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- Location: Lake Balboa (SFV) - CA
- Model: 1500/1600
- Year: High Windshield-68-70
It is a magnificent display of some of the most egregious/exotic French coachwork on some of the most famous French (mostly) marques. Think Bugatti, Delahaye, Hispano Suiza, Isotta-Fraschini, Voison.
So, in 2020, I will be organising a meet at this fabulous collection.
While not expensive anyway - no parking fees for one, for a car 'club' (which we are not), they will still offer us a bit of a discount.
So, if interested, let me know. We had a meet organised by Harlan at the Nethercutt which was a wonderful experience.
This is just more of the same.
So if interested, please either 1) post your email/phone number here or 2) email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 3) call me at 818 448 3181.
While this is a 'high-end' collection, they are also 'car people', making no distinction between marques as to country etc.
If you have already been, it is worth a revisit. If you have NEVER been, this is a MUST.
Peter (Toad San)
link to museum
1970 1600 (Stroker) - TOAD SAN (Eliza)
1970 1600 (Stock) - As Yet Unnamed
Lake Balboa (SFV) , California
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- Location: SoCal
(wow, that sounds like a serious old guy comment... Yikes!)
I will send some route sheets from the TT that we can use for a road trip back home.
69 2L, SUs (driver, not susceptible to polish)
02 Tacoma 4 door
Los Alamitos, CA