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Newcastle/Central Coast March Meet

Discussion in 'NSW' started by melissa, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. greenbay

    greenbay New Member

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    i think i am the most normal person anyone could meet,ask anyone who knows me:cry:
     
  2. jon ward

    jon ward Active Member

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    I know you Jay.

    Your still nuts.
     
  3. greenbay

    greenbay New Member

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    stay out of it jon
     
  4. Hubert

    Hubert Member

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    But, apart from being nuts Jay's still pretty normal, you know, for someone whose nuts I mean:umm:
     
  5. davidp.

    davidp. Member

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    Hi,
    Looks like another great day...wish I was there...busy putting up gyprock in new house...grrr... I hate gyprock dust.
    Great photos
    Cheers,
    David
     
  6. pluschinoz

    pluschinoz New Member

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    I was doing a phlebotomy course at the Uni Sat and Sunday. Got my certificate-Yay!
    The first weekend for two years that I had something to do and it looks like I missed a great get together :(
    Ian & Korolla and Layla bus
     
  7. ttmck

    ttmck Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Thanks so much for putting up with me, it was just one great time in your neck of the woods , i was really impressed by the turn out and the run to Nelson's, Kc and its membership is truely alive and well in newcastle and central coast and i can see that like in adelaide you have some great true blue people , I would like to mention that Melissa and Scott had me parked on there front lawn and the sat night before the run was just a great little gathering of kombi folk laughs and good old banter.
    My trip home went all ok susy did not miss a beat 3500 k's travelled in a short time lots off off road driving and a few creek crossings i love going where there is a sign 4wd's only kombi's can do it just as well A big clean up down at the high pressure wash will be happening very soon when i unpack .
    Again thanks mel and scott and i was so pleased i could meet the kc people, as the bustop event is out for me this year and you know how that makes me feel !

    Thanks so much to everyone cheers Tom.
     
  8. Hubert

    Hubert Member

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    I'm glad you had a good time. It was mine & Sue's first Kombi Klub event & we're impressed you drove all that way to hang out with us.:D

    Thanks again with your help auto transmission fluid problem that Hubert had. The mechanic thought it may have been an over pressurisation problem & has modified the dipstick so we'll be taking her for a run on Saturday to see if that works. :eek:

    I also brought a really long funnel which works great.;)
     
  9. VolksBartz

    VolksBartz Member

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    Oh we're jealous, we couldn't make it. Looks like there's going to be triplets up there next time as the ol' green and white seems popular around these parts!
     
  10. greenbay

    greenbay New Member

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    it was great to meet you tom,susy really moves out i was struggling to keep up with you on the way back from the bay.glad to hear you made it home safe and sound.
    Jay
     
  11. Syncro27

    Syncro27 Well-Known Member

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    Great to meet you Tom.

    I am keen to take the family down the Great Ocean Road when they can stay healthy long enough to cope with it (may take a couple of years) and I wanted to get down to Ceduna to visit another syncro owner. I might have to drop past your neck of the woods too.

    Cheers,

    Scott
     

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