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    New Pie Valley Suspension and steering



    The 4 Ĺ hour waitÖÖ



    A nicely finished eagle where the doors actually fit!



    Filling up for the ride home



    Trying to locate the missing members of the convoy





    A nice looking Dino


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    Like a nice trailer pic 😂
    Wished I could have been there.....

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    Many thanks to Pickle and David for sharing the photos!

    Looking forward to the day I can join you with my Nova. I doubt if I'll manage to bring her to 2020, but 2021's a good target for me to aim for

    The new site looks good .... encouraging that it's on the main thoroughfare and hence more likely to raise the Nova's profile.

    And Pickle, talking of profile, I love that side view of the Marcos. When I first thought about getting a Nova a Marcos was my 'reserve' choice in case I couldn't find a Nova.

    Nice shot of the Pie Valley front suspension & steering David. Looks very professional ... I'm (almost) tempted to paint my new front beam yellow! I love the contrast with the black.

    Love the shot of your Nova on the trailer David ... not because of all the ribbing on here about Novas on trailers, but because it illustrates how far you have to raise the Nova from street level to get the roofline to match modern cars!

    Nice red eagle ... can't be many left in such nice condition.

    .... and of course seeing Dirk filling up the 'Yellow Pheonix' (just my nickname for her) at the petrol station is just great ... I can only imagine how happy he must have felt managing to attend Stones with his Avante so soon after the accident. Much respect!

    Hopefully there are still more photos to be posted, but if not no worries ... many thanks to Pickle and David for letting us share a 'virtual' Stones with you all

    Alistair

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    That front suspension is GORGEOUS! So jealous!
    Thanks,

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    What wheel size are those on blue nova?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickle View Post

    one of my favourite hills

    Crooks Peak if I'm not mistaken, I climbed to the top a couple of years back. So close to our house we could have waved as you passed

    Thanks for the pictures Liz. Hopefully Sue and I will get there next year.

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    For those that couldn't attend (like me) I found a couple of vids on YouTube of Stoneleigh 2019 'walkarounds' that both show the Club Nova stand.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/9sa_6lliuyE

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/I7ZajY0sjRw


    and another https://www.youtube.com/embed/hgTh_1jPC-U

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    Nice clips Mick ... certainly illustrates what a high profile location it was this year, especially with cars having to slow down to negotiate the speed hump right at Club Nova!

    Alistair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sector View Post
    What wheel size are those on blue nova?

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    Sector, That car belongs to Ray (he owns the red one too), he doesn't however use the internet so can't respond. I believe they are 18inches but I could be wrong. Hopefully one of the other members know and may correct me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by islandman View Post
    Sector, That car belongs to Ray (he owns the red one too), he doesn't however use the internet so can't respond. I believe they are 18inches but I could be wrong. Hopefully one of the other members know and may correct me.
    Before deciding on my wheels, I took pics of what tyre/rim combinations were in use at Stonleigh last year, I forget I still had this on my phone...

    Ray's blue car has 20inch rims with 285/30 tyres (this pic of the back wheel)

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