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About A7ESK

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    Midlands Area Coordinator
  • Birthday 10/07/1962

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  1. Snow stopped play thank you for your support in 2017 it’s been a very busy year for our area drive outs and a amazing breakfast meets see you all soon Christmas party . Eddie
  2. Ok all it’s heavy snow around here I’m still going in my 4x4 please be safe if your still coming . Merry Christmas
  3. Its this weekend who going. Eddie and Sue .
  4. Thank you Adrian plus Clive loving the strips.
  5. Thank you for registering the Lotus Drivers Club for the Sunday Scramble on 7th January 2018, tickets are now on sale via the Bicester Heritage website, please note the change to the ticket purchasing page. http://bicesterheritage.co.uk/whaton/sunday-scramble-6/ http://bicesterheritage.co.uk/?ticket=sunday-scramble-tickets In order to obtain club tickets your members will need to click on the ‘Enter Promotional Code’ link towards the top of the ‘Tickets’ block on the booking page and input your club discount code LDCJAN18. The club ticket option will then be visible for them to select and purchase their tickets. Please could you share the discount code and instructions above with your members when promoting the Scramble. This not only enables them to purchase advance discounted tickets but allows us to see how many club vehicles to expect when planning the space for your club parking display area. Please note, club tickets sales close at midnight Monday 1st January 2018 and are subject to availability. Clubs attending with 10 vehicles or more may be allocated their own club parking display area. In the event that this number is not achieved and we are unable to provide a display parking area we will advise affected clubs after the ticket cut-off date of 1st January 2018. Clubs are welcome to use flags and gazebos to promote themselves within their club display area but will need to make sure that they have their own insurance to cover any damage caused should any of these items fall or blow over. If you wish to do this, we will require a copy of your insurance and a risk assessment. We appreciate the Lotus Drivers Club supporting this event again and hope that your club members have an enjoyable day here.
  6. Next meeting is our Chritmas one on the 10th December 9am onwards . Santa hats be good to see you all and some new members we meet at the Nec Classic .
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    Welcome Love the colour Plus with all that MG experience >>>>>> See you both soon yes Christmas breakfast meet , Eddie.
  8. Update from Allison . ENTHUSIASTS CELEBRATE AT LANCASTER INSURANCE CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW’S ‘SEASON FINALE’ There’s a reason the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, is heralded as the ‘season finale’ as enthusiasts from all over the UK and beyond gathered at Birmingham’s NEC to celebrate another fantastic year for the classic motoring community in style. Show Director Lee Masters said: “Our thanks go to all of the classic motoring clubs who not only support the event but pull out all of the stops year after year to bring the most amazing vehicles to the show.” The clubs embraced this year’s show theme of ‘Family Ties’ with displays ranging from cars from the same manufacturing family to cars made by one family name. Many including the Morris Minor Owners Club and Capri Club International celebrated family occasions such as weddings, holidays, prom night and even funerals. This year saw a number of newly launched modern cars showcased alongside the heritage marques such as the new TVR Griffith and the Mazda MX-5 RF as well as displays from manufacturers including Porsche GB and Vauxhall. The Meguiar’s Club Showcase saw 16 stunning classics put under the judges’ spotlight with Ian Matthews from Sutton Coldfield and his 1959 Morris Mini crowned the winner, making it a win for Mini owners two years in a row. Then it was up to the public to decide who would be victorious in the Lancaster Insurance Pride of Ownership competition. Out of the 20 finalists, showcasing a diverse mix of cars, first place went to Simon McNamara and his 1983 VW Golf GTi Mk1. Sporting Bears’ Dream Rides raised £35,000 offering around 1,000 rides in exchange for a donation to children’s charities. The most popular car of the Dream Rides garage was Clive Gosling’s 700bhp Supercharged Ford Mustang which hardly stopped over the three show days. Silverstone Auctions saw £3.6million change hands as 67% of the lots were sold (all inclusive). Biggest seller of the weekend was the 1996 Lamborghini Diablo SE30 RHD £281,750. The 2004 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale sold at £158,700 while the 1988 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 saw the hammer down at £112,500. The biggest battle of the weekend was between the Wheeler Dealers Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead as their #ClassicRumble came to a head. Mike and his team had spent the past eight months restoring a Ford Escort XR3i Convertible while Ant and his team built a 1950s inspired single-seater race car from scratch. When Silverstone Auctions put the hammer down on both cars, it was declared a draw, with both cars selling for £22,500 including premium. All the money raised will go to Mike and Ant’s chosen charities – The Marie Crawford Boyd Foundation and Harrison’s Fund. Andrew Evanson, Senior Operations Manager at Lancaster Insurance, comments: “Family Ties really showcases the essence of our industry, being a community and sharing a common passion. What a show its been, from having an amazing array of our car club partner's classics on our stand to seeing Simon and his 1983 VW Golf GTi MK1 win the Pride of Ownership, it's been incredible. “A real highlight has been our #ClassicRumble and with the help of Mike, Ant, their respective teams and Silverstone Auctions, we're delighted to have raised awareness and funds for two incredible causes - Harrison's Fund and Marie Crawford Boyd Foundation. Its been fantastic sharing this weekend with everyone, what a way to end the year!” The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, will be held from 9-11 November 2018.
  9. Well that’s it folks yet another NEC Classic Motor Show I like to thank you all for attending the show . Great Stand team all over the weekend . plus all the show cars 2017 plus all my Show cars I’ve picked since I’ve been a Show organiser all these years . loved every minute of it Working with Tim Steel and Matt what a great team I’ve had . Are be really looking forward to 2018 show cars plus it will be a nice surprise not Knowing the Show cars being in picked . And my family ties theme with Stripes on cars Mike we got Stripes all over our stand and nice to see Carol and the family thanking me for remembering Mike a very special nice man . Speacial guest Clive Chapman and Malcolm Ricketts . again a BIG THANK YOU ALL Regards Eddie King .
  10. Fantastic day today thank you all team Friday and Saturday .
  11. All set up stunning stand .
  12. Thunderbirds are go all loaded up see you all later . Yes year in the planning now its show and shine thank you all its going to be very busy one . Eddie.
  13. Not long now months build up all paper work done cars picked staff thank you lets rock this one . Eddie.
  14. Administrator Welcome

    See you at the NEC team
  15. HI From Norfolk

    Welcome to the club