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Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Trugga on Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:29 am

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Next to the FOG Annual Meet, this north Midlands "party" is the definate No.2 to circle in your diary. Bobby and Chrissy open up their garden (and surrounding urban space) with a mixture of tools and food for all tastes. Their hospitalitly is legendary.

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Early arriver's get prime location parking (I just snuck in on the end)

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Over spill parking a plenty

Many Fronteras were being fettled with this fine sunny day, although they mostly seemed to be 2.8's :shock:

Snapper had changed the 2.8's timing belt and was then to set about replacing the spider in the rear prop.

Alchamist was fitting a custom made exhaust to his 2.8, abley assisted by Drift and Bobbins Job.

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Our Admin with dirty hands

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Bobbins Job's 2.8 had the fuel tank guard replaced

There were olso other little jobs being done; SWB/LWB rear light conversion, a new exhaust on a 2.0 Sport, the fixing of an alarm switch and a bit of stickering.

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Bobby's Den

There were many people around to engage in conversation with, but this little Manny seem to attract a lot of attention:

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As the light started to fade, I said my "cherio's" and left the hard core to do what they do best:

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On my drive home though, one thought kept crossing my mind - did Drift have a good nights sleep ?

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Drift's Hotel Horsebox

Cheers Bob - thanks for the chat.
Cheers Chrissy - I'll be seing you soon.

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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby horses45 on Sun Jul 22, 2012 12:16 pm

well again another great spanner party sorry i just had to leave,Thanks to Chrissy and My Big Bro Bobby for the great time we had and to everyone we met at it i even introduced my little girl caitlin to everyone and she loved it, but thanks to kylie for my hug and made me feel better hope everyone gets home safe and sound was nice to see you all and hopefully next time i can stop longer Rob and Audra with the kids
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Roo on Sun Jul 22, 2012 12:56 pm

Hi All :D
It Was great seeing everyone again, have missed you and new faces :thumbup:

A HUGE Thank You to Chrissy and Bobby for having me there again xx I didn't get lost this time either :thumbup: But Tomtom did send me home a different way :?

A Big thank you goes to Bobby and John for fitting my new shiny exhaust for me and to Rob for fitting my wing Mirror, I'd of still been there , thinking I could get it off from the outside :roll: haha , instead of the inside like you did :D Also thank you for my " Roo" stickers you put on Gracie May :thumbup:

Thank you all for a lovely day :thumbup:
Hope you all get home safe and sound
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby john boy on Sun Jul 22, 2012 2:54 pm

Bloody hell I just rembered this :oops: :oh yer: sorry was coming but been busy doing my cylinder head :roll: lOoks like I missed a good one.
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby 4x4 chrissy on Sun Jul 22, 2012 2:59 pm

Well it's abeautiful Sunday afternoon, everyone has now left Silverdale in Staffordshire, safe journey to all those on their way home and I hope everyone who left yesterday got home safe.
I would like to say a BIG BIG thank you to everyone that made the effort to come, it was a fantastic weekend, with lovely company and putting more new faces to names from FOG. 18 trucks this year, a new record.
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby snapper on Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:22 pm

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Bobby, Chrissy. As always a great weekend and BBq. It really is for us to be handing out the gert big thank you to your good selves for putting on the event and organising it so well. It was great and very good to meet folks again.

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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby cheekychick on Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:46 pm

This was my first BBQ and it was brilliant.

It was lovely to see some faces I haven't seen for ages and some I see more often, lol, and even though i wasn't in Stan, I still had a job done on my car, thanks to Jay :D

Glad the hug worked Rob, and Caitlan is chip off the old block, she is very funny.

Massive thanks to Bobby and Chrissy for making me feel so welcome, well, Chrissy anyway, at least SHE didnt throw tea at me :lol: only joking Bobster :wink: xx

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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Drift on Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:48 pm

Again a cracker,and I did have a drink or two but not to the extent I couldn't get stuck in :lol: :lol: :lol:
It was busy old day with exhaust being whipped off and fitted and rebuilt from bits that had been whipped of other cars :crazy:
A wheel bearing and oil filter issue sorted 8)
Fuel tanks dropped and refitted, lights wired up left right and centre and a cam belt renewed along with the prop uj.

Stickers pretty much stuck on everything :lol:

I had to leave early today, sorry about that but I hope the other outstanding jobs got sorted and Ricks shocks.

