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    PCCV Annual Auction this Friday 4th Oct.

    For those that do not know, the PCCV is holding its annual "Auction Night", this Friday 4th Oct.

    It is arguably the most enjoyable night to attend (of all club meetings), as items from peugeot cufflinks and hard to find posters to peugeot cycles and car parts are auctioned off, at next to nothing prices! Obviously, items will change from year to year.

    Youll also find that it is one of the most attended meetings all year, therefore, the adjacent car park is gonna be chocker blocked with peugeots for everyone to perve at eek! .

    I may not be in attendance (as i have an appointment with the beer doctor ). But if you see a graphite grey 205 GTi with personlised plates(of course with an AussieFrogs sticker on its arse), come over and say "howdy" - tiz me approve

    While youre there, pick yourself up one of those wicked peugeot t-shirts... theyre "frign sik mayte". It is done in french blue and the pug symbol in a yellow... think theyre still 15 bucks... youd have to be nuts not to have one in your summmer wardrobe mallet ,

    cheers a_drink ,

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    I'll be there wink
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    nJm:
    I'll be there wink
    ... kewl, Nick... i will endevour to rock up, also. If i make it that night, I'll even give you a ride in the GTi around our super special stage in Camberwell approve tongue ,

    cheers! ,

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    Sounds like a lot of fun

    Hope to see lots of Aussiefrogs members there!
    I'll be in my silver 505 GTi, with the aussiefrogs sticker proudly stuck to the rear windscreen
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    Hmmm... What time will the meeting start (and roughly finish)???

    I'll try to make it along, after "studying" at a friend's place in Ringwood tomorrow (although I will be giving up a DVD night he's having... I'll see if I like the choice of movie...)

    Cheers,
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    starts 8pm. usually finishes around 10-10:30.
    Nick
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    "All of its cars from the 1.1 litre 205 through the ugly duckling 309 to the 2.2 litre 505 GTi had a rightness and a righteousness about them that turned every humdrum drive into a journey. Someone, I once wrote, in the bowels of Peugeot understands handling and how a chassis should feel." - Jeremy Clarkson

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    ... thats right, the meeting starts at about 8ish, but be there earlier, say errr, ummm... 730ish (thats pm :p ) for the car park drool - thats about the time when peeps start rockin up and fanging up and down the street, not that anyone should... hehehe
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    Lol.
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    Cool, I'll be there.

    cheers!
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    ... eyy guys, i feel like a bit of tight arse, but i probably wont make it tonight - its pissin down, at the moment, and i'd hate to get ma hairdo wet .

    Anyways, im sure you lot will have a good night salivating over the plethora of pugs likely to be there, and pick up some neat peugeot stuff, in the process.

    cheers cheers! ,

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    P>S. dont forget to grab yourself a peugeot tee - the one with the big old skool rampaging lion on the front - i think its the one similar to the one found on 504s
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    daily ding magnet: '98 1.8 16v citroen xsara


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    gimme corners. . .


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    Yeah, its on one of the avatars here, and on the front cover of the instruction book of any early model 505. I think the rubber floor mat in my car has it too
    Nick
    1983 Peugeot 505 GR


    "All of its cars from the 1.1 litre 205 through the ugly duckling 309 to the 2.2 litre 505 GTi had a rightness and a righteousness about them that turned every humdrum drive into a journey. Someone, I once wrote, in the bowels of Peugeot understands handling and how a chassis should feel." - Jeremy Clarkson

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    Well, the auction went pretty good eh?

    Nice to meet you guys, nJm, silverexec, pug505exec and PUG307. Keep on puggin'. head_ban

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    I have to say, it's amazing how people can get so excited over tubs of nuts & bolts I don't think I've ever seen such intense bidding.

    Nice to meet everyone else too.

    Cheers,

    Justin

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    Yeah, it was nice to meet everyone and finally put some faces to the names on here.

    John, we didn't really get to talk much, didn't even get to see your car... I'd went to turn off my engine and when I turned around you'd gone...
    Nice meeting you anyway!

    And I was looking out for one of those Peugeot tees but didn't see any, the white one for auction was about 5 sizes too small (no I'm not massive, it was a kids tee...)

    Cheers,
    Richard

    <small>[ 05 October 2002, 01:51 PM: Message edited by: silverexec ]</small>
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    ... Wow! Great to know that there were a number of you waving the aussiefrogs flag.

    Although, i had plans that friday night, i considered rockin up for a few moments. i got as far as punt rd then decided to turn back as the traffic was absolutely horrendous (i work in the cbd). Pity, as i missed an opportuntity to meet all of you - surely there will be many in the future wink .

    i called a mate to look out for yall and pass on my regards - his name is Alex drives a neat 505 with the bottom front lip missing - he also owns a 504 and has owned numerous models through the years).

    Nick, youre a lucky sonofa as i know of those floor mats - they look crazy. Im hoping you have no need for them as i wouldnt mind taking ownership .

    Yeah, bidding can get a little out of hand, at times. I wonder if there was anything decent to bid on, apart from "tubs of nuts and bolts" mallet .

