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westborne
16-07-14, 03:27 PM
For those going to theCornwall Showground this Sunday the 20th. It's open to the public from 10. So they would like us to aim for 9.30 ish if we can So see you in there. If yo get there before me and the flag bag the space down the main road on the left as usual. And try and look big til the rest arrive

david hemmings
16-07-14, 06:37 PM
Hopefully be there quite early as only 15 miles away first show for me with my car too !

Murray
16-07-14, 08:36 PM
We shall be there, look forwards to seeing you David.

andy l
17-07-14, 03:18 PM
Should be there not working for once, Stu e coming as well, both weather permitting, well be good to see you, Andy

andy l
20-07-14, 08:16 PM
Good to see you all today, David your car looks great, credit to you, good drive up through the north coast on the way home, hope you all made it
back ok, see you all next time, Andy :wink:

david hemmings
20-07-14, 08:35 PM
Thanks andy 😃 think you and some of the other club/forum members helped me with invaluble technical and helpful advice and answers to questions all made my build more pleasurable snd easier , so thanks to everyone its all been much appreciated ! And was nice to meet everyone today!

Murray
20-07-14, 08:36 PM
Really wonderful Birthday day out. Great to see old friends and some fine old cars and some weirder ones!
The run up to Bude and then back home was fantastic.
Met some new friends who had some lovely cars too, all in all a brilliant day out.2945529456294572945829459

Murray
20-07-14, 08:45 PM
Some more photo's
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westborne
21-07-14, 07:39 PM
Yup great drive back over very quiet roads. The wasp sting to Andys lip was treated by nurse Kath. But it was still funny to hear him lisping!, good gathering. Looking forward to the next meet.

tigergreen
22-07-14, 09:59 AM
Yup great drive back over very quiet roads. The wasp sting to Andys lip was treated by nurse Kath. But it was still funny to hear him lisping!, good gathering. Looking forward to the next meet.

Did she suck the poison out? :eek:
Nice to see you all again.
BTW, thanks all, for the suggestions ref. my dilemna with finding a local bespoke exhaust manufacturer.
Tried them all yesterday and they are either no longer trading or not interested in making a set of headers for me. So, it appears there really is no one in or around Plymouth that can do this kind of work. Thus I have decided that I am going to have to try to make my own.

Andy.

kdavies3
22-07-14, 10:20 AM
Do you have a "Longlife" in Plymouth?
They might be able to help?

shuggy69
22-07-14, 11:05 AM
What a great day,
It was nice to meet you all at long last and my daughter even enjoyed it!
Andy if you are going to make your own headers this may help Custom Headers Part (1 of 6 ).wmv - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9knDsi-td8)
Hope to catch up again soon,
Thank you all,
Simon

shuggy69
22-07-14, 03:36 PM
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david hemmings
22-07-14, 04:57 PM
Hi Andy i made mine all stainless , bought all the tube and bends then got flanges from petetheb on here cut tacked and pre fitted them then got a local stainless welder / fabricator to finish the welding properly, he also made me a stainless tank, is just outside wadebridge.

andy l
22-07-14, 05:18 PM
Yup great drive back over very quiet roads. The wasp sting to Andys lip was treated by nurse Kath. But it was still funny to hear him lisping!, good gathering. Looking forward to the next meet. yep need the name of that cream, buy the time I got home it was completely gone, thanks

westborne
22-07-14, 06:23 PM
Go to the chemis and ask for a tube of "Kaths magic cream". Or " Anthasan" or any antihistamine cream

andy l
22-07-14, 06:40 PM
Go to the chemis and ask for a tube of "Kaths magic cream". Or " Anthasan" or any antihistamine cream

thanks chris