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nice pics ....


Tue Jan 27, 2015 7:23 am
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the blue teardrop looks familiar ??? is it shoeman ???


Tue Jan 27, 2015 7:31 am
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Nice array of Isuzus . Garry's truck really adds variety - how much Isuzu can Sydneysiders take..............?
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Tue Jan 27, 2015 8:27 am
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more much more


Tue Jan 27, 2015 8:28 am
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Yes Dave, the blue sedan should be very familiar!! LOL
Greg and his wife very nice people and very welcome into our Group, they met with the original owners and spent quite a while talking about the car, lots more to come I feel!
Great to have one of NSW original cars back into the fold.

That was exactly the idea Kerry "something different" and it was checked out by many looker's, it achieved the idea, many surprised to see it is a tilt tray.

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Thanks for the pictures Dave.
There seems to be more early sedans each year. More Gemini's too.
Yes I was lucky no major damage done, but VERY frustrating and disappointing.
I am trying to attach a photo...we'll see if it works.


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Wed Jan 28, 2015 1:38 am
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what the ...a flying fan blade...lucky man no damage


Wed Jan 28, 2015 2:25 am
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Wow

That also happened to me and luckily the broken part flew out the bottom without any damage.

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I guess the viscose fan would be more reliable then ???


Wed Jan 28, 2015 2:47 am
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Gemini fan blades reversed Dave!!

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Wed Jan 28, 2015 4:27 am
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BULLITT wrote:
I guess the viscose fan would be more reliable then ???


Bellett fan blade cracks and breakages is fairly common. Check now !

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Ouch.....

I reckon that is going to be the first thing I do when I get home tonight - check my fan blade for cracks.


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This incident spoilt the weekend for the whole of Warren's family, after trailering the Wasp down and then for this to happen, NOT GOOD, that is for sure!
On top of the disappointment was the damage to the engine bay as the acid from the battery attacked the very neatly painted engine bay!
Warren is back at it to repair the situation, hopefully not too much damage and a new battery on top!

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Yes Dave, it did put a full stop to the weekend, but I did enjoy the drive with all the other Belletts, 117 and Florian on Sunday.
At the moment the Wasp is still strapped to the trailer, waiting on the rain to ease, and some time to become available. I have removed the battery and a new one is on stand by ready to go in, and the fan ( generously supplied by someone on Australia day -- thank you ) has been lightly sanded ready to be repainted. That's all for now though.


Thu Jan 29, 2015 3:55 am
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Warren, Bob Bailey supplied the replacement fan, FYI.
Thankfully the rain has stopped out here, we have a beautiful sunshine day so far, mowed lawns, fertilised lawns and cleaned up, a good day out here! LOL.

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Heres my standard front 3/4 shots of the attendees....
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Michaels Gemini sports sedan.
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Warrens original Gemmi.
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Was Davo's, now Greg & Lavinias '66 teardrop.
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Bob's '65.
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Jim's '65 DeLuxe.

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thanks farmer great shots


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