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    Last Saturday 2 Nov, there was a car show at Kiama. A few CCCNSW members went along. This morning I was made aware by Kris Brownhill that the event got international coverage - in none other than Classic and Sportscar

    Kiama Car Spectacular gets off to a roaring start in Australia | Classic and Sports Car

    My car and I can be just seen in the background in a couple of shots. Must have been taken just after we arrived as I was busy getting the dog and his crate out of the back seat. The Lambo BTW belongs to a CCCNSW member who could not bring his lovely grey and black traction that day, so his wife brought one of the their Lambos instead.

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    A lovely collection of cars Craig. You obviously had a great day out!
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    Not too shabby. I took some photos and might post them in the next few days to my Flickr account then make them known. It's always good going to a multi marque event as you see different to the usual.
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    At least with the fully chromed VW engine the oil leaks are easy to clean up. Brendan.

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    From what I know about old VW engines it would overheat like buggery, black would have been better, but it's not all about function when it comes to show cars..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    From what I know about old VW engines it would overheat like buggery, black would have been better, but it's not all about function when it comes to show cars..
    Graham you are 100% correct on both counts, that makes it 200% then. Did think the Buick Century was pretty dashing, but then you drive the Pre-war American cars and they aren't that great. Heavy, ponderous and not all that keen on stopping. Brendan.

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