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Queen Square, Bristol, March 2017.

Postby Andrew 2.8i » Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:16 pm

Hi,
Here are some photos from my latest visit to Queen Square. As usual for this meet, there was a good variety of cars, I hope you enjoy looking through the photos.

As this is a Capri forum, where better to start?
A 1.6GL.

ImageFord Capri 1.6GL PLG626V by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Interesting mods around the back.

ImageFord Capri 1.6GL PLG626Y by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Some other Fords.
Probe V6.

ImageFord Probe 24V N464 CJN by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Very nice.

ImageFord Escort RS Turbo B610XHU by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

The new Mustang looks stunning in black.

ImageFord Mustang Convertible GT RT66MUS by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

I quite liked this one, until I found out it had a 4 cylinder eco boost engine. Mustangs don't seem right without a V8 under the hood.

ImageFord Mustang Fastback EcoBoost R18KEM by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageFORD MUSTANG GT M16PCB by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

The older Mustangs look much better though.

ImageFord Mustang GT NDB372E by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Fastback.

ImageFord Mustang Fastback TGU308E by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

The Mercury counterpart to the Mustang, the Cougar.

ImageMercury Cougar BBD263E by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Cortina Crayford.

ImageFord Cortina 1600 GT AYD794H by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Moving onto some Brit classics. A Jaguar XJ6.

ImageJaguar XJ6 4.2 TPH449M by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

XJR-S. 6 litre V12.

ImageJaguar XJR-S 6.0 J994WRE by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Unusual......

ImageJaguar XJ8 Sovereign LWB T991KJN by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Selection of Rover P6.

ImageRover 2200 TC ETF229J by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageRover 3500 P6 WPM65J by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageRover 3500 P6 MXC999H by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Humber Super Snipe.

ImageHumber Super Snipe 389XUY by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

What a "Triumph" this meet was....
Vitesse convertibles and a saloon.

ImageTriumph Vitesse 6 KGX444D by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageTriumph Vitesse LBV150G by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageTriumph Vitesse Mark 2 PRU389G by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

The little brother, a Herald.

ImageTriumph Herald 13/60 NNK224H by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Another Triumph. With a Mazda engine....

ImageTriumph Dolomite 1500HL XHO669V by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

TVR Griffith.

ImageTVR Griffith K16TVR by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

TVR chimaera.

ImageTVR Chimaera 5.0 N921GRK by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Bond Bug.

ImageBond Bug 700 ES PPK202L by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Jensen-Healey.

ImageJensen-Healey GNP119N by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Scimitar GTE with a diesel engine transplant...

ImageReliant Scimitar GTE SE6B ULU648X by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Midget.

ImageMG Midget JHC814Y by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Austin 7.

ImageAustin 7 YC7747 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Lotus Excel, complete with discreet spoiler.

ImageLotus Excel EXI240 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Lotus Carlton.

ImageVauxhall Lotus Carlton K853ABV by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Nice colour.

ImageAustin Mini 1000 Piccadilly D661MTA by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageRover Mini Cooper H3KJS by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Morris J-Type.

ImageMorris J Type Van VOU562 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Gorgeous (in my eyes) Alfas, a 1300GT.

ImageAlfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior EWV178L by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Almost as gorgeous Sprint.

ImageAlfa Romeo Sprint Green Cloverleaf ELU750Y by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Another Alfa, a 4C.

ImageAlfa Romeo 4C Spider BD16GWZ by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Now on to the Japanese cars....
Stunning Celica 1600ST

ImageToyota Celica 1600 ST SPG907M by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

There's only 7 of these Colt Celestes licensed in the country.

ImageColt Lancer Celeste 2000 PDF930R by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Toyota Corolla GT Coupe. These models differ from most Corollas because they are RWD. Shame the drifting/ boy racing brigade have wrecked them all.......

ImageToyota Corolla GT Coupe C479FWX by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

MR2.

ImageToyota MR2 T-Bar F626KNU by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

The Germans.
Classic Mercedes W123.

ImageMercedes-Benz 230 E A998XMR by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Sadly, despite the M stripes, this is only a 518.

ImageBMW 518 D931 TCW by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Golf GTi.

ImageVolkswagen Golf GTi A788TUV by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageVolkswagen Golf 1.3C D874EAC by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Manta.

