The group met-up at McDonalds Thornliegh for its the first run of the year to the Gosford Classic Car Museum. Breakfast and coffee done and a quick talk about the day's run and we headed-out onto Pennant Hills Road for the run up to the freeway. Much to our surprise all of the traffic lights were in our favour as we scored all greens all the way.
We also had a good run up the freeway arriving at the museum a little earlier than planned and was greeted by Murray, the fellow who manages the museum. Murray parked us right by the entrance door, and what a superb spot for a mini Torana show? We spent two and a half hours at the musuem and could easily have spent more. In comparison to other museums, the Gosford Museum is by far the best in my opinion.
By midday we packed-up and headed for lunch at the Gosford RSL. For those who have not been there, it is a great place as the service and the food is excellent. Excellent parking, too, as the cars were parked where they were in full view by us. Lunch was over by 1:15pm, then we headed back to the cars, and after a chat about our next club run, which is to Batemens Bay on the 16th March for the AGM, it was time to head for home.
A great day and many thanks to all those who were able to attend.
Attendees: Steve, Annie, Rob, Leanne, Stuart, Anglea, Lawrence, Anthony, Grace, Julie, Mmark, Rob, Shaz, Dean, Breanna, Lisa, Gary, Jet, Casper, Rose, Harold, Rod, Brooke, Ruby, Daisy, Frank, Robin, (vistors) and Bob.
Apoloiges: Mike, Gabrielle, Ron, Robin, Mark, Heather, Michael V, Gary, Kerrie, Pete, Greg, Lexa and Lance.
Photographs (Steve Hennessy).