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    Out & About in the CAMARO

    Now that meets and gatherings are starting back up, this will be a picture diary of events for the remaining of 2020

    The King Billy Pub, Warmley, just outside of Bristol.
    Holds a Tuesday evening open houes, a trip of 27 miles each way.





























    Last edited by camaroSid; 15-07-20 at 07:38 AM.

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    Glad to see a little normality. Thanks for sharing.

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    2nd Sunday of each month, sees a gathering at The Milk Churn, Melksham.

    we set off on a 17 mile trip to meet up with a few others, who were going to take a long way round picturesque cruise from the Market Place in Devizes, over to Melksham (which would of been 12 miles from home)

    Devizes meet up point
    1956 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE by shagracer, on Flickr

    EDSEL - MUSTANG by shagracer, on Flickr

    1969 BUICK SKYLARK by shagracer, on Flickr


    The Milk Churn, Melksham
    MUSTANG GT - CAMARO SS - CAMARO Z28 by shagracer, on Flickr

    1951 CHEVROLET PICK UP TRUCK by shagracer, on Flickr

    1966 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE by shagracer, on Flickr

    1979 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 by shagracer, on Flickr

    1958 FORD EDSEL by shagracer, on Flickr

    1968 FORD MUSTANG by shagracer, on Flickr

    my car of the day, would have to go to this 3 window coupe
    1934 FORD 3 WINDOW COUPE by shagracer, on Flickr

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    Todays saw me attending two different meets, 1st up was the Kroozers monthly meet (but being held a week later than normal) at the Sandringham pub in Bristol, 31 miles from home, starts 10am untill 1ish





























    Last edited by camaroSid; 12-08-20 at 11:58 AM.

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    part two, from above post.

    Because of the new Covid restrictions, the pub wasn't serving food until lunch time, so we left just after 11.30 and made a 33 miles drive over to the Milk Churn in Melksham, where their 2nd Sunday of the month meet is held from 12 noon, until it fizzles out, only took pictures of cars that wern't here last time.















    L.O.L. didn't even take a picture of mine.
    Had a nice Sunday roast to make up for not having the breakfast, and then took the 12 miles home, a nice pleasurable 86 miles for the day.
    Last edited by camaroSid; 12-08-20 at 11:23 AM.

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    Thanks for the pics

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    Lots of nice cars there but I really, really, really like that Vauxhall resto-rod. The California Kid replica's pretty nice, too.

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    wasn't too sure which one you ment, so i went to "wiki" and got this info

    The California Kid is a customized 1934 Ford three-window coupé built by Pete Chapouris.
    The 34 was on the cover of Custom Rod in November 1973, It attracted the attention of television producer Howie Horowitz, who wanted it for a TV movie, "The California Kid"


    i didn't know it was a replica of a film car, cheers (just watched it, I have put a link up in "post a random video" thread)

    and yes nice to see the Vauxhall
    Last edited by camaroSid; 17-08-20 at 03:24 PM.

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    weather wasn't looking to good the other Sunday, so made a last minute decision to take the Supra to a Krispy Kreme meet in Brislington, only a few others risked the rain that was predicted.

    1989 TOYOTA SUPRA by shagracer, on Flickr

    FORD COUPE - 55 CHEVY by shagracer, on Flickr

    DODGE - MOPAR - DODGE by shagracer, on Flickr

    FORD 3 WINDOW COUPES by shagracer, on Flickr

    turned out to be my Supras last meeting/trip out, after 7 years of ownership, she Sold.....farewell old girl
    Last edited by camaroSid; 01-09-20 at 01:10 PM.

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