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December 13th 2010

Ever have Trouble with Service?

This is a sketch from a UK TV program done by John Cleese a year or so before Monty Python began called "How To Irritate People" that features Michael Palin & Graham Chapman that was a prototype of the "Dead Parrot" sketch that was based on an actual experience that Cleese had with a car salesman.

It is not Club related, I found this while surfing Hemmings site. My thoughts were this might take the sting out while I update the side bar to the winter season :-(

There is half a foot of snow out every window, I have a moral obligion to put up the winter stuff.

Check out:
Travel destinations in Mexico and/or the Caribbean
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David E. Wood
bsccocwebguy@hotmail.com
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December 2nd 2010

Stick a Pin in Me and Call Me Mapped

Recently there was a discussion on Britcartalk on pin maps.

To the left is the pin map as it was for the picnic in 1996. Today, we can do an updated modern version on the WWW.

I have set up a Google map. Every BSCCoC member is invited to submit to me their name, location and fleet info. I will put a pin in the map in the proximity of the town you give me. I will not drill down to a satellite image of your back yard, unless you want me to.

Drop me an e-mail and I'll pop you up!

Check out:
Members
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David E. Wood
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November 18th 2010


MGB-GT Sized Hole

Attached are a few shots of the MG in the garage.

Not necessarily for the whole winter though - nice dry day in Dec, Jan, Feb - it might see the light of day.

cheers

Kirk Blake Dickson

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November 8th 2010

A40 Devon in Ontario

Ivan Shelton sent in some pictures of an Austin A40 north of Barrie Ontario

He also sent in a brochure scan for his newly aquired Austin A95 Westminter

Check out:
Finds
History
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David E. Wood
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October 28th 2010

November Oily Rag Deadline Approaching
Nov. 9 at 12 noon

Ok everybody! Elva is not here so I will plea, on her behalf, for Oily Rag submissions.

This has been a good summer and fall. There should be pictures galore from events from Ancaster to Bronte. Did anyone go on the Leaf Peeping run? The Lindsay to Brighton Run? Car Tunes?

I trust in the usual contributers to send stuff. But contributions are welcome from all members. If you have something Brit Car wise to say or show, send it in. If you have something for sale, you do not have to be a member to get it included.

Her e-mail temporary address, bsccoc1@gmail.com, is linked here in several places; it can handle the volume (hopefully greater now) of submissions while she is in England.

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David E. Wood
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September 24th 2010




Toronto Triumph Car Club British Car Day at Bronte

It was just about the best day you could have for mid to late September. The Toronto Triumph Club had everything going their way for this years British Car Day.

Triumph Stag Club USA Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the Stag

Tony Fox was wearing another hat as one of the hosts of the Stag Party Weekend. He and fellow Stag owners got a record number of Stags to a single event.

Check out:
The BSCCoC goes to Bronte
Toronto Star Wheels Article
The Stag Club USA goes to Bronte
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David E. Wood
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September 8th 2010

Celebration of Speed

The Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame is holding their second "Celebration of Speed" of 2010 on Monday, October 4th with a track day and a ride-along program for enthusiasts at Mosport International Raceway. This event is open to the general public.

Both race cars and street cars are welcome.

Check out:
The Canadian Motorsport Heritage Foundation
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David E. Wood
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September 7 2010

Halton Place Canadian Country Classic

Sunday September 5th was the last day of the Week 2 of the Canadian Country Classic Showjumping Competition at Halton Place

We were invited to show some cars and enjoy the show.

Tony Fox sent in some pictures.

Check out:
Tony's Report
Halton Place
Ontario Hunter-Jumper Association
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David E. Wood
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August 31st 2010

Wellington County Museum
Car Show

It was hot. It was sunny. It was on a 5° slope!
Perfect conditions for a car show!!
There were cars from Ford Model As to Zimmers
Just about everything was represented!
American Cars, British Cars, Polish Cars!

Check out:
Wellington County Museum Car Show
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David E. Wood
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August 17th 2010



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Grand River Raceway parking lot south side of Wellington Rd. 21

Tim Hortons and the Gorge Restaurant east side of Wellington Rd 7

Dufferin County Escarpment Ramble
Sunday, August 29th

We invite you to join us on our Dufferin County Escarpement Ramble on Sunday, August 29th. It will be a 150 mi. / 240 km. drive on scenic paved highways and byways featuring some lesser known routes on the Niagara Escarpment. We will be in top gear for longer periods than in last year's Tri-Cities Circle Tour. Drive north from Elora in the morning for one hour before a coffee stop in Shelburne. Drive another hour and a half until a late lunch in Mono Centre. After lunch drive an hour and 45 minutes back to a pub in Fergus.

