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    Default Club Picnic July 7th-8th, 2018

    Putting the dates out there for the annual picnic held at Bill's place in NJ.

    More details to follow....
    '59 SII

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    Ok, here is some basic info.

    Picnic will run both days, July 7th and 8th.
    Camping space is available.
    Trail network is probably double what it was last year with everything from basic greenlaning to, shall we say, slightly more entertaining. The challenge areas generally involve lots of mud and rock climbs.

    Will probably set up a small trial course in the upper area and will see about coming up with some kind of prize for the winner.

    As opposed to a set meal in the evening food will probably be all day in the fire pit area which has been expanded.

    We will be providing a full english breakfast on Sunday morning.

    If anyone is interested in helping with prep, will probably be out refining things throughout June so let me know.
    1951 S1 80 - 1955 S1 86 - 1956 S1 86 - 1957 S1 107SW - 1958 S1 88
    1966 SIIa 88 - 1967 IIb FC - 1968 109 "Pink Panther" - 1970 IIa Lightweight
    1974 SIII - 1984 110 - 1997 D90
    1991 D1, 1997 D1
    2011 LR4 - 2016 RRS TD6
    This is getting out of hand.....

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    Default Club Picnic July 7th-8th, 2018

    Have never been able to attend, can I bring parts to swap/give away?
    Do you need headcount prior to the event?

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by 63Rover View Post
    Have never been able to attend, can I bring parts to swap/give away?
    Do you need headcount prior to the event?

    Keith
    We don't need a headcount and you are welcome to bring parts.

    Whatcha got for parts?
    '59 SII

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    Stuff I do not need and likely will not need.
    free items prefixed with *

    * 2.25 diesel manifold; 098700CA downward exit 3 stud; mechanically sound; surface rust
    * 2.25 Diesel starter; Lucas 26321F 38 73 M45G 12V; needs work, but not sure what
    * Series seat box lid with hasp; red; straight
    * Series transmission brake; complete; quite oily
    * Steering damper bracket
    * AC canister oil filter, short; very good
    * 2.25 metal fan shroud; good
    * Brake pedal box inspection plate/reservoir bracket

    $40 range
    SWB interior spare wheel mount; excellent
    never used 1997 disco starter
    $10 - 20 range
    CAV diesel fuel filter housing; excellent
    109 Seatbelt top bracket right side; excellent
    2.25 diesel fuel pump with glass bowl; very good

    I'll also post on the Parts for sale

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    For any interested, will be working on getting trails ready this weekend and next.
    1951 S1 80 - 1955 S1 86 - 1956 S1 86 - 1957 S1 107SW - 1958 S1 88
    1966 SIIa 88 - 1967 IIb FC - 1968 109 "Pink Panther" - 1970 IIa Lightweight
    1974 SIII - 1984 110 - 1997 D90
    1991 D1, 1997 D1
    2011 LR4 - 2016 RRS TD6
    This is getting out of hand.....

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    What's the game plan for the Picnic weekend? I can't be there the whole time, but I'd really like to connect with as many of you as I can, and of course hang with Bill for being such a gracious host!

    Is there a day/time that most of you plan to be there (knowing full well this forum gets little club traffic)?

    Otherwise, I'll just show up to play the game of how-many-bags-of-cash-does-it-take-to-drive-the-pinkie-home!
    Tom Proctor
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    1995 RRC LWB w/EAS

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    Most everybody comes for the day on Saturday. Between 10-5 is probably the busiest time.
    '59 SII

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    Cool, thanks.

    What about the Sunday English Breakfast, has a time been set?
    Tom Proctor
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    Bill will have to chime in for that.
    '59 SII

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