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NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


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FIVE RED

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Tue 13 Nov 18 14:23

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


Well done to all, especially to our Membership duo who must have broken all records for signing up new members - electronically of course Thumbs up


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Rich

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Tue 13 Nov 18 19:35

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


FIVE RED wrote (View Post):Well done to all, especially to our Membership duo who must have broken all records for signing up new members - electronically of course Thumbs up

Totally agree. Clap Clap


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Wacjac

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Tue 13 Nov 18 20:33

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


it was a great team effort and three very long days Thumbs up


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corvetteville

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Wed 14 Nov 18 07:43

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


This was my first big show and what a fantastic group of people you are. I want to thank each & everyone of you for your help & advice in assisting me. Your supurb dedication & excellent organizational skills are commendable. The whole experience was wonderful thanks to you. The stand looked amazing complete with flags, bunting, gazebo, tables & chairs, merchandise, sweets cakes drinks and not forgetting the Brilliant (pun intended) lighting. The CCCUK stand easily being the best in show.The club should be rightly very proud. And a big special Thank You to Bill. Thanks again. Steve

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curious bystander

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Wed 14 Nov 18 10:23

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


Thanks for the mention Steve Thumbs up

It's a big job organising something like the NEC - weeks of planning and liaising with numerous people. And come the day it's always a worry that something unexpected will happen - starter motors anyone? - but it all worked out in the end.

It's just a pity more Club Members don't come forward like you did.

Highlight of the weekend for me - your joke about the parrot in the brothel Rofl


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corvetteville

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Wed 14 Nov 18 11:51

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


Hi Bill, well your organising certainly paid off! 😇As for the starter... in hand🤔 As for the Parrot joke, I can't remember the end? 🤣Can you remind me?. Perhaps not on here!! Steve

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86vetteman

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Wed 14 Nov 18 16:50


Steve, Bill I never heard it......... next year perhaps? Or maybe at the Nationals!! Mike B


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I have owner my 86 C4 since buying in the States in 1993 when I moved there. I have been a Club Member since moving back to the UK with the car in 1998. I also own a Cyber Grey 2009 C6 Coupe

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corvetteville

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Wed 14 Nov 18 17:50

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


It's better after a few sherbets, as most things do😜

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roppa440

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Fri 16 Nov 18 12:04

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


It looks like you guys did an absolutely fantastic job of the club stand.

I used to love going to the NEC show but the last couple of times I went it was so busy it was murder walking around so have not been for a while now.

Best time was when I had my old Challenger there. It's different spending three days on site. Me and wor lass were able to spend a lot of time in Birmingham centre which is always great fun at this time of year. We also stayed at the Hilton so right on site.

It was so much fun it kind of spoiled all the trips down after. So stopped going. Sad

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curious bystander

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Fri 16 Nov 18 12:51

Re: NEC Classic Car Show - Birmingham


I have to say Dave that your wife and mistress look very much alike Laughing


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