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Old 18-09-17, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default 3 Urquattro's Cures Monday Morning Blues

I am over the moon to have been out today for a drive and lunch in the Ur quattro's with 4 other mates, meeting point was the Bowtrees near Kincardine then off to Crieff with a stop in Glendevon for a photo or two, after Crieff on to Comrie and lunch stop at St.Fillans, after lunch a short drive west along the north side of Loch Earn to Lochearnhead turn left and head for Callander and then home, well it cured my Monday morning blues.







I maneuvered my way to the back for a couple of photos



152 miles Ok for a Monday


In all the weather was dry with some sun and have arranged another run for October

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Old 18-09-17, 05:24 PM   #2
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Awesome.
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I was off today too, I could've graced your presence with the tdi estate ?!

(or maybe not )

Looks/sounds like you had a good time, can you talk us through the cars?

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I like this last shot, "Reduce speed now", you've caught up a blue rinse in a Toyota Aygo!!
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I like this last shot, "Reduce speed now", you've caught up a blue rinse in a Toyota Aygo!!
Bit unfortunate that, thats where you normally speed up in a quattro
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sure it was dispatched appropriately
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Looks/sounds like you had a good time, can you talk us through the cars?

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My own quattro B737 AKL is a 1984 car with a WR engine, Ian's quattro B10 VUR has a MB engine and Alan's quattro G20 VRR is a 20 valve, so you could say we had a full house of engines out today, with Ian getting his car back on the road in the last few month I thought when the road tax runs out on my Audi S2 I could garage it for the winter and tax my own quattro, so as you see this run in my mind has been in the planning for a few months, as I said in the first post we have agreed to another run in October, I would go back out tomorrow if I got the chance, I can only talk about my own car at this point, the exhaust noise with the K-jetronic fuel injection system dropping fuel into the cylinders on over run at low revs popping and burbling away going through the small towns and tight streets was awesome, I was a little bad today on the way home, the last run we were on John the meeting point was under a duel carriageway bridge, well on the way back after leaving Ian's there is the same layout with the duel carriageway above and roundabout each side with the link road between, there is also a pavement and a young couple was taking a mid afternoon stroll, I can confirm that they now know the unique sound of the Audi quattro, with a touch of throttle exiting one roundabout and the over run braking for the next, going to use that awesome word again.
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........the unique sound of the Audi quattro, with a touch of throttle exiting one roundabout and the over run braking for the next, going to use that awesome word again.
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Old 19-09-17, 07:34 AM   #9
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Excellent photos Colin 3 gorgeous Audis looks like you had a decent blast thanks for sharing
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