Anybody take photos of concours?
Can you guys just get done with all the drivel and post some photos of the car at the concours. I did see the 2600 from Vancouver and believed it special. Can you imagine he and Tubot drove that car down and back? But I was there only for the time trials with Tom who drove a tz that Sterling Moss used to own. It was NOT in the concours, nor were the 8c2600 Monza of Novolari or even my resprayed two liter. Sorry I couldn't see everything, but Tom had to go to the Mission BC vintage races too on Friday.
Stu, please desist on your comments about the convention. It's over, and it was great. I wish I had stayed there so I could have calmly paid for the various events for you. I had hoped you would not try to slip in without making those payments so necessary to cover costs of the local club that had to put on the event and HAVE NOTHING TO DO WHATEVER WITH THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NATIONAL. So, please do not continue making people dislike you. We need your comments on the BB when it comes to history of Alfa vehicles. I am very grateful to you for proving good (almost priceless) information most of the time, at least a good point to start checking. You do not have to comment on every post made by everybody, however. Remember the old Latin maxim: "Si tacuisset, philophus permansisset" (if he had just shut, he would always have been considered a philospher). NOT ONE MORE COMMENT.
SOME PICTURES PLEASE . . .
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"], seriously Alfa diseased and ancient OLD Two Liter Lover, put together Seattle area's Northwest Alfa Romeo Club in 1965, and still feebly tries to tend a teeny sacred flame to his serpent mistress in the [B]ALFA G'RAJ MAHAL[/B], a home garage temple with more Alfa cars and parts than he dare list because of the disapproval of his shamed and chagrined family. (425) 641-2600.
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Reason: correcting the Latin.