Schedule as follows: Leave Elora at 10:00 AM. Coffee in Shelburne 11:00 - 11:30 AM. Lunch in Mono Centre 1:00 - 2:45 PM. Finish in Fergus at 4:30 PM.

Start: The parking lot of the Grand River Racetrack / Elora Slots just south of Elora on Wellington Road 21 at 10:00 AM promptly. Arrive a few minutes early to allow time to pick up your route instructions. The parking lot is south of the lights at the intersection of Wellington Roads 7 & 21. You might approach from Hwy 6 north of Guelph on Wellington Road 7 or come north on Wellington Road 21 or Northfield Drive from Waterloo thru Conestogo.

If you arrive in Elora early, you can get breakfast in The Gorge Country Kitchen restaurant or Tim Horton's. They are both on Wellington Road 7 just east of the intersection of Wellington Roads 7 & 21. There is also gasoline available near Tim Horton's on Wellington Road 21.

Lunch will be leisurely and delicious at the Mono Cliffs Inn. If there are enough of us we may arrange a private room.

We (Paul & Jan) will probably stay at the pub in Fergus for Happy Hour and supper but you may wish to drive home for supper from Fergus. We will not have reservations at this pub.

There is no rain date. We go whatever the weather (OK, maybe not if there is hail or tornadoes). Please let us know if you are coming by Tuesday, August 24th so we can advise the Inn for lunch.

Hope to see you there.
Paul & Jan Dullaert
pjdullaert@golden.net.



August 11th 2010


September Oily Rag Deadline Approaching

Just a reminder that the deadline for the September Oily Rag is August 25th, and this time I cant wait on any stragglers to send me their articles or ads. So please submit your stuff asap!

Also, I am looking for that perfect photo for the front cover! If you think you have just the thing for the cover, please send it to me!

Thanks,
Elva



August 9th 2010

Port Perry's Brits on the Lake!

Tony Fox has sent in pictures from Port Perry

Mere hours later Alan Weller sent more. Check them out!!

Check out:
2010 Brits on the Lake Car Show
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David E. Wood
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August 4th 2010

British Car Cay Volunteers Needed

Calling all TTC & BSCCoC members and families!

Once again the Toronto Triumph Club is putting out a call for volunteers for the British Car Day Weekend.

We will need 125 volunteers (20 for Saturday Set-Up and at least 105 for Sunday).

Saturday volunteers are needed for field layout and set up of signage.

Sunday volunteers are needed for registration, front gate traffic flow, Flea Market, collecting entrance fees, traffic directions on show field, counting Participants Choice votes, and field clear up at the end of the show.

Each volunteer will receive a Limited Edition shirt as well as coupons for food and drink.

We would like to invite TTC members whether old hands or new to come out and volunteer 2 hours of their time either Saturday or Sunday.

Please contact Bill Alexander at bill.alexander@rogers.com

Cheers,

Bill Alexander (BCD Volunteer Coordinator)

BCD Link: http://www.torontotriumph.com/BCD/



August 3rd 2010

Al Guest Wins award!!

Award-winning Big Al Guest, umm, winning an award. Big Al won best in the Special Interest category at the Canal Days car show with his Moke. There were over 600 cars, and we got 12 Minis to come out.

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Jeff Fenwick
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July 22nd 2010

Lindsay Brits in the Park Car Show!

Bill and Nona Schorse have sent in pictures from this last weekend in Lindsay

Check out:
2010 Brits in the Park Car Show
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David E. Wood
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July 18th 2010

Mount Forest Kinsmen Car Show!

This Southern Ontario Main Street closer is part of Mount Forest's Fireworks Festival. A summer festival of music, food, theatre, hospitality and a car show.

If you missed this event you can go to the Sights & Sounds Festival in Hanover Ontario. July 22, 23, 24 & 25, music, cars and other fun stuff!




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Canadian Country Classic Equestrian and British Car Event

Hi Folks,

The Canadian Country Classic is a horse jumping event for kid to amateur to professional riders. The BSCCoC has been invited to the horse jumping event at Halton Place Sunday Sept 5th. They seem quite keen to have us there and are setting up a display area.

There is no admission charge for classic cars entering the show. For those not having been before it is a short distance north of Milton.

Past events there have been a pleasant day out with the horse jumping and some special events put on.

Tony

Check out:
2010 Mount Forest Kinsmen Car Show
Mount Forest Fireworks Festival
Sights & Sounds Festival, Hanover
Halton Place
2006 Canadian Classic Car Show
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David E. Wood
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July 16th 2010


Mike Allen, son of Dave and Elva, caught this on his i-phone somewhere down in Hamilton.

