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Post by DARK STAR » Sun Jul 14, 2019 9:55 pm

Les premiers venus se sont stationnés à l’ombre en anticipation d’une journée dans les 30 degrés (ils avaient raison).
C’était une journée quasiment américaine, avec trois Corvettes dont une 7 litre de 1968.
Une Ford Thunderbird splendide en turquoise, une Ford Fairlane ‘Crestline’ ‘Sunliner’ ce qui veut dire apparemment ‘Décapotable’.
Et une Mustang grossière de mauvaise millésime qui est parti avant que je sortais mon appareil photo, heureusement.
Partie tot également une superbe MGA en vert foncé comme la MGB de Gérard H, les garées ensemble comme des jumelles.
Restant un peu plus longtemps les Red Triumph se sont barrées quand meme avant l’arrivée d’une deuxième Herald décapotable !
J’étais impressionné par une 911 Targa des années 70, ‘dans son jus’ et tellement belle en bleu claire métallisé.
Et en revanche la 404 benne de la meme époque a été parfaitement restaurée.
Un peu plus récente, c’était bien de voir une Toyota Celica ‘youngtimer’ en cours de restauration.
Bien sur, il y avait aussi des habitués, y compris un Coupé Scimitar ;-)

The first comers parked in the shade in anticipation of a day in the 30 degrees (they were right).
It was an almost American day, with three Corvettes including a 1968 7 litre.
A splendid Ford Thunderbird in turquoise, a Ford Fairlane ‘Crestline' 'Sunliner' which apparently means 'Convertible'.
And a Mustang of a bad model year that left before I took out my camera, thankfully.
Also leaving early a superb MGA in the same dark green as the MGB of Gerard H, parked together like twins.
Remaining a little longer the Red Triumphs left anyway before the arrival of a second Herald convertible!
I was impressed by a 70s 911 Targa, ‘in original condition' and so beautiful in clear blue metallic.
And on the other hand the 404 pickup of the same period was perfectly restored.
A little more recent, it was good to see a Toyota Celica ‘youngtimer' being restored.
Of course, there were also regulars, including a Scimitar Coupé ;-)
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Post by DARK STAR » Mon Aug 19, 2019 8:17 pm

AOUT / AUGUST

Ce mois-ci on a été honoré par une place dans l’amphithéâtre principal, scène de l’énorme rassemblement d’automne mais un peu trop pour l’habituelle trentaine de voitures ;-)
Les habituées comprenaient un Coupé Scimitar, deux Stingray de 1976, une 911 de ’76 également, une Peugeot 203 Break non-restauré et toujours sur ses plaques d’origine, ayant appartené à la même famille depuis 65 ans.
La 203 cabriolet par contre a été refait comme tout neuf ainsi que les deux Simca 1000 orange/jaune.
L’une je connais, en plus d’etre en état concours elle participe régulièrement aux courses de cote de la region.
Comme d’hab il y avait des visiteurs de loin, une Morgan louche de München et une Mustang Coupé de Nevada ;-)
D’accord, elle n’avait pas fait le trajet le jour même, c’était une voiture importée il y a quelques semaines, première main et - à restaurer.
Le proprio se donne deux ans pour le faire, ce qui me semble raisonnable.
Il y avait aussi une Morgan normale, que j’ai préféré à l’autre pour prendre en photo …
Parmi les françaises j’ai remarqué une magnifique Citroën DS Pallas, difficile de croire que, à la base c’est une voiture des années 50.

This month we were honoured by a place in the main amphitheatre, scene of the huge autumn gathering but a bit too much for the usual 30-odd cars ;-)
The regulars included a Scimitar Coupe, two Stingrays of 1976, a 911 of ’76 also, a Peugeot 203 Break unrestored and still on its original plates, having belonged to the same family for 65 years.
The 203 cabriolet on the other hand was redone like brand new as were both the Simca 1000s in orange / yellow.
One I know, in addition to being a concours car, she regularly participates in the hill climbs of the region.
As usual there were visitors from afar, a cross-eyed Morgan from München and a Mustang Coupé from Nevada ;-)
Okay, she had not made the trip the same day, it was a car imported a few weeks ago, first hand and - to restore.
The owner gives himself two years to do it, which seems reasonable to me.
There was also a normal Morgan, which I preferred to the other to take a picture …
Among the French cars I noticed a magnificent Citroën DS Pallas, hard to believe that this basically is a car of the 50s.
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Post by DARK STAR » Tue Dec 10, 2019 6:52 pm

