Time for another meeting, being the first Saturday of the month. Glorious weather brought out a bunch of cars–“European” in the “club” name is a suggestion only!
You know, I’m not much of a rod fan, but I’ll make an exception for something like this. Excellent taste and an interesting spec (buick engined), this puts 99% of other rods to shame and should make all “rat rod” owners take up beer can collecting or something. Old school in the most genuine and most complimentary sense.
From the back, Jaguar XJ-S, Lotus Elise Club Sport, Jensen Healey, Catherham 7, Porsche 912 (I think, might be a 911)
Lotus Elan +2, Volvo 122, Porsche
Porsche, Lotus Esprit, Triumph TR3, Lotus Elan
Two BSAs – A Gold Star and M33 (I think), plus Norton 850 Commando
MG Magnette, BMW 2002, Special
And if you get there really late you park back here…Porsche, MGA, MGB
What a delightfully diverse group of cars! Very cool!
killer cars dude..hey look Mr. Porsche here
93 RS america, just sold a to die for 9146 GT and i would like to join the club, and i have friends coming up from LA on the 7th to hang here at admiral’s cove, Coupeville fri sat and i want to bring them to see the rides and grab beer an bird seed and is Gerry’s open for breakfast…???
I have a few European& US classics I will eventually restore and would like more info on the club. Thanks………Tom
If anyone is interested in joining us, drop by Gerry’s restaurant the first Saturday of the month, roughly around 9:00. This is an informal group, no dues or newsletters or anything.
Met the group in Feb. of this year 11. Great bunch and great cars. I’m a student with a boxster which is no longer oil rententive and I’m lookin for “Joe the Porsche Mechanic.” Would love to hear of someone on Whidbey.
I am interested in rebuilding a 1960’s 911 Porsche. I live in Clinton.