CASTLE COMBE - SUPERCAR SATURDAY 26th OCTOBER 2019

luckesGTV6

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Just received a 'hello' from the organisers and the date for this years event,
All Italian marques are welcome and it usually turns out to be a good closing event for our outdoor activities.
As far as I am aware it is the same format this year and I will post any info exclusively on this site - NOT Faebook (talk amongst yourselves folks).

We usually get a good varied turn out of forum cars and the idea is that we are allocated a static display area for our Bellas and may also participate in giving passenger rides to the public by pre arrangement with the organisers. All proceeds from the event go to a good cause.
I do need to give them an idea about numbers so that they can plan a prime spot for us.
The throngs of ogling spectators can sometimes be a nuisance though, best to ignore them in my opinion.

I think I had a couple of nods from the 'Guys' at the AROC meet this morning? (Alfa, Maserati, Fiat, Abarth - Oh, can't remember :confused: )

Let's get productive and start a list then:

  1. luckes GTV6 - 1999 Alfa Romeo GTV6
  2. You? - Yor'n Bella?
 

MrMickS

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I’ll have another go at making it

  1. luckes GTV6 - 1999 Alfa Romeo GTV6
  2. MrMickS - 2001 Alfa Romeo Spider
 

FIFTY

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Count me in... I do particularly enjoy the breakfast at the cafe at this one

  1. luckes GTV6 - 1999 Alfa Romeo GTV6
  2. MrMickS - 2001 Alfa Romeo Spider
  3. FIFTY 4200 GT
 
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Kazzer

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  1. luckes GTV6 - 1999 Alfa Romeo GTV6
  2. MrMickS - 2001 Alfa Romeo Spider
  3. FIFTY 4200 GT
  4. Kazzer not sure which one
 

MarkMas

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  1. luckes GTV6 - 1999 Alfa Romeo GTV6
  2. MrMickS - 2001 Alfa Romeo Spider
  3. FIFTY - 4200 GT
  4. Kazzer - not sure which one
  5. MarkMas - 2009 QPV