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dbsv8i
Sunny and dry in Crewe
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mcatlin
nmv2and3 wrote:

I think you're now getting what we had in Bristol this morning if the rainfall radar is anything to go by. Lasted about 30 minutes before moving on


Afraid not. It's been raining for hours. Glad the sun is shining on the righteous in Crewe.
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williamp
I wont be there, but I will be in spirit (well, working under the car)

W.
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mcatlin
My wife has just informed me of a birthday surprise tomorrow so I won't be able to come either. I do wish you all well and hope you have a great day. Lots of photos please.
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tchristie5
Hi Adrian just a short note to say that my wife Pat & I will attend Gaydon complete with DBSV8  VUT 66H. ETA  11 00 Hrs  many thanks Tony Christie
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dbsv8i
Look forward to seeing you Tony, and everyone else.

Sunny in Crewe this morning.

Adrian
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tunlaw
I'm on the way, but a bit late.  ETA 12 - 12.30.
John Cheyne
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tunlaw
A great day - thanks Adrian for organising it.  Here are a couple of pics.
John Cheyne
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tunlaw
And a couple more.
John Cheyne
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mcatlin
Looks like I missed a good one. Well done all concerned.
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dbsv8i
Excellent pictures John, Thank you.

I think a great day all round.

Looking forward to the next one.

Adrian

ps i will post some pics later, report will be sent to HQ.
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madaston
Great day out Adrian, many thanks for organising it.

John
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Mike Talbot
Thoroughly enjoyed the day, many thanks Adrian.

Mike Talbot
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dbsv8i


Adrian
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dbsv8i

Tony Christie, on his way to Amarillo?
Adrian
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John D. Papaevangelou
The view the others see (would have been my caption  ;D)

Congratulations to all for their tenacious enthusiasm in supporting the NP DBS family.
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williamp
Excellent display- and right by the entrance, too. Well done. I did get my brakes sorted, and fitted the new rear dampers that day...
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nmv2and3
Thanks Adrian
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SJH
Looks like a great day... thanks for the photo's... more please  ;D
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boltoc
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chrisb
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Terreric
Great pictures, thank you all.

It is not common to see so many DBS' together. For those who were there, which color do you think suits better the car? To me this is a point where pictures reach their limit.
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sprevett
Sorry I missed it, well done Adrian.

On the question of colour- I still can't decide what suits the model best...Mine is storm red now, which gives these cars a certain Italian look, but originally mine was apparently 'Oystershell' - which I have never seen 'in the flesh'. Was anyone there in an 'Oystershell' variant? if so could we see a pic?

At some point in the not-too-distant future mine will need a respray and I really don't know what I'd do....leave it red? back to 'Oystershell'? ...but then I quite like the darker shades which bring out the chrome detailing...dark blue is nice, so is aubergine...or...
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mcatlin
I think Adrian's car is Windsor red and as it was the first DBS V8 I ever drove I will always think of it as a special colour. However I think I'll have to go with Bahamas Yellow as the best colour for a DBS/DBS V8!
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