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    Icon14 Cit-In 2013 - Who's Going?

    The Mrs and I are intending to go. Not sure what I'll be taking car-wise though I was considering the GS as I've yet to take it on a substantial run. Who else is coming along? Given its central location next year, I'm sure there will be a brilliant turnout.

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    I am hoping to be there in my DS. Note to self: Remember to pay before end of December when the cost goes up!!

    I was thinking I would look for a camping ground (I am building a small camping trailer). Does anyone have any info about the preferred locations?
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    Quote Originally Posted by donat View Post
    The Mrs and I are intending to go. Not sure what I'll be taking car-wise though I was considering the GS as I've yet to take it on a substantial run. Who else is coming along? Given its central location next year, I'm sure there will be a brilliant turnout.
    Hi Donat,we have booked.
    I intend to take the '51 11BL but maybe the '39 Light 15.
    Will look forward to seeing you there.

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    I'd urge people within reasonable travelling distance, to consider a precursory visit. It's not as though you're only allowed to go there once!

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    We were considering it.... We worked out it was going to be $600 just for the Cit-in alone, even before you paid for accommodation and travel expenses. It's getting to expensive for us these days .....

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    It's in Griffith??? I can't see info about it anywhere and the events calendar seems to have gone missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    It's in Griffith??? I can't see info about it anywhere and the events calendar seems to have gone missing.
    The details each year are at the cit-in.org website

    http://www.cit-in.org/

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    The Crosses have booked accommodation and will book the Citin ASAP and will try and organize a TeddieTour before hand.
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    I'll be having a look, my inlaws farm is at Griffith
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    Mrs UFO and I and THE UFO will be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron
    We were considering it.... We worked out it was going to be $600 just for the Cit-in alone, even before you paid for accommodation and travel expenses. It's getting to expensive for us these days
    Surely you can get a leave pass from the wife, and sleep on a floor somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by addo View Post
    Surely you can get a leave pass from the wife, and sleep on a floor somewhere?
    Never let SWMBO get in the way of a fun weekend! You should have your ID up and running by Easter and I (among others) would love to see the final product.

    And Brian, I hope you bring the Light 15 as that's the most beautiful example I've seen and a true testament to your passion.
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    Hi Cit-iners,

    Sue and I have booked out accom and will be holding up the flag for the new C5 range of Citroens.

    We are travelling onto Victoria to do some rail trailling after the Cit-in and maybe to vistas beyond to end up making a 3 week trip out of the venture hence the ultra comfy transport mode.

    Looking forward to seeing you all there. (Now to get back to fixing the Lexia computer.)

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken W View Post
    Hi Cit-iners,

    Sue and I have booked out accom and will be holding up the flag for the new C5 range of Citroens.

    We are travelling onto Victoria to do some rail trailling after the Cit-in and maybe to vistas beyond to end up making a 3 week trip out of the venture hence the ultra comfy transport mode.

    Looking forward to seeing you all there. (Now to get back to fixing the Lexia computer.)

    Cheers,

    Ken W
    Surely you meant to say "The CX wagon" .....

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    '78 GS1220 pallas
    '92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

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    Hey there,

    I've just updated the Cit In 2013 Griffith details on the CCC of NSW Inc website Club Calendar; including a schedule of events for the Easter weekend, so you all have in idea of what you are in for!

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