ImageOpel Manta 1900 PYC841P by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

BMW E30 316.

ImageBMW 316 C229EYE by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

520.

ImageBMW 520i E681ORU by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

A quartet of Porsches, a 911, 944, 968 and 928.

ImagePorsche 911 Carrera 2.7 OYN871 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImagePorsche 944 48GL by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImagePorsche 968 K4JCT by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImagePorsche 928 Series 4 ESU928 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Has the wheel fallen off, or is it just excessive camber?

ImageVolkswagen Beetle 1200 SWR347L by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

This meet does not disappoint if you are a fan of American cars.
Classic Ford and Chevrolet pick ups.

ImageFord F-100 V8 401UYN by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageChevrolet Advance Design 150UYG by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageFord F-100 V8 CBU437B by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageFord F-100 V8 238UYM by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageChevrolet Advance Design 854YUG by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageFord F-100 V8 GVU271D by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Dodge Challenger.

ImageDodge Challenger R/T by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

You couldn't miss this Charger.

ImageDodge Charger R/T FMA397F by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Camaro SS.

ImageChevrolet Camaro SS JSA192G by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Corvette C1 and C4.

ImageChevrolet Corvette C1 572UYN by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageChevrolet Corvette C4 F930EJC by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Deja Vu.....

ImageChevrolet Corvette C4 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Buick Riviera.

ImageBuick Riviera RCA205B by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Brilliant American excess, Cadillac and Buick.

ImageCadillac 6200 Convertible RFP803B by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageBuick LeSabre JAD691N by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Despite being fairly new (ish) there's only 3 FSO Caros licensed in this country.

ImageFSO Polonez Caro L501LPY by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

These are also rare now.

ImageHyundai S Coupe SE N168MWO by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

French hot hatches.
205GTi 1.6.

ImagePeugeot 205 1.6 GTi G249 NGF by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Citroen AX GTi.

ImageCitroen AX GTi K379SAD by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

CX Turbo.

ImageCitroen CX 25GTi Turbo C777 EYD by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

If sensible family transport is your thing, how about these Volvos?

ImageVolvo 240 GL Estate H855DUF by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageVolvo 740 2.3 GLE Estate B20PEC by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Or this Vauxhall Carlton.

ImageVauxhall Carlton 2.0 Diamond Estate L386YUY by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

BMW 318 Touring.

ImageBMW 318 Lux Touring L262JTM by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Finally, the modern stuff.
McLarens seem to be a common sight at Queen Square. Although I like to see the classic cars, it's also nice to see supercars like this.

ImageMcLaren MP4-12C MC12MPC by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageMcLaren 650S WX17ABF by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Astons.

ImageAston Martin Vantage V8 A21UJD by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageAston Martin Vantage V8 GT03STU by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Bentley Continental.

ImageBentley Continental GT N2MSE by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Ferrari 458. Unusual to see one in white, nice though.

ImageFerrari 458 Italia VJR458 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

McLaren Mercedes SLR.

ImageMercedes-Benz SLR McLaren F14MOW by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Maserati Quattroporte.

ImageMaserati Quattroporte F4JFP by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

I'll sign off with these two wild Fords, a Pop road-legal dragster, complete with parachute and sooper-dooper wide rear tyres, and a hot rod thing.

ImageFord Popular VGW262 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

ImageFord Model 18 PAS763 by Andrew 2.8i, on Flickr

Well, sorry about all the photos, I got carried away....
I hope you enjoyed them.

Andrew.
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Re: Queen Square, Bristol, March 2017.

Postby andyd » Tue Mar 14, 2017 7:26 am

Hi Andrew,
Great pics yet again, and a great variety of cars as usual and wet as usual :lol:
Nice to see them out in all weathers though.....Think I need to toughen up a bit regards rain :o :?

Love all the Mustangs, and that Corolla GT is getting really rare, as you say many turned into drift cars etc :crying: Quick cars back in the 80's with a 7000rpm redline iirc :burnout:

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Postby Andrew 2.8i » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:03 am

andyd wrote:Great pics yet again, and a great variety of cars as usual

Hi Andy,
Thanks. Yes, there's always cars for everyone's tastes at this meet.

andyd wrote:Nice to see them out in all weathers though.....Think I need to toughen up a bit regards rain :o :?


