Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 21:12:48 GMT
From: "Al" <alistairdorenospamo.com>
Subject: Re: UK SOC National anyone going?


"Paul Halliday" <pjghnospamyonder.co.uk> wrote in message news:C0D9A147.422A%pjghnospamyonder.co.uk... > in article 1152565847.695639.208010nospam2000cwb.googlegroups.com, Al at > alistairdorenospamo.com wrote on 10/07/2006 22:10: > >> Simple question I guess! Planning to turn up on Saturday as a day >> visitor. Not really a camping fan, although I did three nights at Le >> Mans for the first time this year. > > Alas, we have other plans on that day which involve imbibing copious > amounts > of the good stuff! Enjoy your day, too :) > Maybe next year eh? Joined SOC again this year, can't make my mind up whether to join Ebor group or the Barnsley group... >> Enjoyed last year, got to meet Paul and Orca, and see loads of really >> great C900's, and some really beautifully kept 96's. > > Nice meeting you, too, Al. I loved those 96s! There was an absolutely > gorgeous red 99T Airflow and a stunning example of an early C900. > <http://www.pjgh.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/saab/soc_2005/index.html> > >> Unfortunately, my beloved "work in progress" C900 Aero hasn't really >> progressed much since last years event but I'm hoping to pick up a few >> spares if I can. Namely FPR and some bigger injectors. > > I got replacement rear light clusters and one of those accessory under > seat > bins last year. Look out for a SAAB accessory dog guard, will you? One > that > fits between the back seats and the boot - I think it fits into the rear > headrest slots. Say 20 quid if you see one? > Will keep an eye out for that one. > Orca is going into Aeromotive on the 30th for the bonnet, front wings and > doors removing, replacing where necessary and respraying. The "collars and > cuffs" (Super Inca wheels and grille) are also being done in Cirrus White. > I'm hoping a potential deal with a Belgian for an unpainted Airflow > front/rear skirts will come to pass, too. > Mine's in there at the mo' to get the ignition lock sorted out, I've been starting her on a hall light switch and a bell push for the last three weeks, least said soonest mended! > She'll look like a proper '80s chick in patent stilettos and leggings when > she's finished. Gaudy? Yes ... I hope :) Something akin to this: > <http://www.pjgh.yorkshirepages.com/promotional/Airflow%20Brochure%20(White) > .jpg> > Woa, like an Essex girl in car format!! >> Anyway hope to put a few names to faces for the UK folks on this group. > > I think a pat on the back when you meet Toby, for arranging the rolling > road. Nice work there, fella! > Yeah, don't think i'll subject my baby to that....or will I? Never had her dynoed, so not sure if I want to know. Maybe she needs a name? I've named every car I ever owned, but not this one. WIP seems so rude... > Paul > > 1989 900 Turbo S > http://saab.go.dyndns.org/ Cheers Paul, have one for me! Al

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