Glasgow, waving from the roadside, bridges, villages and towns on the way.


By now they had caught up with the snow and rain, but after refreshments were on their way again towards Scotch Corner and Barnby Moor in Nottinghamshire, where a stop at the Ye Olde Bell Inn further captured the same control point as used in the fifties and sixties. A run down to Dover for the ferry crossing to France completed the UK leg of the rally. The first cars reached Dover about midnight with the tail enders around 3.00am.


Sunday 27th will see the cars log into the control at Calais before heading south toward the Alps and timed circuits into the mountains.
Jim Paterson
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Two members entered the Event
Brian Johnston from Torrance headed off to Luss,Myself to Auld Girth ( Dumfrice )


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