Most of them aren't 80's Fords....we're better off keeping ours in the garage until the sun comes out to play. Hopefully we'll be able to drive them by August! :D

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Postby Caprifan Rob » Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:26 pm

Hi Andrew, what an excellent set of pictures. Plenty of cars I hadn't seen before, which is great & refreshing to see. The meet just gets better. Got a thing for those 70's Celica's, would love one. Once again, a great meet. Cheers for posting.
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Postby Andrew 2.8i » Tue Mar 14, 2017 1:26 pm

Freelanderfan wrote: what an excellent set of pictures.

Hi Rob,
Thanks, glad you enjoyed looking through them.
Freelanderfan wrote: Plenty of cars I hadn't seen before, which is great & refreshing to see. The meet just gets better.

Yes, good point. There was plenty of fresh metal, if you like, that I haven't seen before. That's what makes this show different. I can go to local shows and it's the same old Morris Minors and Triumph Stags that I've seen a million times before.

The Celica was fantastic, the highlight of the meet for me. I also loved the black Alfa Sprint, both were cars I haven't seen before.

I'll probably take the Capri next month. Weather permitting, of course!

All the best,
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Re: Queen Square, Bristol, March 2017.

Postby D366Y » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:06 pm

Andrew 2.8i wrote:
Freelanderfan wrote: what an excellent set of pictures.

Hi Rob,
Thanks, glad you enjoyed looking through them.
Freelanderfan wrote: Plenty of cars I hadn't seen before, which is great & refreshing to see. The meet just gets better.

Yes, good point. There was plenty of fresh metal, if you like, that I haven't seen before. That's what makes this show different. I can go to local shows and it's the same old Morris Minors and Triumph Stags that I've seen a million times before.

The Celica was fantastic, the highlight of the meet for me. I also loved the black Alfa Sprint, both were cars I haven't seen before.

I'll probably take the Capri next month. Weather permitting, of course!

All the best,
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Definitely in the diary for next month! My dad has an old mk4 Celica which I'm making him keep it's my next project :lol:
Love the Challenger and Charger, hope to see some like that next month!!

Cheers
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Postby Andrew 2.8i » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:23 pm

D366Y wrote:Definitely in the diary for next month!


Hi Danny,
I'll see you there.........probably around midday! :whistle: :lol:

The Celica sounds tasty, I'm quite keen on those, especially the GT-Four. I saw a superb one at a show last year.

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Postby Fordoholic Nick » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:07 pm

Hey Andrew,

Blimey mate, what a great turnout this month. When I went with John and Danny last month there were hardly any there at all ! :wave:

Seriously though what a brilliant array of lovely classics on what was a very wet Sunday morning. Great stuff !

Its very hard to pick favourites amongst this fine showing Andrew. Some stunning motors indeed. What a great way to spend a Sunday morning.
That Jag XJ6 looks lovely. Don't see so many of them around nowadays. Very nice ! Love the Escort too :D
Those Bond Bugs are great little things too. Got one that drives around my way with his music blaring....very funny !
Couple of great Capri's too fella. I still like seeing the Probe's too. Think they get a bit of a rough deal and the few that are left are credit to their owners. Loads more wonderful cars mate. The show season is well and truly upon us ! It wont be long before we see a certain stunning 2.8i emerging from its winter hibernation from a garage (with a sofa) in Wales......

Anyway mate thanks for the many pictures you posted up. Really enjoyed looking through them. Just goes to show its worth the effort to get to this meet nice and early :)

Andrew 2.8i wrote:Hi Danny, I'll see you there.........probably around midday! :whistle: :lol:


Why....did Danny turn up late last month Andrew ?? :oops:

All the best mate

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Postby Andrew 2.8i » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:22 pm

Fordoholic Nick wrote:Seriously though what a brilliant array of lovely classics on what was a very wet Sunday morning. Great stuff !
What a great way to spend a Sunday morning.

Hi Nick,
I can't argue with that! There were some really nice cars there this month, despite the wet start to the day.
As you say, the show season is now upon us and the classics are coming out to play at last!
It won't be long before my car leaves the sofa behind and comes out into the fresh air.

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Postby D366Y » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:27 pm

His Celica is a nice little motor... Has the later mk7 Wheels on as they look much nicer in our opinion than the standard mk4 wheels as in your photo Andrew..

