Historic Mallala 2013.

I reckon a Sprite on the back roads between Birdwood and Mallala cuts a lonely figure against the backdrop of the plains out there.  Having eventually got there, the long way as usual, it was the familiar set that greeted me at Mallala for this year’s Historics.

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This rubbish shot taken with one hand with my iPhone from the top of the Turn 1 grandstand tries to depict the smoothly driven canadian viagra 50mg Plymouth Special of Gerard Miller – who battled it out in a combined class field.

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Troy Ryan rolled out his interpretation of the Imp, with motive power coutesy of a 3.5L V8 – seems reasonable.  Looks a bit of a handful…

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Now that’s a lineup of some pretty respectable names in anyone’s estimation.

Next stop Winton….


Cutting it bit fine….

With hours to spare before heading off to the High Country Tour, Garry Beaton puts the finishing touches to his self built Sprite sized custom trailer.


Gary is on hand to demonstrate the proper technique


Wheras Director of Technical Inspections Chris shows Garry how not to do it.  canadian non prescription viagra Having just finished the trailer in time, Garry then turns his attention to completely rebuilding the rear end of his Sprite.

Similarly time poor, Chris Brine threw himself into an engine swap [and a huge horsepower boost], and got his Bugeye dyno’ed and on the trailer for the off Sunday morning.

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Wishing them luck on the Tour this week.




Ken's famous pub lunch run wrap up

From Barb

1 Sprite, 1 MG and 1 bugeye along with 3 modern day cars ventured through the hills for Kens Pub Lunch run.
After leaving the Club rooms we wound our way through Blackwood, Coromandel Valley and up into Mylor generic viagra soft tabs on a beautiful morning. We travelled through very picturesque roads with the autums leaves just turning, and luckily it was one of the runs where we did not have the lycria’s on the road. Heading towards Echunga we turned to Flaxley and made our way to Mt Barker ending up at the Bridgewater Hotel, where Chris and tina joined us. It was lovely inside the beautiful old hotel and the food was to die for. After a few refreshments and an enjoyable luncheon, we all headed off our different ways, some to shop while others, although they said they were babysitting dogs, we figure it was really to watch the Showdown. Anyway, congratulation to Port and thanks to Ken and Mary

Lenswood Harvest Festival – "How did you like them apples"?

March is part way through the apple harvest season, and a good excuse to put a number of elements together.  Apple and apple based produce, a jumping castle, bands, tractors, dog massage (!), paella, slow brewed organic coffee, beer, and of course classic cars.  This and more became another Lenswood Harvest Festival.

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A broad representation of the Classic Car community gathered – everything from a Riley 9 with a fibreglass body, to a full LPG gas powered 32 Ford 3 window coupe.  Ours and the Riley Clubs had a friendly face-off and were given the task of judging each other’s best of examples, with a People’s Choice to be decided as well.

Mine [and a few others] favourite was a Riley 9 that didn’t seem to have much Riley left on it.  See below.  Alternator conversion, fibreglass everywhere, home made SU trumpets, laser cut friction dampers, reverse H pattern shift, and originality be damned.  Even the screens were off a 50’s Holden.


Clear winner for the day was in fact El Presidente – Kevin Caire, whose Bugeye took out People’s Choice and the Riley Club’s favourite trophies.  Kevin was of course at his son’s wedding, so while Chris and Barb [who had brought the car up], were not looking, Ken Dutch and I impersonated Kevin, and grabbed the trophies at the presentation.  Ken makes a better Kevin than I do….


One final note – Lobethal Bierhaus turned up.  Nothing fancy, just a truck, four kegs and bottles and a pile of plastic cups.  Good fun day out had by all – somthing you have to put in your diaries again next year.  As one smart arse band singer said when introducing the next song – “Enjoy…OR ELSE!!”



Harvest Festival – LAST CALL!!

If you needed any encouragement or even inspiration about coming this SATURDAY to the Lenswood Harvest Festival, the picture below should more than suffice.

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Feeling motivated?  You should be now.  This is going to be a great event, and we need your Sprite / Midget / Clubman / Other Special Car to come to this event and display your car along with the Riley’s some Hot Rods, and a giant apple!


It’s FREE ENTRY to all those displaying cars, so come along.

Please RSVP to either Paddy and I will organise tickets for you.

St. Patrick’s Day Run – report by Gary Brock

Our very own Patrick organised an excellent run on the day set aside to honour his namesake.

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Seven cars (11 people) met at the Fullarton Park Community Centre and headed off towards Windy Point. The weather was kind to all and particularly suited those with their tops down.  Through Upper Sturt to Aldgate, then into Mylor, Echunga, Meadows, Kangarilla and a much needed comfort stop at Clarendon.

The roads were ideal for cruising and blowing some of the cobwebs from our cars. All the cars performed well, even the family cars, so there were no hold-ups for any mechanical problems.  From Clarendon we wound up at Woodcroft where Barb and Chris had prepared a barbecue lunch and we were also joined by Rose and Jan making 15 in total.  And it was not just a barbecue – after the meat course was over and sweets were on the way, Paul and Pat Mitchell entertained us with a musical presentation of Irish songs, Australian ballads and some blues on mandolin, accordion and guitar.

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While we were not any serious competition for the Adelaide Harmony Choir, we sang along and thoroughly enjoyed the music, and then came the sweets.

But it all had to come to an end, so somewhat later in the afternoon, after coffee and green cakes we all set off for our homes.

Thank you to all those involved in the organisation of this great day’s outing.

a quick assembly of a Bugeye

Go to the Bug-eye Barn website and check out  ‘Whats New’. and See the the artícle, ”The Countdown has started” about re-assembly of a Bugeye in 16days.

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