Cars and Coffee meet this Saturday

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2018/06/28 11:06:42 (permalink)

Cars and Coffee meet this Saturday

Sorry I'm a bit late in posting this, but, there will be a meet up for Porsche folk at the Milk Churn on Saurday 30th from 10 until you get bored. The Milk Churn is a great little country café with a big car park and big outside deck area. Coffee is very good and the grub is even better. The place is sort of between Guildford and Horsham, full address is The Milk Churn, The Brickworks, Kiln House, 4 Lynwick Street, Rudgwick, RH12 3DH. There will be a few southern DDKers turning up and hopefully you can make it too.
(I've stuck this under the 356 forum as there isn't an 'events' section but any Porsches would be more than welcome.)  

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    Re: Cars and Coffee meet this Saturday 2018/07/17 10:35:07 (permalink)
    ignatzcatz
    Sorry I'm a bit late in posting this, but, there will be a meet up for Porsche folk at the Milk Churn on Saurday 30th from 10 until you get bored. The Milk Churn is a great little country café with a big car park and big outside deck area. Coffee is very good and the grub is even better. The place is sort of between Guildford and Horsham, full address is The Milk Churn, The Brickworks, Kiln House, 4 Lynwick Street, Rudgwick, RH12 3DH. There will be a few southern DDKers turning up and hopefully you can make it too.
    (I've stuck this under the 356 forum as there isn't an 'events' section but any Porsches would be more than welcome.)  




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    Re: Cars and Coffee meet this Saturday 2018/07/17 10:55:00 (permalink)
    Hi Graham , thought I better log in something so I don't get logged out of the system for non use. Easier to just acknowledge the forum. So! Did I hear the 356 had a bit of a bump? and you've been moving models around a bit? The UK 356 meet looked like a huge success. Pity there was an entry restriction. An even lower one I see in Switzerland next year! I am off to Rennsport USA in September for the 70th Porsche Anniversary. I know of at least 15 guys visiting from NZ ,so pretty good turnout from down under ,then there's the Aussie contingent ? Our 356C is going well and drive it whenever possible but can't ignore the 993 and 968 also like to be taken out for a ride! With more cars also come more service bills and insurance policies. How did your Milk Churn Cafe run go?
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    Re: Cars and Coffee meet this Saturday 2018/07/23 20:17:16 (permalink)
    Mr. Maddocks,
    How the devil are you? Trust you and yours are in the pink. Yes the 356 had a bang on the offside front by a woman who was a bit to keen on turning right before I had vacated the space. Fortunately she admitted full liability so the repair is underway via Classic Fabrications in Honiton, Devon. They are really the only bunch I trust to do a proper repair considering the front end was mildly customised and I wanted this duplicated. And the 997 has now gone, I swapped it for a '86 3.2 'Turbo Look' SSE Carrera which has just undergone a full bare metal respray in India red, the engine and gearbox were rebuilt 30K back so it's just like a new car. I regret I don't have any pics yet because it has been back in the garage - Cridfords - where I purchased it from to have some small jobs completed. Window rattles, dash lights malfunction, that sort of stuff. Of course Julia doesn't like it because it's a manual whereas the 997 was tiptronic but she will get used to it, it's just that third to fourth change is a ****, out of third, a gnats over to the left then snick it into fourth all the while keeping the clutch pedal firmly planted. That is the stuff I love about the aircooled kit, all the little foibles you have to continually think of.
    And I got a call the other day, Steve Rasmussen from your edge of the world, saying he has got a big motorhome lined up for Rennsport and am I going. I would really love to go but I'm dragging Julia off to New Jersey in October for the 356 Registry East Coast Holiday in Atlantic City. This will be Julia's first break from work in four years! so this trip is definitely on. I did have a dream about shipping my car out for the show but it would be 3k plus so it's just not economically viable, but I wouldn't mind doing it for a few West coast meets in the Summertime. It's something on the backburner for now. Oh and the Churn meet for coffee on Saturday worked out great, it's happening again this Saturday and I just hope I shall have my SSE back on the road or I'll have to take the Harley. 
    PS Uploading pics on this website is a total pain in the butt, go over to the DDK site because I put some damage pics on the 356 section there. Cheers Graham 
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