Looks good, anyone know of it??
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David E. Wood
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July 12th 2010

The Picnic Happened!

Tony Fox sent in some pictures!

I do have room for more!

Terra Cotta does have some neet driving roads. What was your route. Yes, I am still looking for tour routes!

Check out:
2010 Picnic
Favourite Tour Routes
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David E. Wood
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July 9th 2010


The advertisement appeared on the back page of a Globe and Mail supplement entitled "Outdoors" and dated March 16th, 1965.

The Rootes Group in 1965 was targeting the women’s market with the Alpine.

It is also interesting to note that adjustable pedals were offered as an option.

These are ususlly considered to be a relatively recent development.

Regards,
John Middlemiss


July 3rd 2010


July Oily is out!

All club members have been notified. Paper copy is at the printers now.

Happennings

The Eastenders went to the races

The Rural Ramble rumbled through the former Wentworth County

I came across a Jaguar, maybe it was yours!

The MG Car Club of Toronto held a track day at Shannonville as part of MG2010. We helped by getting the word out that space was left. I have some pictures from that event

The Thornhill Cruisers Car Club had invited us to their June 28th Cruise Night. According to their website none of our cars made it.
It does look like a great cruise to attend, keep it in mind for an upcoming Monday evening

Tour Routes

I would still like your favourite roads to drive. E-mail me, throw the web guy a bone :-)

Check out:
Eastenders
Favourite Tour Routes
Finds
Thornhill Cruisers website
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David E. Wood
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June 13th 2010

Wentworth County Backroads Tour
The Rural Ramble

I've got some updates, contact info, and a route map for the June 27th Rural Ramble

Check out:
Rural Ramble
Favourite Tour Routes

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David E. Wood
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June 24th

Route Sheets are up

David Wood



July 3rd

It was great. We had nine cars and the weather was perfect the entire trip. We covered about 40 Km on a very winding route up and down the Bruce Trail ending up at to the Rockton Fairgrounds for a stopover which allowed us all to sit round in a circle in a nice bit of shade. One new member (Jim Colburne Morris Minor 1000) broke down just before Rockton but with several others able to help, we got him going and he was able to get back to Oakville under his own power.

After lunch we covered another 65 Km (the Westenders a little less) and arrived back in Burlington about 4 pm. The difference between major road traffic and our 'rural ramble' in Gods country was as good as it gets.

I don't have all the names Dave but this is close:

Andy & Val - Rolls Royce
Paul & Jan - Innocenti
Andy - Lotus 7/Caterham
Anthony & Mary Hughes - Jag XTS convertible
Phil & Wendy Miller - Jag XJ6
Jim Colburn & Son - Morris Minor 1000
Roger & Joy Tipple - Morris Turbo Metro
? and ? - Morgan +4
Angela & Dave - Non-british car

Regards

Andy P



June 6th 2010





Thornhill Cruisers Car Club
Cruise Nights

Cruise Night Every Monday, 5pm to 9pm May 24 to September 6, 2010. At The Bayview Glen Church, 300 Steeles Avenue East Thornhill (Just East of Bayview).

All Antique And Collectible Cars 15 Years or Older Welcome Free On-Site Spectator Parking Available

There is Never Any Entry Fee For Cars or Spectators!

The "Higher Ground Grill" is Run by the Church and Provides Excellent Food and Refreshments Including Hamburgers, Sausage, Chicken Salads and Even Ice Cream!

The BSCCoC has been invited to the Monday June 28 British Car Night Cruise!

So come on out, show your car, meet people, and eat!!


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Check out:
Thornhill Cruisers website

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David E. Wood
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June 3rd 2010 - Last updated June 27th

Track Day at Shannonville
Friday June 25th

Here is a rare opportunity to safely drive your LBC on a track instead of regular roads and really have some fun.

The MG Car Club of Toronto as part of MG 2010 (www.mg2010.com) is holding a track day at Shannonville Motorsport Park, Shannonville, on Friday June 25th and we still have some open spots which we are offering to other vintage British Car Clubs. In the UK Track Days are very popular and are held at a circuit somewhere almost every month. We are being assisted in this event by the St Lawrence Auto Club of Kingston.

