To hold a club meet on a cold, dark wet February Night was maybe being a bit optimistic, but I had faith in the hard core club members, and I wasn't disappointed. Considering the time of year, the attendance was impressive. A few of our members couldn't make the meet due to work and other commitments, but even without them the variety of vehicles was varied.
|The club line up, at least it had stopped |
raining which meant I could get some photo's.
|Newest Outcast member was James (I think,|
as you know I am no good with names!) in
his T25 Westy with a high top.
|This really is a nice bus, with a full Westy|
interior. James also has a bay window which
hopefully we will get to see at a future club
meet sometime. Welcome to the club mate.
|Stuart and his son came along in his '71 bay |
with the un-mistakable chequered front and
red oxide paint.
|Ellie brought her Golf (Nitro Nancy)|
sorry about the poor quality of this photo
|James and Helen came over from Thame, in|
Oxfordshire in Helen's Beetle (named Fanny!)
|It's always good to see James and Helen, as|
it is a bit of a trek for them to get over to the
|A welcome surprise was Kevin, who came |
over in his lovely T4. This is a twin
sliding door model and is such a nice colour
in the flesh,
|It was great to catch up with Kevin, and we |
spent some time at the bar chatting with other
|Kevin is a member of the Oxfordshire based|
VW Club, OXDUBZ. It's always good when
club members visit other clubs meetings.
Hopefully we can organise a cruise over to
OXDUBZ meet in the summer months.
|My bay and Stuarts bay under the lights of|
|Tim had to come over in his trusty Golf due to |
having a slight problem with his T25 pop top.
(Hope you get the small problem sorted mate)
|A pleasant surprise was the arrival of (swiss)|
Dave and Angela in their daughter Louise's
Beetle, Brum (hope that's spelt right?)
|Lovely chequered front and un-usual colour|
make this Bug stand out.
|'Brum' making new friends...|
|Quite impressive line up considering the |
time of year, and the weather.
|Gavin is becoming a regular at our meets in|
his Baja Bug. Very distinctive paint, as you
would expect from a professional paint
|Gavin's Baja from behind. Love those rear|