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« on: July 10, 2009, 02:24:44 pm »

Past Sunday 28th June, 2009, CCL (in Alliance with CCAT) in Chiangmai did host a Sunday Social Drive.  CCL monthly Sunday Social did meet at  one of their favourite haunts, the Black Canyon Coffee Shop at Kad Farang. Their destination was to drive to the heart of the Hang Dong countryside to the delightful Villa Obkhan, which is the home and guest house of CCL members Ernest Reypens.  Nest has invited the group to visit and sample some real Belgian coffee.  The place just what a pleasant spot it was and what a friendly welcoming hosts Nest and his family are.  On behalf of CCAT and CCL, We would like to thank Ernest for his kind hospitality.
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« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2009, 02:45:07 pm »

Join in by CCAT VP, Mr. Pravut  Kanchanawat.  CCL President, Ian Garritt.  CCL Secretary, Rex Baggaley. CCL Co-ordiantor, David Hardcastle. and CCL members
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Cruising through lush green scenery
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« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2009, 03:00:11 pm »

Arriving at the delightful home and guest house, Villa Obkhan. Welcoming the group by Ernest Reypens, the owner
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« Reply #4 on: July 10, 2009, 03:08:20 pm »

Some nice Classic cars participated in the drive.
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« Reply #5 on: July 10, 2009, 03:12:04 pm »

Some nice Classic cars participated in the drive
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« Reply #6 on: July 10, 2009, 03:21:38 pm »

CCAT representatives, Pravut, taken photo with two European great race car driver legends who have played a signifcant role as milestones in the history of speed.  David Hardcastle (British) and Ernest Reypens (Belgian)
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« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2009, 03:25:30 pm »

David Hardcastle with his Holden two door coupe while Ernest Reypens in his Ford Cortina two doors sports.
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« Reply #8 on: July 13, 2009, 09:24:08 pm »

Sunday Social 26th July 2009
From 10:00am,  Ninety-Four Coffee at Nim City Daily Rimping Airport  ;D

Dear Fellow Classic Car Enthusiasts
 
Last month’s CCL Sunday Social saw us meeting at Kad Farang, with a gentle drive out to fellow member Ernest (Nest) Reypens beautiful home, Villa Obkhan, close to the Obkhan National Park. We had a good turnout & on behalf of all CCL participants, please can I extend our collective thanks & appreciation to Nest & his family, for their most generous hospitality.
 
A surprise attendee on the day was our friend Khun Pravut Kanchanawat, Vice President of the Classic Car Association of Thailand (CCAT) in Bangkok who, given Classic Cars of Lanna’s new alliance with CCAT, was keen to meet CCL members. A big ‘thank you’ must definitely go to Khun Pravut for travelling to Chiang Mai to join us.
 
Now onto what's happening this month. Sunday 26th July 09 is the date set for this month, which will be a Classic Cars of Lanna Sunday Social. The venue is Ninety-Four Coffee, at Nim City Daily (known to many as RimPing Airport branch), just across from Central Airport Plaza. We'll be there between 10am & 12 noon and of course prime 'classic cars only' parking directly in front of Ninety-Four Coffee is being kindly arranged by the management of Nim City Daily.  Aside from the extensive range of beverages & snacks available at Ninety-Four Coffee, there are of course many other food & beverage options.
 
This is a great opportunity to catch up with and chat to fellow like minded classic car enthusiasts and we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on Sunday 26th from 10am
 
Ian Garritt
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Dear Fellow Classic Car Enthusiasts   
 
Classic Cars of Lanna had one of their best attended monthly gatherings of the year on Sunday from 10.00am, July 26th, at Nim City Daily near the airport. New arrivals ranged as widely as Swedish Jimmy's Mitsubishi Jeep (driven here to its new home from Pattaya), the lovely award winning Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire own by Khun Chitapong Kuawong of the Yaang Come Village and the very smart late 60's BMW 1800. Russ Barnes had the black Fiat-based custom coupe this time, Robin's Land Rover was back after a long absence, as were the Mini and Beetle driven respectively by Khun Kittiboon and his son.  Cleve and Phen Reinhard were another 2 car family with the Citroen DS (powered by VTEC) and the Chocolate Box Special, formerly known as a Peugeot.  Many thanks to Khun Pravut, Vice President of Classic Car Association Thailand, for yet another visit from Bangkok to strengthen our Alliance, to Rex and Ian for sponsoring the 29 Coffee, Khun Kay of NIM Operations Executive for arranging the parking yet again, and most of all - the 20 members, with and without classics, for making it all possible. Same venue, same time, August 30th!   
 
David  Hardcastle
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« Reply #10 on: August 03, 2009, 12:51:17 am »

Last Sunday 26th July, 2009, CCL (in Alliance with CCAT) in Chiangmai did host a Sunday Social Drive.  CCL monthly Sunday Social did meet at  one of their favourite haunts, the delightful Ninety-Four Coffee, at Nim City Daily (known to many as RimPing Airport branch), just across from Central Airport Plaza. Ninety-Four Coffee is being kindly arranged for Classic car enthusiast.  What a pleasant spot it was and a friendly welcoming hosts.  It was one of CCL best  monthly gatherings of the year with many Classic cars well attended.  On behalf of CCAT, We would like to thank CCL and the management of Nim City Daily for their kind hospitality.  :D
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Khun Jimmy from Sweden with his Mitsubishi Jeep, driven here to its new home from Pattaya
 
Khun Cleve and Khun Phen Reinhard were another 2 cars family with the Citroen DS (powered by VTEC) and the Chocolate Box Special, formerly known as a Peugeot
 
Khun Noy, David's wife and their son with a lovely red Alfa Romeo

 
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The award winning 1950's Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire own by Khun Chitapong Kuawong, President of the Yaang Come Village. The car was originally owned by a Chao Phraya in Chiangmai.  :o
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« Reply #13 on: August 03, 2009, 02:32:52 am »

- BMW 1800 Sedan
- Mercedes-Benz 180 (Ponton) and 280TE (W123)
- Opel with two tone color
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« Reply #14 on: August 03, 2009, 02:40:45 am »

- Austin Mini and a Volkswagen Beetle from Khun Kittiboon Sumantakul's collection

- Khun Robin's Land Rover
 
- The modify collections Ford Anglia, Citroen DS21 & Peugeot

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