your classic event

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Mario Laguna
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Ever thought of organizing your classic event?

CCCC(L) - café-croissant classique (Luxembourg) takes place on Sunday mornings from 8h30 - 10h00 a.m. in Luxembourg City.

If you live in Luxembourg, drive something interesting and would like to chat about your motoring experiences, send an e-mail to volantefree@yahoo.de for more details.
Eligible all interesting cars from Fiat 500 to Cadillac Coupé de Ville.

Fiat 500s eligible for CCCC(L) if owners wake up early on Sunday mornings

Huge Cadillac out for early classic coffee

Unusual TVR and Talbot-Matra Murena, regular participants

Spa-Francorchamps paddock sticker on 964

Mario Laguna
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Even on rainy days, MGB roadster is out for CCCC(L). 1983 Porsche 924, right.

Some CCCC(L) founders

Nuno Granja
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Mario,

Thank for sharing, great variety of cars.

nuno granja

Mario Laguna
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New friends show up for the first CCCC(L) of 2012 with interesting machinery

Avantime with appropirate registration plate

Recently found in Germany, pretty Mazda roadster under the €6000 limit, in near mint condition it is good value for money

1969 Morris Minor Van in daily use

Early morning Café-croissant gives name to meetings

Serious 360bhp Focus could be in Monte Carlo

Semper fidelis MG

Evolution of species 996

 

Mario Laguna
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Roads were icy this morning (Feb. 12, 2012), we really needed our classic café-croissant

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In March 2012, cccc(L) members joined prize giving ceremony at national Autojumble

A very special limited edition Beetle joined in April 2012. 4WD, 230bhp

Mario Laguna
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CCCC(L) members travelled in April 2012 to Brussels to visit a private collection, where they admired interesting cars, including restored 1944 Schwimmwagen Typ 166

 

Chris Martin
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As I am on the committee of the local motoring museum, I do get involved in various events, some of interest, some not so much.

Coming up on the 20th May we have here in Australia a 'Motoring Heritage Day' which is very much like the 'Drive It Day' in the UK, where everyone is encouraged to get their old car out and go somehwere, whether to an organised rally or just down the shops.

We are playing host to local car clubs as the museum's collection is a popular destination for a day out.

I will get back with some photos of whatever turns up.

Chris M.

 

Mario Laguna
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Interesting cars showed up for the 9th CCCC(L) on 20 May, such as a pretty Lancia Fulvia 1,3 Zagato Type 818650, a mighty Porsche 928 GTCS and a limited edition 60th anniversary central-engined MG

 

 

Chris Martin
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May 20th is 'National Heritage Day in Australia', a sort of 'Drive It Day' equivalent, where everyone is encouraged to get out in their classic wheels. In the morning I accidentally hooked up with a bunch of Corvettes down the coast for run with a couple of other American muscle cars, but as the latest mag' already has a few of my Corvette snaps I didn't bother with the camera. Our museum was one of the popular destinations for local car clubs to meet, but by the time I arrived in the afternoon most had moved on. Still here are a few that stuck around.

Chris M.

Early Volvo P1800 with cow-horn bumpers.

'51 Ford sedan.

Cobra rep. - at least I think it was a fake snake -  but why do they all have to have those boy racer stripes? It is a perfect shape anyway, no need to bling it up.

Humber Vogue. Yes, what in the old country was called a Singer was sold here with a Humber badge.

1963 Studebaker Cruiser, was top of the line sedan for that model year.

1917 Hupmobile.

1928 Austin Six.

And my favourite on the day, a very clean 1926 Buick 2 door.

Chris M.

 

 

Mario Laguna
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Chris, very impressive your event, you like it big in Australia, though. M,