    Hey, Richard, those peugeot tees were not auction items but can be bought from the little stall(normally found to the left of the stage). And that white peugeot tee, 5 sizes too small? Its all the rage these days - you could wear it with your hipster jeans and look like an ex member of the back street boys mallet ,

    cheers yall cheers! ,

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    gimme corners. . .


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    John, we didn't really get to talk much, didn't even get to see your car... I'd went to turn off my engine and when I turned around you'd gone...
    Nice meeting you anyway!
    My car wasn't there Richard, I came with my brother in his Alfetta, the one that made lots of noise when it started . Look out for a white Mi16 next time.

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    Was your brothers car stoned and its panels kicked in by one eyed tweed jacket (with leather elbow patches) wearing puegeotphiles?lols

    At one club meeting, some courageous dood decided to park his sooped up holden piazza in the same carpark. When he was leaving i heard one guy yell out," get that shit outa here!". roll_lau head_ban

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    daily ding magnet: '98 1.8 16v citroen xsara


    previous frogs:

    88 S1 205GTi
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    gimme corners. . .


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    There's normally a little stall for merchandise?

    When was the last time you attended a meeting pugjet Heck, I've been to every meeting since July (or is that June?), and I've never seen any stall.

    Cheers,

    Justin

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    Was your brothers car stoned and its panels kicked in by one eyed tweed jacket (with leather elbow patches) wearing puegeotphiles?
    No panel damage, but someone spat on it... wink
    John W

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    1974 Peugeot 504 TI
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    2009 Peugeot 407 HDI wagon - family car

    Previous: 2005 407 HDI manual sedan, 1980 504 GL, 1990 405 Mi16, 1977 504 GL Special, 1984 505 SRD Turbo



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    pugjet:
    Nick, youre a lucky sonofa as i know of those floor mats - they look crazy. Im hoping you have no need for them as i wouldnt mind taking ownership .
    I only have one for the driver's footwell, and I like it a lot as its really grippy so you don't slip around when wearing wet shoes. I've seen a huge pile of them at Pugwreck in Bayswater. Its quite a drive, but its amazing what they have it you're after interior bits.

    It was a great meeting you Richard and John. Hope to see you at another one some time.

    cheers,
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    those peugeot tees were not auction items but can be bought from the little stall(normally found to the left of the stage). And that white peugeot tee, 5 sizes too small? Its all the rage these days - you could wear it with your hipster jeans and look like an ex member of the back street boys ,
    Damn it!! I knew I should have bought it!! A missed opportunity... roll_lau roll_lau

    Didn't see that other stall though, I'd really like to get one of those 206 rally caps I saw one guy wearing, looked really good.

    John, yeah I saw the noisy red Alfetta leaving , I'll keep an eye out next time for your Mi16.

    cheers!
    Cheers,
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    ... im surprised to hear that there wasnt a stall (seling merchandise and parts) - a chap named Phil Torode normally runs it. And at the back of the room, youll usually find the "library" - dont tell me it wasnt there, either? eek! .

    Justin, i havent been to a meeting since errr, i think about feb or march of this year (the meetings were boring me shitless, and decided to give it a bit of a rest).

    Nick, thanks for the tip - i'll go check out Pugwreck for those mats. They arent for my pug, but for ummm, nothing really - i just like the look of 'em .

    Guys, kinda disheartening to read the Queensland boys EASILY organise a cruise disappro - guess we're too busy sittin on our arses sippin lattes and smokin styvesants mallet black_ey whip ,

    wheres ma beer? a_drink ,

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    daily ding magnet: '98 1.8 16v citroen xsara


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    gimme corners. . .


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    Looks like a lots changed since your day pugjet

    No library up the back, and no merchandise up the front

    Some meetings, namely the AGM in particular, are hard to get excited about. The events look like fun though, but I'll give myself a few more years before I join the petanque set DECAs on in under 2 months.

    I think I suggested a cruise long before, and I think someone put it down to public liability. How bout ye quit the styvies and lattes, get the ball rolling, and do some drivin, eh wink

    Cheers,

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    ... wow... tsk, tsk. Justin, Its hard to believe how "things" have changed , not that meetings were any more exciting back then - the few things i actually looked forward to are no longer. I mean, at least one can still chin wag with fellow enthusiasts and google their prized lions in the car park.

    Yeah the events are unreal. Everything from rallies and hillclimbs to go kart nights and errr that petanque thing. I just found it a wee bit hard to get comfortable as it seemed like a bit of an old boys club, if ya know what i mean wink .

    ... yeah, a cruise sounds like a great idea, and i'd be there with bells on (ding!ding!) but im not any good at planning shit ... just good at scullin beers a_drink whip ,

    cheers,
    Regs

    P>S. ive visited your 307 site many times, Justin. Its a great insight to all things 307. Looks as if youve put so much work into it. Double thumbs up... i approve approve .
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    daily ding magnet: '98 1.8 16v citroen xsara


    previous frogs:

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    '95 306S16


    gimme corners. . .


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    OK, well it's just ridiculous that in the year i have been on this forum that NO ONE has organised a cruise in Melbourne eek!
    I am happy to organise one on a Saturday or Sunday, and i even have a really great route planned out... So lets get moving on this

    And we i'll make sure we stop for those all important Latté's cheers!

    Any ideas on how to get the ball rolling?
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