Breakfast Club Sunday 29th October Hosted by Bristol iAM RoadSmart group

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Re: Breakfast Club Sunday 29th October Hosted by Bristol iAM RoadSmart group

Postby AndyP » Sun Oct 29, 2017 2:00 pm

Thank you all those that could make it.
Really enjoyed the morning with you all.

Went out in a £90k M5 and a £700 Midget, guess which brought the most SMILES
:D :D :D :gear: :steering:
It is not WHAT you drive, BUT:-- the WAY that you drive it.
It is not HOW fast you drive, BUT:-- HOW you drive fast.

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Re: Breakfast Club Sunday 29th October Hosted by Bristol iAM RoadSmart group

Postby RiK » Sun Oct 29, 2017 4:14 pm

Had a lovely drive out in Tim's 1925 Austin, and also Phils rather lovely Caterham..

A selection of pics up on our Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/BristolAdva ... 0605182280
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Re: Breakfast Club Sunday 29th October Hosted by Bristol iAM RoadSmart group

Postby GTR1400MAN » Sun Oct 29, 2017 5:23 pm

Is the lovely Austin called Elsie? (No discussions about plate names :roll: )

The red MG needs some TLC. I was going to say how does that front bonnet pass an MOT? ... and then I remembered :twisted:
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Re: Breakfast Club Sunday 29th October Hosted by Bristol iAM RoadSmart group

Postby RiK » Sun Oct 29, 2017 6:53 pm

GTR1400MAN wrote:Is the lovely Austin called Elsie? (No discussions about plate names :roll: )


You'd have to ask Tim if he has a pet name for her.. Thoroughly enjoyable drive out earlier though, and on the bypass, downhill with the wind behind us, we got her up to a breathtaking top speed of.....

41mph!

Amazingly, we have another Heavy 12 owner in the group, and Brenda's is even older, a 1923 specimen which only has brakes on the back wheels!

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It was quite a sight to see these two together at a club sunday earlier in the year!
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