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SMILEY
03-05-04, 12:19 PM
There was a terrific turn-out of Cobras yesterday at the show,we had a great day out,does anyone know how many cars we actually had and was it a record??
Smiley :-)

Andy302
03-05-04, 03:12 PM
Echo that!

Cant help on the numbers, but it certainly looked great seeing all those cobs in the sun (well hazy cloud!) As usual the standard was excellent, overheard one guy say to his other half that the standard of amature builders was increasing! As he was passing the CRC area of course.

My main aim was to decide which one to build, decision now firmly made!!

Andy
House filling up with bits, 1971 302 and Jag rear axle waiting for rebuild, wife not so amused! :) :tu

Happy Jim
03-05-04, 08:43 PM
>My main aim was to decide which one to build, decision now
>firmly made!!

Do tell

robert
03-05-04, 09:08 PM
We only had just over 130 cars, mainly due to the undecided weather. We had in the region of 200 last year.

Robin427
03-05-04, 09:51 PM
I'll be there next year - just found out my engine is being shipped as we speak!!

Scary stuff...

Robin

GD427 Euro in progress.
LS1/T56/P45
http://www.creffield.com/cobra/index.html

robert
03-05-04, 10:08 PM
>I'll be there next year - just found out my engine is being
>shipped as we speak!!
>
>Scary stuff...

Hmmm, very scary to think that by next year you could be in command of a car with a more hp per litre than your age. }( }( }(

Robin427
04-05-04, 07:44 AM
5.7 litres
350 bhp...

One over t'other...

...carry the nine...

...and...


I didn't realise you were 61, Rob...

:)

Robin

GD427 Euro in progress.
LS1/T56/P45
http://www.creffield.com/cobra/index.html

Andy302
04-05-04, 06:10 PM
GD of course!!

Cheers

Andy
House filling up with bits, 1971 302 and Jag rear axle waiting for rebuild, wife not so amused! :) :tu

Happy Jim
04-05-04, 10:27 PM
>GD of course!!
>

You won't be disappointed. :tu