At 7am this morning my daughter
Julia woke me up saying that it was time to
get ready for the cruise. So up I got, scoffed
some breakfast and into the garage we went.
We started the GT warmed it up and off we
headed to the first meeting point.
arrived at Roselands car park and I realised
that we were the last to arrive. We parked
the GT at the rear and got out for a quick
chat. First to greet us was the “Fox”.
As I walked down I saw Rob (Ex Pres) who arrived
in a newly purchased Brock Commodore. I have
never seen him so relaxed. Rips magnificent
Vermillion Fire XY GT was there with the new
combo. After a quick chat with all the boys
we decided to head off to the second meeting
point at Thornleigh McDonalds.
along at legal speed limits of course I needed
some fuel so we pulled into the Shell servo
on Roberts Rd. Pumped $50 of optimax and off
after I noticed a certain Vermillion Fire
XY baking the Road Champs with ease. Rob seemed
to give the Brock a bit of stick as well.
The day was very hot and all of the GT’s
did not miss a beat. I looked at my temperature
gauge and it was hovering around 140.
arrived at the second meeting point at Thornleigh
McDonalds and met up with the FGTOCNSW. Plenty
of nice cars on display. After a drivers briefing
by Geoff we headed off to Palm Beach. I noticed
a vast variety of tuff cars and a certain
jewel green XA looked and sounded the goods.
arrived at Palm Beach and we parked the cars.
I saw Spiro walking towards me. He left his
HO’s at home and brought along a white
LJ Torana. We hung around for a few hours
and my 8 year old daughter Julia was having
heaps of fun snapping away with the digital
was time to leave. Sash, Rip and I started
the 3 red GT’s and we headed home. It
was a nice and leisurely cruise back home
and a top day out.