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May 15, 2017

Due to the heavy rains on Friday, we discovered that there was a mudslide near Smithers, so there was a flurry of email about the status of our drive for Saturday.  Someone suggested leaving an hour later in order to allow the roads to dry out some.  The yard sale at Laidley Field resulted in our meeting spot being full of cars, but we met there anyway, parking in the aisles.  It really didn't seem to bother anyone, and several yard sale shoppers checked out our cars as they went by.

We left at 10, with me leading the way in my TR4A. There were 5 MGBs, Mark and Connie, Jamie and Angie, Nathan, Dave and Kevin with his newl...

May 14, 2016

I just returned from four days in the Smokies, looking at some of the coolest British cars around.  The 20th annual BritishV8 Meet was held at the Talley Ho Inn in Townsend, Tennessee.  

Some of the highlights of the meet, besides looking at the interesting ways people have adapted their LBCs to perform better, was a visit to the Tennessee Aircraft Museum, drives in the Smokies, and of course the Tail of the Dragon.  The meet was capped off with a fine barbecue dinner and local old-time musicians playing stringed instruments including dulcimers, banjos, fiddles, mandolin, guitar, etc.

As most of you know, Jim Blackwood and I, b...

April 24, 2016

While many of you were enjoying the Arti Gras, a few of us were turning wrenches in the futile hopes of someday achieving the level of perfection of those cars recognized as art by the city of St. Albans.  Westernmost WVBCCer Jim Blackwood hosted a work weekend for little british cars at his shop in Florence, Ky.  BritishV8 folks from Tennessee (Carl Floyd) and South Carolina (Steve Degroat) came to work on a chump car that they along with Jim, Jim's oldest son Dave and I may eventually campaign on the chump racing circuit.  That car is a 79 MGB and it has been stripped down and converted to a 3.1 GM V6 power plant with T5 transmi...

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