Mon Coupé n’ayant pas bougé depuis des mois j’étais content (mais pas surpris) qu’elle a démarré instantanément.
Par contre les freins sont bizarre, ils marchent bien mais le toucher n’est pas normal, faut les roder un peu.
Une petite sortie à Golfe-Juan s’affiche, il fait assez beau alors roulons!

Arrivé au Théatre de la Mer je trouve les habituées - Corvette, Mustang, Porsche, Peugeot, Mini - plus quelques nouveautés intéressants.
La première voiture qui tape à l’oeil est une Porsche 356 fraichement rénové et comme si elle sort de l’usine.
Elle a même un toit ouvrant électrique, une option très rare.

Venant de juste à coté de chez moi, Garage N7 montre deux voitures, parfaitement restaurées également.
Une contraste inoui et réussite, une Lancia Intégrale et … une Trabant!

Une autre Lancia me fait très peur, une grosse traction (Thema?) avec enfoncé sous le capot un moteur V8 Ferrari.
Ça me rappelle de l’Oldsmobile Toronado des années 60, repute d’être l’une des voitures les plus dangereuses du monde avec 400 ch en traction avant, 2 tonnes de poids - et des freins à tambour.
Bon, la Lancia a des freins à disque mais quand même …

De toute façon, il y a des voitures plus intéressantes à voir
Surtout les Alpine A110 ancienne et moderne garées face à face.
L’ancienne dans son jus, pas de modifications grossières pour accommoder les jantes démesurées, superbe.
La nouvelle avec juste 135 km au compteur, splendide.

Pas beaucoup de photos, mon appareil tombe en panne de batterie, mais un bon rassemblement comme d’habitude.

My Coupe having not moved for months I was happy (but not surprised) that it started instantly. On the other hand the brakes are weird, they work well but the touch is not normal, must be honed a little. A small trip to Golfe-Juan is indicated, the weather is good so drive!

Arrived at the Théatre de la Mer I find the regulars - Corvette, Mustang, Porsche, Peugeot, Mini - plus some interesting newcomers. The first eye-catching car is a newly renovated Porsche 356 which looks as if it has just come out of the factory. It even has an electric sunroof, a very rare option.

Coming from right near to me, Garage N7 shows two cars, also perfectly restored. An incredible contrast and success, a Lancia Integrale and … a Trabant!

Another Lancia makes me very scared, a big front-wheel drive (Thema?) with a Ferrari V8 engine stuffed under the bonnet. It reminds me of the 60s Oldsmobile Toronado, reputed to be one of the most dangerous cars in the world with 400 hp in front wheel drive, 2 tons of weight - and drum brakes. Well, the Lancia has disc brakes but still …

Anyway, there are more interesting cars to see. Especially the ancient and modern Alpine A110's parked face to face. The old one in original condition, no crude changes to accommodate excessive wide wheels, superb. The new one with just 135 km on the clock, splendid.

Not a lot of pictures, my camera is out of battery, but a good gathering as usual.
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Post by DARK STAR » Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:32 pm

Pour la première sortie de l’année il faisait bien frais le petit matin mais le soleil s’est vite imposé.
Comme est devenu malheureusement l’habitude, Dark Star n’avait pas roulé depuis le mois dernier.
Et les freins sont toujours bizarre, Ils marchent très bien mais il faut insister et il n’y a pas de toucher.
Je me demande si le servo a lâché …

Arrivé au Théatre de la Mer je trouve quelques amis habitués et beaucoup de nouveaux venus.
Il manque toutes les Corvettes de 1976 - mais il y a une Anniversary Edition de 1978 en parfait état.
Il manque les Simca 1000 Rallye - mais il y a une autre dans le meme registre de couleur (orange).
Il manque les Mustang turquoise et blanche - mais il y en a une de couleur or.

