Well what can I say, another glorious weekend with some sterling work carried out by the crew, the usual T4
sessions, interior change, powerfold mirrors, rear light seals, mended fuel leak, in line stats, PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation Valve)
filters, handbrake compensators, repaired VIS (Variable Intake System)
motors, auto dimming mirrors, wishbone bushes (fitted as a one off to road test some new bushes which could well be on the market soon), headlight polishing, a few scratches polished out, towbar electrics, uprated door speakers, new sat nav SD cards, replacement headlights and no doubt others I have missed, but the point is all done for free in line with the Nano ethos, which is thanks to all of you who turned up to offer your help, experience and advice so take a bow, you know who you are and you sent home a lot of owners happy !
We started off on Friday with a few camping overnight, and shared the weekend with a 40s event on the adjacent field, so plenty of military present plus others dressed up in their 40s outfits, there were some parking access issues but these were overcome with the co operation of everyone and Sunday came to a close with a fly past of a Hurricane !
The new pub manager Jeff couldnt have been more accomodating and he made us more than welcome for the whole weekend
We also saw Steves recently refurbed Honda Goldwing Trike plus trailer and Micks beautiful classic MG Midget, both included in the pictures which are now in the gallery below.
If you click on the slideshow feature on the left of the gallery page you can view the pictures in their largest size.http://www.midlandsnanomeets.co.uk/gall ... temId=4892
A few taster pictures below, including the" Max and Paddy" of the Nano Meets, Brian and Ron !