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Re:Glamis Show 2011 8 years 2 months ago #728

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For 100,000 Photos of the show see link below :laugh: Its the 1st set
www.flickr.com/photos/scottish_classic__car_clubs/sets/
Below Practical Classics printed some Photos Of the Show
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Re:Past Events and History of the Club. 8 years 1 month ago #733

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Since Alan wasn't there on Tuesday to take the photos here are some photos of run to Muckhart :)









George should really know better about leaving dogs in cars :lol:
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Blair Drummond July 2011 8 years 1 month ago #742

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Hot and dry all day, No bad turnout.
We got a new member , Trevor Murray in his Essex Super 7,built in the U S A
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Kirkintilloch Canal Festival 8 years 2 weeks ago #781

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Well, We got 18 Classics for This Event, 9 being full members,and one past member,Davie Robertson.
Members were,George Cowen Minor,Bill Hawks Midget,Brian Kellett MGB GT,Max Lourie Alvis TC, Mike Thompson TR4,Stevie Allan TR7,Alex Heeps MGB GT ,Trevor Murray Essex Super 6 and Alans Celica,other Cars that came along under our Banner were two Corollas 72 & 73,Stag,Morris Oxford,Lotus Elan+2,Vangaurd Sportsman,Mini Van,Minor & a Buick. Kirkie Canal Festival went very well, with no cars wanting to leave till 4.45pm.
There were a few gasps as the 18 of our Cars left left Beaufort Dr at 10am, and drove to the main st toghther, i had cars turning up from 8.45am,just lucky i got tons o Biscats in, they went down faster than they do on a club night
We had 18 Classics, no bad turn out for us,as there was more than one event on the day in our Club,The Triumph 6 Club had 7 Cars,The SWTVC Club had 4 cars and two cars came on there own one being a Ferrari Dino
Again there was lots o grub for us again, and there was all sorts going up and down the St looking at the Cars,Ie Romans marched up and down all day,stilt wakers and again the Kennedy Cupcake Dancers were all around the cars.
We were all talking about next year, and to see if we could have the cars in the park so we could get a lot more in. Any ways here are some of the Photos with 155 more on the link at the bottom.










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Re:Kirkintilloch Canal Festival 8 years 2 weeks ago #782

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Again, We had the Kennedy Cupcake Dancers
See more of the Cup Cakes hit link below






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Re:Kirkintilloch Canal Festival 8 years 2 weeks ago #783

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We Also had Belly Dancers, Mabe more up out members street

Between 1pm & 2pm you could not move,it was Mobed.





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Re:Kirkintilloch Canal Festival 8 years 2 weeks ago #784

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We got our Club in the press again, this time the Kirkintilloch Herald


See link below for 155 photos of the Event
www.flickr.com/photos/scottish_classic__...s/72157627540227526/
Below,The Practical Classics Printed A Photo
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Robin House ( Chas ) Charity night 1st Sep 2011 8 years 2 weeks ago #785

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The Capri Club Scotland got togither a good few Classics for the Robin House ( Chas ) Charity Night at Lomond Shores, Loch lomond, There were 6 Cars there from the Stirling Club, not a bad turn out as just 2 said they were going at the last Club meeting.

Just to let our members know."The Capri Club Scotland" will be holding there 1st show at Lomond Shores next year. See if you can put names to the Cars, two are easy as there owners are standing with them







For photos of all the cars ,see link below
www.flickr.com/photos/scottish_classic__...s/72157627571992704/
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Re:Robin House ( Chas ) Charity night 1st Sep 2011 8 years 2 weeks ago #786

Is that Mr Gordon I see with his old Scimitar. He has not been seen for so long I assumed he had retired with all his money and was living on some exotic island.
Ian Mcpherson's old shopping trolley Vitesse is still looking good. Ian recycled steel shelves from his local supermarket to fabricate panels during its restoration. The only problem with that is if you run a bar code scanner over it the reading comes up as 2 tins of dog food and a pound of mince.


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From the Riverside Museum to the top of the Rest 7 years 11 months ago #810

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2nd October, 3 of our members did the Autumn Amble, from the new riverside museum in Glasgow to the Top of the old Rest & be Thankfull along side the Duke of Argyll.
The day started Wet, but ended up not to bad,our ex chairman,Geroge Johnston was the Marshall at the top of the old rest,did he have his old Speed Gun out, well we will have to look at the post tomorrow
here are some of the photos, the other 100 or so can be found on the 1st set on the 1st of 4 pages in this link www.flickr.com/photos/scottish_classic__car_clubs/sets/






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the Riverside Museum to the top of the Rest 7 years 11 months ago #811

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Ended up at Arrochar village Hall

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Riverside Museum to the top of the Rest 7 years 11 months ago #815

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Did not know what way to go here . was all over the place, just look at the chap with the camara & the wifes face, this photo was taken by geoffrey kitt

The car was not going in the way the wheels were pointing, just look at navigator wifes face.
Photography by Geoffrey Kitt.
Geoff took photos off all the cars on the "Rest"and you must admit he takes good photos.

I thought i was doing 60 round this Hairpin, But the wife said it was just 30 at most.

Also see Geoffrey Kitts photos, Some with Geoff Marr on the Hairpin bend, and one of myself ( Alan Duncan Picking a Winning Ticket From my daughters bag.
And NO WAY was it a fix, just cos I got jam on my ticket and it stuck to my daughters fingers as she put her hand in the Bag :) Just Kidding :P Link below
www.flickr.com/photos/gdallask/sets/72157627803163416/

Also see what it was all about on "The Friends of the Rest" link below
www.friendsoftherest.co.uk/
SDCCCs George Johnston sent some photos he took of the Day



Below you can see the yellow reflection on the door window of Retired Traffic Officer " George Johnston". Thought i was getting a ticket for Reckless Driving up the hill :blush:
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