I love the way nothing is too much trouble for any one, thankfully I didnt need anything on my truck but the help every one not just willingly offered but insisted in offering each other is one reason I will never leave this place, all of you are fantastic ambassadors for FOG and purely great individuals :thumbup:

Bobby and Chrissy and family.........................Well what can I say that I have not said before, we and I love you all and thank you so much for this, its a therapy for me to see your family welcome all of us to your home and 18 cars at the last count is a lot of hard work to cater for and you fed and watered us all fantastically.
Again all my thanks and respect to you all xxxx

A few pictures and yes I was dead chuffed wit my den in the horse box, it was ace though apparently the snoring reverberated a bit like beat box in a car and kept a few folk awake :oops:

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And we are buying one of those little fire burners for our garden this week as that was just the right size and kicked out some heat :thumbup:


Thank you to all who attended and our fantastic hosts :D
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby furball on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:12 pm

It was nice to be able to stop by and see the FOG gang. Big thanks to Bobby and Chrissy for hosting and cooking top nosh, and to Horses for his usual BBQ magic :D

Also, thanks to those who helped me figure out that stupid alarm switch - it's working perfick now 8)
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Wilberforce on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:21 pm

Well, I'm home now too, having stopped for a rocket-fuel coffee and to collect a thoroughly knackered Staffie from my sister ($deity alone knows what she does with her, but if it saves me walking, then who am I to complain! :lol: )

Thanks go to Chrissy and Bobby for organising this annual do. This is the first time I've done the trek to Stoke for the BBQ, but was made very welcome, had a few drinkies and a thoroughly entertaining time. Nice to catch up with a few bods I've not seen for a while, see some new faces, and finally get to meet Chrissy after taking turns with her to wind up Lou and others on FaceBook :lol: The bolognese was absolutely superb too, thank you.
Just a shame I've missed these on previous occasions.

Didn't do much to my truck, except borrow Bobby's drill to make a large hole in my spare wheel carrier for a CB antenna, and watch Frank dismantle the remains of my towbar swan neck.

Cracking time though, well worth the trip. See you next time!
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby bobbinsjob on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:26 pm

Finally made it home after a rather scary blow out on the A14 (litterally 100 yards from where Angelina blew up last year) :evil: And after finding that my new truck is sans bottle jack, had to call the AA to change the spare over :oops:


Again a massive thankyou from me and Maria to Bobster and Chrissy for a brilliant weekend (and ofcause, the cozy caravan :D )
Like Drifty says it's brilliant to see folk muckin in to fix or modify others' trucks (the welding aint pretty, but it aint going anywhere) and as per usual, the food (expertly cooked by the cosmic fool) was great, the banter was tip top and even the weather came out to play for us.

18 trucks!!!!!! Is there a world record for the number of Fronteras parked in the same street? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Wilberforce on Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:22 pm

Blimey mate, not good to hear about the blow out.
Take it you and Maria made it home unharmed, just a bit later'n planned? Nothing embarassing about calling out the AA, the bottle jack probably wouldn't have been up to the job anyways.
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Drift on Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:31 pm

Glad your both okay :shock:

Jim, bottle jack are ace, my 3 ton Halfords one is better rated than my trolley jack :shock:

Wanted add for the bobbinsess in the wanted area soon :lol: (new seats..old seats stained :lol: :lol: ) sorry :butt:
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Wilberforce on Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:49 pm

Yeah, but the standard Vx one isn't... Single use affair, if it goes that high...
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby 4x4 bobby on Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:27 am

Well people, now this bloody laptop is working ile Say a great big "THANK YOU" to all that came and made it a fantastic weekend again! :clap: :thumbup: I know i didn't do much this time but i had been given my orders and i had a couple of watch dogs making sure that i didn't(Audra and Jo Jo)xx :wink: . I will think about the next one after Christmas and see what i come up with! :idea: We realy struck lucky with the weather this time and from reading all your post it seem's you all had a good time. I'm glad you all got home safe including you Ian/Maria, it could only happen to you could'nt it???? :oh yer: Here are the few pic's that i managed to take and as you have allready seen Little Bobbin's looked cool in the hat!!!
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby rseaville on Mon Jul 23, 2012 10:04 am

A big thanks Bobby and Chrissy for hosting this weekend and a cracking weekend it was.
Really enjoyed the weekend and even learned a few things.
It was great to get together and meet you all again.
Thanks again to Bobby and Chrissy and to everyone else for making it such a great weekend.

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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby bobbinsjob on Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:26 am

thanks guys, we were ok, just a little shaken and as Ste said, i ripped the seat cover off and very near soiled myself but luckily there was no traffic around me as we snaked across the A14 :shock: :shock:

went down to Halfrauds yesterday and bought me a new 2.5 ton 4x4 trolley jack with rapid lift (goes up in one) with the trade card, got it for £32 8) 8) down from £40

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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby horses45 on Tue Jul 24, 2012 10:05 am

glad it all ended ok ian and enjoy the holibobs
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Roo on Wed Jul 25, 2012 12:48 pm

Pleased your both are ok :thumbup:
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Re: Annual Spanner Party/BBQ 2012 21st-22nd July - Review

Postby Wilberforce on Wed Jul 25, 2012 6:08 pm

Right, I'm after some memory help here...
There was a discussion I had regarding diff plates, and somebody having a mate who would be able to press new ones.

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