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Discussion in 'Meetings and Events' started by Adam K, Dec 23, 2014.
Glad I could help with the roof rattles.
Now go easy on the spending
Well what a surprise WE WON
Good job Emily great venue and easy enough to get too.
Now the bad news. We left the venue and went to Stratford upon Avon for a nice afternoon by the river, some food and a little to drink , we parked the car in a not very busy car park away from all the other cars loads of room everywhere!!!!
When we got home and I went to clean off the flys,some AR*E has dented my nsf wing and damaged the paint
So it's off to the body shop AGAIN!!! To get it fixed
Wife's not pleased
First things first, the mods will have to wait a little longer as I'm just in the process of getting some quotes for rust proofing, it has to be properly done or whats the point eh. Dave really sad to hear about the dent, hope it's not too bad!! there are some right around aren't there.
You're honourable Majesty Mam, thankyou
Everso,curtsy, from the really real princess,Bambi and Dave x x
That is so bad I don't even know what to say . Is it going to need a lot of work? Some people have no respect for other people's property. I hope they saw the rosettes in the car and felt bad!
Yes what a complete shock, taken with no drama,no excitment and complete dignity...
But seriously great to meet you both and all the lovely kei car owners
Hope to see you all again soon x x
Thanks Claire, no we didn't park with the rosettes in the car heathers stupid, but not that stupid, she did say I could put this by the way.
When princess has stopped crying,we'll see what needs to be done X X
You guys will keep us posted about this, won't you? It's so, so unjust - the best Copen on display, I remember you dealing with those famous "corners" and now, having taken every reasonable precaution, Princess gets beaten up. When I bought Neville, he had two sizeable car park dents, both on the passenger side. I spent £400 this year getting that fixed and, like you try to park him away from others ... why do I so often return to find a 4x4 parked next door??
Good luck guys - we're with you all the way!
Maybe next year we could have some name tags, not because i forgot who i was, but it would be easier to recognise one another.
I'll try and sort something out next year, even if it's just for us Copen owners! Some groups are smaller so they get to chat with each other more but It is harder for us. I promise not to make you play ice breaker party games though
[QUOTE="ClareL, post: 19347, member: 1022 I promise not to make you play ice breaker party games though [/QUOTE]
That's a relief I daren't ask which games
[QUOTE="ClareL I promise not to make you play ice breaker party games though [/QUOTE]
What we need is an initiation ceremony!! Our PM has blazed the trail!
What we need is an initiation ceremony!! Our PM has blazed the trail! [/QUOTE]
Heavens, Badger - no piggy-wiggies PLEEZ !! I know that daddy Badgers are called boars, but that would be a trotter too far! (.... PS. It's 9 all )
Quick update people
Went to see Andy,our body man, it's definetly a car door ding so the car is booked in for later this month, we'll keep you all updated on progress.
Heavens, Badger - no piggy-wiggies PLEEZ !! I know that daddy Badgers are called boars, but that would be a trotter too far! (.... PS. It's 9 all )[/QUOTE]
10 all!! A civilised draw. First to 20? And don't call me a bore! My collection of yogurt pot lids is the talking point of the sett!
This looked brilliant, I wish we could have made it down in ours We will definately be attending next year!
It was a great day! I'll post details of next year as soon as we have dates.
Hopefully it will be at the Heritage Motor Museum again.
Having had some private turbulences after returning to Germany (which fortunately are sorted out now) I can only now let you know that all of us returned well.
Thanks so much for the event, it really was a fab day out and meeting you all always is a real pleasure.
Congrats also to all winners, all very worth the reward!
I forward greetings from all german attendees, the assured me they had a brilliant time and also would like to thank the organisers for their work.
Here you can find my pics, enjoy viewing (you may download them all in original resolution with Picasa by Google):
If interested about the others' fotos or our tour around the southwest of England after KKITP you might like to take a look at the thread at the german forum (some pics can only be displayed after registering):
Hope to be able to come again next year, so see you there,
PS: @princess: Really sad to read what happened. I'll keep my fingers crossed for a speedy and not that expensive repair.