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  • #53160
    vaultboydan
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    11am works, where exactly are we meeting?

    #53161

    9designs
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    Suits me, did it this morning in about 30 mins….



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    #53162
    jasoni
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    Car park outside front of museum vaultboy. So we can do some doughnuts practicing drft mode

    #53163

    9designs
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    Follow the brown Heritage Motor Museum signs….  I think the visitors parking will be on the left of the drive (Staff use the right now)  I’d try and park at the back row see red circle

    JLR Parking



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    #53439
    Dr. RS
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    I popped in today, while working out of JLR. There were two club meets and they parked on the grass either side of the entrance. One was Citroen DS3’s but fast ones and on the other side fast British Leylands (when they weren’t blowing up) Montego and Maestro Turbos etc. I’m sure they were big official meets though, about 30 or more cars each side. If anyone gets there early it might be worth asking whether we could park on the grass, would be nice to show the RS’s off. Visitors do use the car park on the left but there were a few cars on the right too. There were some signs up for them, pre-booked private groups I think, but no-one was marshalling the car park. Cars on show looked great in the sunshine, even hotter tomorrow ☀️☀️☀️.

    #53440
    jasoni
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    wont be showing mine off, its filthy as hell, lol

     

    #53442

    Nitrous999
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    Gutted I can’t make it tomorrow lads, maybe next time 👍🏻 Hope you all have a good one and enjoy the museum

    #53443
    Dr. RS
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    Mine looks better dirty

    #53444
    Dr. RS
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    Mine looks better dirty

    #53445

    9designs
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    Get up early and wash it ? ……   apart from the wheels mine survived quite well this week.

    Not sure we will have enough to put on a “display” lol….

    Are people bringing partners and families or flying solo ?



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    #53464
    Dr. RS
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    Solo Steve, my wife doesn’t like car museums or RS’s. Not working at Gaydon today so I will pop down for a bit once I have confirmed final permission. One thing my wife does enjoy is lie-ins. Got owned on the way to work yesterday on the Straight Mile by a 16 plate Aston Martin which came off your estate. Anyone you know?

    #53472
    jasoni
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    Im on my own too, wife and kids not keen on this sort of thing, although managed tp persuade them to come to ford fair

    #53477
    Dr. RS
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    The Beast has awoken and granted permission, see you there at 11.

    #53478
    Dr. RS
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    Bring the clan if you like Steve. I’ll just pop for an hour but I will sort annual membership, same price as a day ticket. Plenty for kids to do, used to be 4×4 ride and go karts when mine were little. I fancy popping in now and then before and after work days at JLR.

    #53479

    9designs
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    Solo as well,  yes there was an AM swanning around past mine yesterday, think someone down the road gets to borrow one for the weekend from time to time.

    Pre flights checks done and passed…..



    Magnetic Grey- Just door protectors away from being full spec.

    FPM375, Full MT Blue charge pipe kit, Quaife LSD, MT Springs, DSC Suspension Control Unit, MT- Short shift, PTU Brace and Roll Restrictor – LED Sequential rear lights, Shadow Chrome wheels.

    UK seller for DSC Active suspension control modules 

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