Image1530445_10151934510146150_1328001441_n by Danny Hassall, on Flickr

His MR2 isn't too shabby either but much nippier haha

Image1901291_10152307404876150_5803034112174283565_n by Danny Hassall, on Flickr

Image10606533_10152353942951150_4093390637366825758_n by Danny Hassall, on Flickr

I'll try and convince him to get one along to Queens Square at least!

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Postby Andrew 2.8i » Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:00 am

D366Y wrote:I'll try and convince him to get one along to Queens Square at least!

Hi Danny,
Both the Toyotas look great, and it would be good to see either of them at QS.

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Postby D366Y » Wed Mar 15, 2017 1:13 pm

Andrew 2.8i wrote:
D366Y wrote:I'll try and convince him to get one along to Queens Square at least!

Hi Danny,
Both the Toyotas look great, and it would be good to see either of them at QS.

Andrew.


I think the celica is still on sorn at the moment, has a few MOT issues that need sorting plus a busted power steering pump so is a real bitch to steer! :lol: The MR2 is used every few days so provided we get some walkie talkies I should be able to convince him to bring it along :lol:

Not sure if it will be next month but we will definitely be there!

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Postby Taff50ish » Wed Mar 22, 2017 9:09 pm

Hi Andrew,

Great pics as ever, I was going to ask if that was a Celica next to the Vitesse, but you have already answered this for me, looks like it's drawn a bit of attention elsewhere too, not surprised, great find...

I hope to Convoy over again soon with Danny and maybe Nick behind the wheel too??? Also anyone else from the kinda West London and Home Counties there-a-bouts areas??? Cheers for sharing Andrew, all the best for now,

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Postby Andrew 2.8i » Thu Mar 23, 2017 5:04 am

Taff50ish wrote:Great pics as ever, I was going to ask if that was a Celica next to the Vitesse, but you have already answered this for me,

Hi John,
Thanks. Yes, the Celica was next to the Vitesse, well spotted.
If you convoy over again, I hope you see more cars than last time! :lol: Sorry, couldn't resist the temptation to mention it one more time!

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Postby D366Y » Thu Mar 23, 2017 8:38 am

Andrew 2.8i wrote:
Taff50ish wrote:Great pics as ever, I was going to ask if that was a Celica next to the Vitesse, but you have already answered this for me,

Hi John,
Thanks. Yes, the Celica was next to the Vitesse, well spotted.
If you convoy over again, I hope you see more cars than last time! :lol: Sorry, couldn't resist the temptation to mention it one more time!

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.... :deadhorse: :lol:

I'm hoping to come along to the April meet if you fancy another convoy John??

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Postby Taff50ish » Sat Mar 25, 2017 8:16 am

Hi Danny,

Yep, I believe I can make this. The 9th April and I'm ok.... Andrew, might see you there??? Mark, Neil, Nick, what are you lot up to??? Cheers for now, all the very best,

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Postby Andrew 2.8i » Sat Mar 25, 2017 8:24 am

Taff50ish wrote: Andrew, might see you there???

Hi John and Danny,
Yes, I'll be there for sure. I look forward to catching up with anybody who can make it along.......over to you Nick, Rob, Mark and Neil..... :D

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Andrew 2.8i wrote:
Taff50ish wrote: Andrew, might see you there???

Hi John and Danny,
Yes, I'll be there for sure. I look forward to catching up with anybody who can make it along.......over to you Nick, Rob, Mark and Neil..... :D

Andrew.

If I get the Capri back in time, I'll be there :wave:

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Re: Queen Square, Bristol, March 2017.

Postby Fordoholic Nick » Sun Mar 26, 2017 2:11 am

Caprifan Rob wrote:
Andrew 2.8i wrote:
Taff50ish wrote: Andrew, might see you there???

Hi John and Danny,
Yes, I'll be there for sure. I look forward to catching up with anybody who can make it along.......over to you Nick, Rob, Mark and Neil..... :D

Andrew.

If I get the Capri back in time, I'll be there :wave:


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Re: Queen Square, Bristol, March 2017.

Postby Andrew 2.8i » Sun Mar 26, 2017 8:11 am

Caprifan Rob wrote:If I get the Capri back in time, I'll be there :wave:

Hi Rob,
It would be great to catch up with you and finally see your completed Capri, but if it's not ready in time you could always come along anyway. Shifts permitting!

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