Trying again with just 1 photo this time. This is Bill's dog at a stop on the Rover Trail (looking for Rover I suppose) Don't think he comes with Bill's Syncro sale
On Thursday, 7 August 2014 9:06 PM, Roger Bell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Aimed to send following but having trouble with attachments that are too big and not having any joy trying to use Dropbox. Any suggestions gratefully received. Have some good videos to share eg Neil's T2 run up that final loop of Rover Trail as well as what I took in Hart's Tristar mentioned below. Someone remarked on the lack of engine noise for Dokas and the soundtrack on the video bears this out. Will attach a couple of teaser photos and persevere with the others perhaps using my Hotmail account. Stay tuned.
Les can I echo the gratitude of the other contributors for starting and nurturing our trusty register. Eddie they are some impressive syncro statistics.
On Wednesday, 6 August 2014 1:55 PM, Roger Bell <email@example.com> wrote:
Back safely and aim to post a few more pictures and videos of our enjoyable time together. Thanks to all who contributed
and encouraged - it was good to share time together again. Rudy was down from Bribie Island and Neil came up from Sydney with his sister Heidi who had previously accompanied (kept him under control) on our trip to Cape York. Even came across my previous T3 with its still happy current owner and me a little nostalgic. Phil was there gathering VIN numbers - plus many more good T3 people to share time with.
This video is of the start of the drive up Rover Trail calmly piloted by Hart in his Tristar. I think this aspect of the weekend illustrated that good driving adds to the capabilities of fine machines.
The photo is us waiting to join the procession and then static display in the main street of Nambacca Heads.
On not such a happy note as I was coming back from Valla via Sydney I responded to Tom Mischler's email seeking someone to bring his new Mefro rims to Melbourne. Tom was on his way to me yesterday to pick up the rims when he rang to postpone as he had been involved in an accident that has had serious perhaps irretrievable consequences for his T3.Fortunately after a day in hospital he has been discharged apparently with no long term consequences to himself.