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25th Anniversary 928 Frenzy

A great warm welcome at Craig 'Skinny' and Tania's home for the interstate visitors
A great warm welcome at Craig 'Skinny' and Tania's home for the interstate visitors

Mt Gambier - Adelaide

A detour to see the Princess Margaret Caves. Len decided to see if Robin's 928 had the 4WD option fitted! I think the additional sand he picked up doubled the weight of the car!

 

 

Lunch in Mt Gambier before the run into Adelaide. Brian's car refused to start in Meningie and thanks to joint efforts was fixed after replacing the fuel relay with a spare that Robin had with him.

What a welcome to Adelaide! Must have been at least half a dozen local 928's that met us on the highway and we all drove together to (Skinny) Craig and Tania's place with a huge welcome. It was great to catch up with all the Adelaide guys and put faces to names and everyone was asked to treat the place as their own (a bold move!).

The following days in Adelaide were exceptionally well organised by Ron, Craig and the other Adelaide guys. Including a cocktail party at one of the owners bar, a Tech Day at Eddy's place (what a cluey guy!) while a few of the ladies went shopping (can you hear the cash registers??).

A drive down to Victor Harbour (and Rudy doing Tarzan impressions) and dinner at Eddy's Cruising Yacht Club. The trip culminated in a fantastic day out in Birdwood with the guys organising a private grassed area to display our cars - about 19 in all!

At the final farewell dinner Len presented prizes kindly donated by himself, Robin and a few others. Some 928 scale models that Ron found locally were snapped up quickly.

Prize winners included Robin (longest drive) and myself (never quite timing the car washing correctly and washing it in the rain). Perhaps there should have been a prize for the worse version of the 'Rubber Sharky' song?

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