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Gaydon Landy show

Discussion in 'Land Rover Shows' started by neilly, May 9, 2019.

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  1. neilly

    neilly Well-Known Member

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    Well it is almost the weekend and this weekend it is the Gaydon LR show.

    May pop along for a wee shufti, if the weather stays nice.

    If you decide to go, then when you buy a ticket make sure to say it is gift aid, then you will get a ticket that is valid for a year to visit the motor museum.

    Cheers
     
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    I'll be going on Saturday, i'm looking forward to it.
     
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    I will be going Sunday in the 127 v8. Weather looks much nicer Sunday.
     
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    Me too on Sunday.
     
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    slomofo Well-Known Member

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    Went today, 2hrs including the BMM and collections hall.

    Next
     
  6. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    Did yer take photo's of the Freelander's? They have got some rare ones.
     
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    There were more Freelanders than anything else, should rename the show;)
     
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    Gaydons Gaylander Group Hugs Show ?
    at lot of Gaylander drivers were seen asking for Gay Don o_O;):D
     
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    Its what I keep saying isn't it - Freelander is the spirit on Land Rover - cheap & cheerful capable 4wd motoring, not ponsey RRs with LR badges. D1's were as well, but definitely not the current crop.
     
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    So was it any good
     
  11. Si Click

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    Sunday for me, though it sounds like my D2 will be out of place.
     
  12. Si Click

    Si Click Well-Known Member

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    Good weather and plenty of LRs, but where were the trade stands?
    Still, finally bought a slide hammer. Now to do something about my weeping rear diff pinion seal.
     
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    Was fairly quiet, a nice little stroll around , stil means I can go back when it is a wet Friday afternoon and have a mooch around the museum.

    Cheers
     
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    I enjoyed the museum, good to see HUE 166 in the flesh as well as the turbine powered Rover P6. I'll take my father in law round it next time he is down from Scotland.
     
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