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John Hanslow

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garage Visit - Historic & Vintage Restorations 5th October
« on: September 20, 2013, 01:30:50 PM »
Bookings being taken and a lot of interest has been generated since our club night.

We are again holding a popular garage visit at Historic and Vintage Restorations and will be the guests of Paul Chaleyer, who is a well-known Alfa enthusiast and restorer.  For those interested purchasing and restoring vintage or classic car, this would be a good opportunity to speak to Paul and gain some knowledge. Arrangement will be made to have several Alfa Romeo’s on display.

Time:        2.00pm to 3.30pm
Location:   17 Cottage Street, Blackburn, 3130. Melways:   Map 48 A10
http://www.historicvintagerestorations.com/
Bookings essential as this one is of interest to many members. 
Please contact: Peter Shepard, Register captain, Historic and Vintage Register
Ph: 9592-1893.
peter.shepard@optusnet.com.au
Now:
2011 Giulietta QV

Previously:
1989 164 3.0  V6
2002 156 Twin Spark Sports Edition
2002 147 Twin Spark
2002 916 Spider Twin Spark
1990 Alfa 75 Potenziata

John Hanslow

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Re: garage Visit - Historic & Vintage Restorations 5th October
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2013, 04:34:56 PM »
It's full. 

No more bookings thanks.
Now:
2011 Giulietta QV

Previously:
1989 164 3.0  V6
2002 156 Twin Spark Sports Edition
2002 147 Twin Spark
2002 916 Spider Twin Spark
1990 Alfa 75 Potenziata

Frank Musco

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Re: garage Visit - Historic & Vintage Restorations 5th October
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2013, 07:54:48 PM »
Thanks to Paul Chaleyer for the awesome tour. It was great to see his very organised workshop, and the best work I have ever seen, on some of the most impressive cars I have seen. Well worth the visit, and thanks to Peter Shepard and his team to organise the visit.