The Shed Cars and Coffee Schofields NSW

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The Shed Cars and Coffee Schofields NSW

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Despite the drizzle Pete (Sly Fox) and I headed off for coffee this morning to a meet neither of us had ever been to before.

This meet is organised by a gent who runs a coffee shop, as a way to get traffic through the door on a Sunday. Clearly it works.

This even is held around 4K's away from our regular Rouse Hill events but attracts a totally different crowd. There were many vehicles there we had never seen before plus a few regulars form different events we've been to.

Enough, on to phots.

This 57 Chev just looked the goods.

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This Chev truck was very subtle in the mods but a good looking jigger.

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This one gets around quite a bit.

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With this message on the firewall.

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The slowest Ford at the meet, but not the slowest car, that may have been a standard Fiat 500.

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A really nice Impala SS.

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This Monaro wasn't perfect but it was an eyecatcher and I would have driven it home with a very big smile on my face.

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Under the Dodge's bonnet. Still water runs deep!

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The old guy driving this had to do a few laps of the carpark to find room to moor his barge. An amazingly original Caddy.

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A nice pilot (I like the colour) with a nice roof chop. Not too much, not too little.

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Stock standard EH sedan in very good condition.

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This early Ford Thunderbird looked magnificent in this colour.

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A bit of an unusual one, a long wheelbase Lariat.

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This Capri just oozed class.

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Understated but class Mustang.

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99% sure this isn't the original vehicle but if not, a good effort at reproducing it.

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Looking at the photos most attendees seemed incapable of parking within their designated marked area. I'm using the excuse the Ford truck beside me occupied two space long and 1 and a bit wide.
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Nice rides thanks...
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I have to travel a lot further to get a change of rods. Usually into the northern suburbs and takes a good 45 minutes to an hour. Totally different type of people and style of cars then.
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If I were to travel to Penrith (about an hour) the cars and people are very different.

Not bagging people from Penrith, just their cars are more about performance than looks. A bit like my car it fits in out there well.
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Great rides, love that Capri. Thanks
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