up this morning I looked out the window to
a grim overcast day. I drove over to my brother-in-laws
house and put the kettle on. We decided to
toss a coin to see if we should partake in
the mystery run. Tails landed and we jumped
into the mighty pulsar as the heavens looked
like opening up at any time.
pulled into the shell servo for some fuel
where we saw Rob and Tim gassing the EB GT.
We headed to the first meeting point at Heathcote
Railway station. In attendance was a couple
of XA GT sedans, a couple of BA Falcon GT’s,
a tuff looking XB GT with the biggest bags
out back that I’ve ever seen on any
coupe (295 x 65 x 15). A roar of thunder was
heard as 2 XY’s and 2 XW’s entered
the car park.
a quick briefing from Geoff we headed south
down the freeway. A citric acid BA GT and
black BA GT seemed to have a few squirts around
some of the twisty bends which looked to be
fun. Next meeting point was Albion Park to
meet up with some more cars. So we headed
further south to which the final mystery destination
was now public knowledge.
Point was the location which was a lovely
small town with friendly locals. As soon as
they heard the roar of the V8’s they
came flocking down eager to check out the
n chips was a local special and I have to
admit they tasted as good as they said “FRESH”.
Saw some kids splashing around the water whilst
other kids played in the playground. Adults
lounged around talking and having a great
niece Julia gave Geoff a rundown on GT colours
and models and she also snapped some nice
pics. At 1:30pm it was time to head back home.
A uneventful drive home put me to sleep for
most of the way back. GT Falcon equals good
next time great revvvvvvvving Nick (See ya