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emo 2019 Kei Kars in the Park Annual Meet

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08 Aug 2019 21:03 #27594

As you are all probably aware, previous Kei Kars in the Park annual meets have been the biggest UK showcase of Kei cars, growing larger and larger with each passing year.

After a successful 2018, the annual meet is back for 2019 at the Milton Keynes Museum, on Sunday the 15th of September!

There will be a number of different car clubs attending the venue on the day for their Heritage Transport Weekend, which means we will be limited to 30 cars max. (Really hoping we can have a full stand of 30 cars this year!)

I hope that a months notice is sufficient, and I understand if some of you won't be able to make it. However it would be amazing to have a full fleet of Kei cars at the event, so please let us know if you're interested!

Hotel recommendations, directions and anything else are available on request if needed!

Where:

Milton Keynes Museum
McConnell Drive
Wolverton
Milton Keynes MK12 5EL
England

When:

Sunday 15th September 2019

A donation is required upon entry (minimum £3 per car) which includes entry to the museum (usually £9).

Let me know if you want to attend! Looking forward to seeing you all there!

Please leave the following information if you would like to display your car at the meet:

Driver's name
Vehicle make and model
Vehicle registration


1998 Daihatsu Mira TR-XX Avanzato R4
1991 Autozam Carol Type G
1996 BMW E36 323i Compact
1997 BMW E36 316i Saloon
1998 Toyota Chaser JZX100 (Sold)
1998 Toyota Soarer JZZ30 (Sold)
2000 Perodua Nippa L201 (Sold)

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08 Aug 2019 21:12 #27595

Current list of attendees:

1. Mark Trenfield - Daihatsu Mira Avanzato - S761 VAB
2. Joseph Flaherty - Daihatsu Mira - K714 BOE
3. Louis Havenhand - Daihatsu Cuore Avanzato - R599 BAK
4. Dylan May - Daihatsu Copen - HV04 RFX
5. Cam Hans-Brooker - Daihatsu Move - R58 YBJ
6. Paul Hiles - Suzuki Cappuccino - K973 OUF
7. Connor Smith - Suzuki Cappuccino - C360 GTP
8. Casper Nowosielski - Suzuki Cappuccino - J769 HCB
9. Steve Atkinson - Autozam AZ1 - J135 GEX
10. Justin Smith - Suzuki Lapin - LP58 HFE
11. Daniel Smith - Suzuki Alto Works - G607 DAN
12. Don Taylor - Honda Beat - H978 PRD
13. Alex Murphy - Suzuki Kei - V723 FLN
14. Jamie Hayzelden - Honda S660 - WA64 LUJ
15. Scott Ratcliffe-McClelland - Honda S660 - WJ65 JNU
16. John Toon - Honda Beat - FI8 EAT
17. Kerry - Suzuki Cappuccino - N562 RLJ
18. Morgan Rees - Honda Beat - J102 AUX
19. George Mercer - Suzuki Cappuccino - M744 SFA
20. Mike Andrew - Honda Beat - JI8 EET
21. Mo Abbas - Suzuki Cappuccino - L712 XLO
22. Mick Bomba - Suzuki Cappuccino
23. Sid Last - Honda Beat
24. Gary - Perodua Kenari - WA08 NXT


1998 Daihatsu Mira TR-XX Avanzato R4
1991 Autozam Carol Type G
1996 BMW E36 323i Compact
1997 BMW E36 316i Saloon
1998 Toyota Chaser JZX100 (Sold)
1998 Toyota Soarer JZZ30 (Sold)
2000 Perodua Nippa L201 (Sold)
Last Edit: 12 Sep 2019 11:27 by loopdeloop.

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20 Aug 2019 21:57 #27598

HI,

John Toon
Honda Beat
FI8EAT

THX

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08 Sep 2019 16:41 #27603

Hi. First time posting here. As a first time Kei car owner, I'm interested in the annual meet. I have had my Cappuccino since last October, but only got it back on the road in July. I haven't taken it on a trip more that 20 miles one way, so the 60 miles from Solihull to Milton Keynes is making me a bit nervous at the moment. What does it mean to display your car? Do you have to be there at a particular time and is leaving restricted? I might like to do this, but if you think you'll reach your 30 cars then I'm happy to leave the place to someone else.

Regards
George Mercer
Suzuki Cappuccino
M744 SFA

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09 Sep 2019 18:49 #27605

Commonman wrote:

Hi. First time posting here. As a first time Kei car owner, I'm interested in the annual meet. I have had my Cappuccino since last October, but only got it back on the road in July. I haven't taken it on a trip more that 20 miles one way, so the 60 miles from Solihull to Milton Keynes is making me a bit nervous at the moment. What does it mean to display your car? Do you have to be there at a particular time and is leaving restricted? I might like to do this, but if you think you'll reach your 30 cars then I'm happy to leave the place to someone else.

Regards
George Mercer
Suzuki Cappuccino
M744 SFA

Entry is from 9am with the gates being open to the public from 11am. All cars are to be on site by 10:30am but you can leave whenever you want, really!

I've added you to the list, if you would like to attend! Hopefully we'll see you there!


1998 Daihatsu Mira TR-XX Avanzato R4
1991 Autozam Carol Type G
1996 BMW E36 323i Compact
1997 BMW E36 316i Saloon
1998 Toyota Chaser JZX100 (Sold)
1998 Toyota Soarer JZZ30 (Sold)
2000 Perodua Nippa L201 (Sold)

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09 Sep 2019 22:18 #27606

Thanks for the information and adding me to the list. Yes I'm planning to attend and looking forward to seeing the other cars and meeting the club members.

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11 Sep 2019 13:11 #27608

hi mark i will be coming with a beat and a few others
mike andrew JI8EET
mo abbas l712xlo cappuccino
mick bomba cappuccino
sid last honda beat

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18 Sep 2019 13:54 #27612

Sorry if this is a little late, but just like to thank everyone at the Annual Meet this year for making me feel welcome and answering my many questions. It was nice to see and learn about other Kei cars that I had not been that close too. After being nervous about taking my Cappuccino the 120 mile round trip, I must say it ran faultlessly and was great fun with the roof down. I enjoyed the venue and the weather was just perfect. A great day.

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02 Oct 2019 20:08 #27616

Thanks for organising everything.

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