Trop belle et rarissime mais pas très performante, une Jaguar SS1 1,5 litre de 1938 pointe son nez.
Et de 50 ans plus tard, une 205 GTi bichonnée.
Parlant de rareté, ce mois-ci on a DEUX Porsche 356 au toit ouvrant d’usine, incroyable.

Pour etre différent, voici un ‘pickup’ Chevrolet au moteur 6-en-ligne splendide en vert.
Et une Fiat 600 Multiplas qui propose six ou sept sièges mais seulement pour les amputés ;-)
Au bout du parking se tient l’assemblée des carrosses, grosses Mercedes et Rolls Royce - impressionnantes.

Comme d’hab il y a des étrangères, Alfa Romeo de Belgique et de la Suisse, Fiat 500 et 600 de l’Italie.
Dark Star a passé presque la moitié de sa vie en France maintenant donc elle est française :-)

For the first outing of the year, it was very cool in the morning but the sun quickly prevailed.
As unfortunately has become the custom, Dark Star has not been driven for the past month.
And the brakes are still weird, they work very well but you have to insist and there is no feeling.
I wonder if the servo has packed up…

Arrived at the Theatre de la Mer I find some regular friends and many newcomers.
All the 1976 Corvettes are missing - but there is a 1978 Anniversary Edition in perfect condition.
The Simca 1000 Rallyes are missing - but there is another in the same colour register (orange).
The turquoise and white Mustangs are missing - but there is a gold one.

Too beautiful and extremely rare but not very efficient, a Jaguar SS1 1.5 litre from 1938 shows up.
And 50 years newer, a pampered 205 GTi.
Speaking of rarity, this month we have TWO Porsche 356s with a factory sunroof, incredible.

To be different, here is a Chevrolet pickup with a splendid 6-in-line engine in green.
And a Fiat 600 Multiplas which offers six or seven seats but only for amputees ;-)
At the end of the parking lot is the assembly of limousines, big Mercedes and Rolls Royce - impressive.
As usual there are foreigners, Alfa Romeos from Belgium and Switzerland, Fiat 500 and 600 from Italy.
Dark Star has spent almost half of her life in France now so she is French :-)

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Post by Old and Slow » Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:34 am

Nice pictures, nice weather too.


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Post by DARK STAR » Sun Feb 16, 2020 7:32 pm

Trouvez la différence / Spot the différence

Mac Notes m'a encore emmerdé, j'ai écrit un rapport détaillé et il l'a égaré, alors regardez simplement les photos du mois de février ...
Mac Notes has messed me about again, I wrote a long report and it lost it, so just see the photos of february's meeting ...

La Jaguar verte est la mienne / The green Jaguar is mine
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Post by French Coupé » Mon Feb 17, 2020 9:28 am

I like the tatty 4cv avec roofrack. Will the Jaguar be your chariot for this year's Scimitar Sortie? ;)


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Post by DARK STAR » Mon Feb 17, 2020 11:51 am

The 4cv was apparently a genuine barn find and needed very little work to pass its control technique.
I especially liked the Dauphine - with wide wheels it looks really mean.
And the full Simca 1000 rally team made an impressive line-up.

For the Sortie, the Jaguar seems almost appropriate, if acceptable.
It is a bit more comfortable for long trips :mrgreen:


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Post by DARK STAR » Mon Feb 17, 2020 11:52 am

Dauphine detail
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Post by French Coupé » Tue Feb 18, 2020 1:30 pm

Very mean. You just can't beat a set of wheels with big offsets!


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Post by scimjim » Tue Feb 18, 2020 5:18 pm

Saw this dauphine on retro-rides and thought it needed wider wheels
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Post by DARK STAR » Tue Feb 18, 2020 7:53 pm

Both very nice, the bug is frightening.
Hasn't he found a way of putting a V8 in the Dauphine?
And it definitely needs wide wheels :lol:


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Post by scimjim » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:19 pm

He bought the dauphine and had to replace the bottom half of it, so hasn’t modified it at all :D


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