UK V12 April Meeting

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Sean Bramhall
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UK V12 April Meeting

Post by Sean Bramhall » Mon Jan 05, 2009 2:52 pm

The V12 section of the Ferrari club are planing a meeting for the first Sunday 5th April 2009 at Goodwood breakfast club staying at local hotel Sat night email me for details


Happy New Year
How many Ferrari's do you have to collect to be a collector 64 330GT (6155), 90 Testerossa, Austin Healy 100-6 911 964RS a merc SL280,SL500 pagoda Morgan plus 4 Bentley S3 and Brooklands oh Wife say's I've got MAD CAR Dieseeeeeee

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Re: UK V12 April Meeting

Post by klv » Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:57 pm

Hello all - got some pictures of our weekend sorted out now - apologies for a few Alfa ones that have sneaked in!
To deal with it chronologically, we started at a rolling road/dyno in Uxbridge (north west of London, just outside the M25) after after a morning there, we decamped to the offices of Tony Willis, who holds all the archives and sales records from Maranello Concessionaires - the main UK dealer since the 1960s. It was fascinating to be able to look up all the correspondence relating to the sale and service of our cars. Tony will provide copies for a suitable fee. His well set up office is located inside the old Brooklands circuit and you park alongside a section of the concrete banking.

From there we headed south and stayed overnight at the Hilton hotel near Arundel, along the south coast from Goodwood and had an excellent dinner there. Sunday morning saw us going over to the Goodwood circuit for one of their Breakfast Club meetings, followed by a lunch at a typical English country pub about half way back towards London. A good weekend was had by all! Here are a few pics for those interested: ... kZaux7frXg#

Next planned tour is to "Gods Own Country" - otherwise known as Yorkshire :lol:


Andrew S
PS - ship docks with the Alfa and 365 next week - touch wood!
Kelly La Velle & Andrew Stevens

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