The annual gathering on Tilford Green, Surrey will take place on Saturday 4th October 2014. 

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Bring your 928 or just come and see the spectacle of so many in one place at once.  Please enter the green from the drop kerb at the top, donate to the upkeep of green and park as directed.  There is a car park if you are not in a 928 and please drive slowly through the village.

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The Barley Mow at Tilford Green, Surrey, GU10 2BU

Sadly, it has been SORN for two years now, and although I love it, my SE is beyond my skill level and budget so it had to go. Its gone to a good home though. Phil Rickard of the mail list is the very best person in the world who could have taken it on. It needs a ground up restoration and he's the man. It couldnt have gone to a better place. I have had it for 9 years. I didnt realise it was that long! I will pause a while, but I fancy an early early car or a last of the line GTS Auto. Every 928 I have has has been a manual so far and its time for a change!

 

1988 Porsche 928 S4 SE
1988 Porsche 928 S4 SE

 

 

Dropped in to Porsche Service Centre Byfleet yesterday to see the Macan and chat Porsche with them. They are always so welcoming and well worth a visit if you are in the area.

Here are some pics. What do you think? I love it. I love these wheels! I'm not sure it would replace the Cayenne but as a second car its pretty interesting. Trouble is they are on an 18 month waiting list.

Porsche Macan Diesel

Porsche Macan Diesel
Porsche Macan Diesel

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The last Saturday in November saw the 15th annual gathering of Porsche 928 cars at the Merry Miller pub which was organised by Andrew Brierley.

There were 35 cars in attendance including the first and last UK registered which provided a nice photo opportunity.  Andrew also organised a couple of competitions, one for the favourite car at the meeting and the other for guessing how much it has cost Andrew to maintain his own 928 for the last 13 years not including paint and tyres. Prizes were a $100 credit to spend with Roger Tyson of 928srus.com.  The runner up prize was £50 toward parts from Simon Watson and a 2014 Porsche 928 calendar.

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Barry Barton won favourite car for his Chiffon white S2 with red leather interior and white piping.  The car also has interesting gulf colours along the rub strips and matched painted wheels. The runner up was John Vaughan for his immaculate 1978 Silver car pictured below.

Trevor Peddle guessed £18,565 which was the closest to Andrew’s maintenance costs of £16,998.18 and Bill Robertson was runner up with his guess of £19,101.32.

“Thanks to everyone who turned up at the Merry Miller today, I counted 35 928s, a good turnout helped by the great weather. It certainly made my 350 mile round trip easier driving in decent weather conditions.” - Andrew Brierley.

Philip Rickard must take the prize for the longest distance travelled as he came from Cumbria and that is probably around 280 miles each way!

It was pretty cold outside but the food and warm open fire in the pub was very nice indeed. I heard recommendations for the raspberry crème brulee and cheesecake.

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The first and last registered UK cars. 

The 16th annual meeting will no doubt take place on the last Saturday in November 2014 so put that date on your calendar and come along.