March 2018

G'day Corvetters,

Well Summer is officially over and now the colder weather starts. We are so lucky in this great country that we can still use our Corvettes in the colder months and not have to put them away till next summer!

We had a good club run this month down to Berry to the "Figbird Cafe" A great little cafe - the food was delightful and the company even better. Another C3 was present and it brought back memories to me of 1997 when a member purchased the same car and brought it along to our club run. It was slightly different to Jim's new toy in that Warwick's car was right hand drive but both are lovely cars, but for some reason Jim's car seems to just pop. Sure Jim had some teething problems, but haven't we all had those getting our Vettes just the way we like them.

We have an upcoming event at Cafe 2223 on April 15 and we need to know bookings. It is for a brunch 10.30am. We will meet at Mcdonalds (no food to be consumed here please just coffee), at the intersection of King Georges Road and Connells Point Road. Mcd's is a little ways up King Georges road not right on the intersection. The meet time is 8am and we will leave at 8.30sharp.This Cafe is owned and operated by a car enthusiast - you may recall his cars - they are the old police cars that were at our Nationals and also at GM Day last year. Please contact me if you are attending and if you are alone or bringing friends.

Easter is almost with us and seven of our members are going to the Nationals in Perth. We will get a full report on their return. Don't forget that the GM day is on again on the 26 April 2018 at Penrith Mueseum - Gates open at 0800hrs. We are also having a tribute to 50 years anniversary of the C3's as well as displaying as many different Corvettes as possible, so please make an effort to come along to this event and support your club and show attending car enthusiasts what a great club you belong to.

Jeff Wilson
Club President

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