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Anyone interested in going to the Sunday Scramble at Bicester Heritage on the 3rd January? Should be a good day out, it'll be jam packed full of classic cars and historic race/rally cars so if that sort of thing floats your boat you'll love it.

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We can register as a club and get discounted tickets provided 10 or more are interested in going.
 

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this sounds good, I should be able to give a definitive answer tonight.

I guess it is still too far north for our South Representative? :p :rolleyes:
 

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just realised, there is only one dreadful thing on my way - Bicester village.

Literally on my way, not in terms of 'I have to go there', but in terms 'I have to go through the traffic full of people wanting to buy still-overpriced stuff' :)

Shouldn't stop me, if I can
 

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yep, I am in. how long do you thin we have before making a decision whether to buy tickets individually or as a group?
 

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Anyone else? If no one else is interested then maybe best to book tickets separately.
 

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I'm thinking of going as its only about 25 minutes away for me, but the AROC Cotswold section have registered for the event so I can get tickets for half price (although full price is only £5 per person).
 

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I got my ticket, so going (unless they cancel it due to rain or something)
 

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A great if somewhat damp morning at Bicester Heritage, thought it was a really interesting place. Shame not all the Alfa's parked together, but there are a few photos at https://goo.gl/photos/YNw4BsbV2kvizMij8
 

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weather wasn't good, but all those motors! very interesting talking to people learning more... there was a guy who does a restoration of the interiors of old cars and he was repairing cover for the bike that was made of the tea clipper sail. It was incredible.

Not many Alfas, but with all (five) being different models it was representative ;)
 
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