The format will be as follows:-

A pre event drivers meeting run by the St Lawrence Club at 8:30 a.m.
In the morning you will get to drive 6 laps on the LONG TRACK, about 25 kms, accompanied by an instructor from the St Lawrence Club who will guide you on the best lines through the course.
There will be a break for lunch at your own expense but food will be available on site.
In the afternoon you get another 4 laps, this time on your own where you will be timed for consistency in the middle two laps.
Participants will receive to keep a European style rally board, individually numbered.
Emergency services will be on site all day and helmets will be provided free for all drivers.
Cars will have to pass a technical inspection as laid out on the application form.
The bargain fee for this event will be $75.00 plus GST.
Read more at http://www.mg2010.com/track_day.html
Register at http://www.mg2010.com/register2.html complete the personal information as requested but ignore the MG2010 registration fee. Just sign up for track day although we will willingly accept you for all of MG2010. Credit cards are accepted through a dedicated phone number which is listed on the registration form.

We hope to see you there having fun and if you want any more information please contact us at 1 866 436 3278.

John Burrows.
Shannonville Track Day Co-ordinator.

Check out:
MG Car Club of Toronto
MG 2010
Shannonville Motorsport Park

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David E. Wood
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June 8th

The numbers are creeping up slowly but we still plenty of spaces so we are still looking for participants.

John



June 22nd

Three days to go! There are still openings available.

Drive Ins are welcome but get there early enough to get all of the forms filled out before the driver's meeting in the morning

Contact me for John's cell phone number

David Wood



June 27th







We had a lot of fun. The instructors from the St Lawrence Club first drove our cars with us as passengers to show us the best line through the track. They had already marked off the track with cones to show the aiming points and the apex of each corner. I did not know my MGB would corner that hard and fast. Then we each got another 3 laps with us driving and the instructor as a passenger reminding us where to point the cars, where to brake etc. It was fantastic.

In the afternoon we each got 4 laps on our own with the middle two being times for constancy. The winner had a lap time difference of 13/100ths of a second between laps.

As we were undersold and had spare track time the opportunity was given for people to use the time for extra laps either on their own or with an instructor. Most people were grinning from ear to ear after their track time and that evening some people were saying they now wished they had signed up for the event. Overall a great event and one that will be remembered for quite a while.

John Burrows. MGCCT



June 1st 2010



British Car Week

Get out! Drive your Brit car!

Then send me a picture or two!

Your Favourite Tour Routes

In the last few days there have been tour notices and meetings to plan tours.

What I would like are your favourite touring routes. It will be a great opportunity to share your roads with everyone. Send 'em on to me

Check out:
British Car Week website
Favourite Tour Routes

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David E. Wood
bsccocwebguy@hotmail.com
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May 27th 2010




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The Rural Ramble Tour
Sunday, 27th June

We will start our tour of Wentworth County back roads at the Tim Hortons in the Sobeys Plaza, Dundas St. E, and Hamilton St. N, Waterdown, east of Hwy 6 at 11:15 AM

About 12:30 we will stop, stretch the legs and enjoy a BYO picnic lunch at Rockton Fairgrounds. Rockton has an excellent local pottery plus a country General Store and the Cookhouse Cafe for hot food if desired. It is good so is likely to be busy.

We will depart about 2:00 touring more of the little known roads in Wentworth County.

We will finish and fan out for home around the area of Sheffield Rd. and Hamilton Rd. 97. At about 3:30 for the Kitchener Crew exiting via 97 West to Cambridge; 4:00 for the Milton Muster exiting via Hwy 6 North to 401 East; and 4:30 for the Burlington Brigade taking Hwy 6 south of Freelton to Concession Rd. 10 E to Derry Road and points east.

We will have toured approx 110 km, mostly on Ontario backroads! The route has been arranged such that all turns onto major high volume roads, such as Highways 5, 6 and 8 are right hand so we can keep the group together.

Route sheets and maps will be handed out at the beginning of the run.

Any questions, contact Andy Procktor aprocktor@hotmail.com

Check out:
Favourite Tour Routes

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David E. Wood
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May 24th 2010

Get Together at the Halton County Radial Railway
Sunday June 13th

Meet our joint organizers, the Upper Canada Region Rolls-Royce Owner's Club at the Mohawk Inn for brunch at 11:00. Afterwhich we will drive about 15 minutes north arriving at the Halton County Radial Railway about 12:30. Enjoy a 2 kilometer Streetcar ride in the country and pick-up a fridge magnet or souvenir at the gift-shop.

Brunch at the Mohawk is $14.95, Children 5 to 10 $7.95, 4 and under FREE.

Group admission to the Halton County Radial Railway is $8.50, children 4 to 7 is $6.50 and under 4 is FREE.

The Mohawk Inn, 9230 Guelph Line is located on the west side of the Guelph Line immediately north of Hwy 401, exit 312.

