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Monday, June 26, 2017

"Home James..."

So off we set at 7.30 am.



First stop.




Barreling along through Ohio.







Another stop.



Fellow Ontarians in a big bus in Ohio,



Another rest.



Note the road name.



Home safe and sound in the underground twelve hours later.



A great week.


(Posted by David Irvine)

Sunday, June 25, 2017

RROC National Day 6

Cool morning after two days of rain.



Morning traffic jam to the 'field'



Rearview mirror,




Onto the heavily dewed squishy field.



And let the games begin....


















It's a dog's life.



250 photos later someone got 'First Place, Touring', Silver Shadow/T.



More photos later.

(Posted by David Irvine)




Saturday, June 24, 2017

RROC National Meet Day 5

Wet, wet, wet.



That sums it it up.




The perfect day to stay in the covered parking and detail your car.

Unless you are at the side...



Reflect for a moment.





Perfect weather in the forecast for tomorrow.


(Posted by David Irvine)

Friday, June 23, 2017

RROC National Meet Day 4

Miscellaneous observation for the day .



One way or another.



Generation gaps





A 'TU' plated car and the owner probably is unaware...





Another 'TU' car. Yeah, that one again...



Openings..







Detailing.





The long & the short.





Big eyes.



Photo Shoots.



And this:





Yes, we were blinded by the light.



And suffocated by tyre smoke.......



(Posted by David Irvine)

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Checked out this #Bentley #Mulsanne #Turbo at a #wreckers in #Queensland. It landed upside down in a creek. #seenbetterdays #CrashedBentley #pile


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RROC Meet Day 3

Not much to report today as I chatted to much and went to a seminar.
A really good seminar.



Early in the day a Phantom at 'Denny's'



And an early Silver Spirit with a Silver Shadow.
Good breakfasts in there....



Then I came across a Silver Cloud originally owned by a Northern Irish coal merchant (Davidsons) still sporting it's Belfast registration number.



And also a fine pair of Silver Cloud IIIs.



But, me the Silver Shadow/ T fan.
I fell in love with this 1974 LWB.



And even polished the car for it's new owner (Jim C).



Oh dear.....Is that not a Commandment. 'Thow shall not covet thy neighbour's Silver Shadow'
And on the day of my wedding anniversary.



Might I get in trouble...?

(Posted by David Irvine)







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