Caterham Owners and 7 Enthusiasts in Boston, MA and Surrounding Area

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Caterham Owners and 7 Enthusiasts in Boston, MA and Surrounding Area

As per my recent Spotted, there seems to be a few more 7's in and around the Boston area than when I moved here 5 years ago.

Not sure if Steve Ross still frequents this page, but we now have Anker as a member of the club and there are a couple of new 7's seen driving around the neighbourhood where we are trying to track down the owners.

I don't think we have enough cars to justify a local chapter of the L7Club yet, but we do have the Arlington Classic Car Club.  This is an in-joke name for a bunch of guys that get together periodically to go for a drive and to kick some tyres.

We are planning to get out to the Larz Anderson Brit day as well as some of the car & coffee events.  We are also looking to get to other car shows such as Codman, MinuteMan etc.  There are tentative plans to get out to Lime Rock Park for at least one classics racing event.  In addition, one of the guys is looking to organise one or two trips to private car collections and Baer Connard of Ace Performance has offered to run an open day at his facility.

All of the above are provisional events, but I'm hopeful that most if not all will come off.  If you are in the area and might be interested in joining us, let me know and I'll either add you to our private FaceBook page or I can keep you up to date via email of you don't do that social meeedjya thing.

I'll drop Anker a blatmail.  If anyone else is interested in joining us for any of the above, or maybe one of our impromptu drives (usually with a trip to a restaurant at the end) then express and interest here and / or send me a blatmail.

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Is that Boston just outside York in North Yorkshire 

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No - its the other one that knows how to make a strong brew of tea!  Smile   

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That would be the one with lots of water, unboiled and a bit salty. 

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Americans never did learn how to make a good cup of tea!  Smile   

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They used cold water.

Stephen

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And put the milk in the cup with the teabag !
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We don't put milk in tea - rubbish. We put sugar and ice cubes in it!

Anker Berg-Sonne
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1987 Caterham Super 7 1700 Supersprint
2004 Porsche Boxster S
2009 Mercedes CLK 350 Cabriolet

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A drop of brandy or whiskey works great if your not driving ,,,,so take the wife with you so she can drive 

Derek 

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Not in the Caterham. She isn't very agile. Managed to get into it without help, but to get her out two of us literally had to lift her up. Does mean that she isn't going to take it out withou my knowledge.

We have a couple of Porsche Boxsters for that.

Anker Berg-Sonne
Stow, Massachusetts

Old fart pretending that age is just a number

1987 Caterham Super 7 1700 Supersprint
2004 Porsche Boxster S
2009 Mercedes CLK 350 Cabriolet