Wednesday 14 April 2010

World Exclusive

Lo 'E' Nuf and PLGPhoto are proud to present Birks Motor Engineers' new advert, intended to be displayed on bus shelters and buses throughout the area.

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Pic by Nest for
Turd by Reese
Arse by Jöshe

Saturday 10 April 2010

Coming up...

Tuesday April 20th is the next Lo 'E' Nuf club night at the Ace Cafe, hopefully see lots of you there.

Next show is Big Bang, 23-25 April at Santa Pod

All the usual cobblers,

Advance tickets are £30 for adults, kids under 13 go free

Tickets from Ticketmaster Tim

Sunday May 2nd is the Stanford Hall VW show

One for all the buffers and parts hunters out there. Excellent concours competition and a huge trade area on the front lawn of this lovely stately home.

Tickets are £7 for adults and £1 for children.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 3rd, is the Chalgrove May Festival. All the usual village fete things: art & crafts, classic cars, bbq, steam engines, helicopter rides, etc. A good family day out.

We should be chugging down in a cruise from Bicester so see ginga for details.

Wednesday May 5th is the Spring Riot at the Ace Cafe

Get there early if you want to get in the car park.

Sunday May 16th is the Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally. Held next door to Aylesbury Rugby Club between Weston Turville and Aston Clinton.

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Get directions to or from HP22 5RN

Entry is £5 adults, kids on a lead go free.

To enter your vehicle is £4, in advance. There may be spaces left on the day when it costs £10.

Details at Chiltern Hills Rally

Lastly, Saturday May 22nd is the Porsche Swapmeet at Husborne Crawley nr Milton Keynes (junction 13 of the M1)

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Get directions to or from MK43 0XE

Friday 2 April 2010

Random Blah

Some recent pictures from ginga to help while away the minutes...

This Suzuki was spotted waiting for an MOT outside an Aylesbury garage recently. It had been spotted before, doing laps of the Maccy-D drive-in, when it had the "pre-owned" vibe about it but the addition of the Mazda front end is sheer genius. (click on the pics etc)

Note the precision wing fitting using the absolute minimum number of self tapping screws

Fusion Modding
The art of blending parts from multiple manufacturers in a seamless mix to create a unique look.

Here we can see the invisible repair to the rear bumper using tie-wraps and the lightweight sports perspex rear window complete with dividing rubber strip (!?!)

Moving on...

Budget vehicle transport - why bother with costly transporter hire when you can borrow a Luton van with a tail lift?

And Finally...

The typical Cornish tool kit
For all your precision engineering needs