The Halton County Radial Railway, 13629 Guelph Line is on the east side of the Guelph Line, just about 14 km north of the Mohawk Inn.

Please send an e-mail by Friday June 4 to Tony Fox or Andy Procktor if you want to attend this event.

Check out:
Mohawk Inn
Halton County Radial Railway
Upper Canada Region Rolls-Royce Owners'/Enthursiats' Club

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David E. Wood
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May 23rd 2010 - Last comment June 4th




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Grey-Bruce BSCCoC Meeting!!

We will be a gathering the Grey-Bruce Chapter of BSCCoC at the Queen's Bush Pub, in Hanover, Saturday May 29. at 11:30. The pub is on the south west corner of 10th St. and 13th Ave.

Excellent parking is available behind the building and across the road.

This is to be a casual get together to discuss possible activities for the chapter.

See you there!

Email Dave Allen if you have questions.

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David E. Wood
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June 4th

The meeting went well, there were 7 of us, so not bad for a first time gathering. There was talk of a garage tour to Markdale as well as a waterfall tour in that area. I think a visit to Chapman's Ice Cream would be a cool thing to do :-) There will be another meeting at the end of June, date to be announced.

Elva Allen



May 2nd 2010



Ford From Ancaster Identified!!

This little Popular was the object of my obsession. There was no card on it at Ancaster. But I did find another picture from the Quebec car club CARVAQ. I could almost read the entry card that I blew up from the picture

The owner came forward and identified himself! Now that we know that. I want to find out where the car came from before that. It had an oil change sticker from a Wisconsin shop. Any Wisconsin English Ford people out there??

Check out:
Ancaster 2010 Swap Meet

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David E. Wood
bsccocwebguy@hotmail.com
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April 30th 2010



Website Re-arrangement

I'v re-arranged the website a bit. Whenever you click the link to http://www.bsccoc.ca you will come here. I have been looking at some other sites and thought this may not be a bad idea. Coming here will give everybody the chance to see what is new. All of the stuff originally here has been moved to a "Who We Are" page.

Chairman of the Board and the rest of the Executive

I have a picture of Andy Procktor and his very first Presidential message. So if you see him, welcome him. Hit him up for money or a patronage appointment. There is also more Executive changes. I hope they are all reflected in the list. Any executive who wants to check it feel free.

Member Galleries

There are some business cards no longer on the page because Roger and/or Don have not received renewals. Check it out. Renew yourself!

Eastenders' Garage Tour

The Eastenders had a garage tour, and I have pictures to prove it!

Check out:
The Executive
The Member Galleries
The Eastenders Chapter

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David E. Wood
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April 18th 2010

Ancaster Flea Market

Spring has sprung for real now! Any snow that falls now will be just a little annoyance because it just can't last.

The BSCC and AHCSO put on the Ancaster Flea Market in the, now completed, new Marritt Hall. I got there the crack of noon and have some pictures for you all

I also met our new Chairman Andy Procktor, a nice guy who will take us into the future!!

So check out the Ancaster pics I have up here, and if you have any, I can put them up too!

Check out:
Ancaster Flea Market, April 18th 2010

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David E. Wood
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April 14th 2010

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye!

We have a new Chairman of the Board!

Roger worked his magic on any suitors for the job of Chairman of the Board. Andy Procktor has signed on the dotted line.

We also have a new Membership guy, Don Walker will help keep all of the vital statistics straight, who's new, who needs to re-new. Its all to keep you getting your Oily Rag every month.

Check out:
The Executive

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David E. Wood
bsccocwebguy@hotmail.com
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January 30 2010

Happy New Year!!

Here in the south of Ontario we had two weeks of January Thaw. Enough for some bikes to get out and about. Now we are back in winter. It can't last too much longer. This coming Tuesday Wiarton Willie and his kin will discern the light and shadow for their wintry future.

I am getting serious about the Modified Cars page. So far a couple of responses.

Dave Allen sent:

Nigel has a genuine Allis Chalmers muffler carefully crafted, does that qualify? I also have a 1942 Oliver tractor powered by a Nissan diesel truck motor. Will that work?

Dave in the snow

Tony Fox sent:

I saw your request for interesting items on Brit Car Talk, check out the 'Essential Buyers Guide for Stags' I've been working on, published by Veloce in the UK, cover attached. Now available through Amazon. Happy New Year and hope you had a good Christmas
Tony

Who knew Tony and Norm wrote a book?? I didn't. I do now, and so do you. So, buy one. Links are in the Member's Gallery and Modified Cars pages

Check out:
Modified Cars
Member Galleries

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David E. Wood
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