We’ve taken our cars to various places around the country. Here is a list of meets and events that we have been to in the past.
The UK Crossfire Group met for our annual Winter Warmer meet in early December. We had decided on a change of venue, and a different format for this year’s get together, so the group headed off to Milton Keynes. With so many choosing to stay over on the Saturday night, drinks and a superb 3 course meal was organised at the The Nags Head at Great Linford. An evening of eating, drinking and conversation was enjoyed by all; and this was only surpassed by the great hospitality provided afterwards by Simon and Louise.
The UK Crossfire group met up at the National Heritage Motor Museum at Gaydon to celebrate an important milestone for the Chrysler Crossfire.
Just as the sun came out to dry up the wet roads, fifteen Crossfires arrived at Beaulieu, and soon we had a warm and sunny day top enjoy all that this fantastic venue has to offer. With a massive range of cars and motorcycles, both British and foreign examples from the famous, and lesser known manufacturers, there was lots to see. All the vehicles on show are beautifully restored and presented. The 50 James Bond cars and film props added another dimension to the displays with the familiar vehicles from the films on show, many showing the battle scars from the stunts in the films. Further entertainment came from the Top Gear show, again using many of the vehicles we have seen featured in the TV series. For the first time at UK Crossfires meet we used our new Events Shelter – this provides a great focal point for our meets, providing an undercover area for us to sit and chat. To fund this project we have started our raffles which will take place at future meets, and everyone is asked where possible to bring along a modest raffle prize. Many thanks to all who attended and helped to make this a fantastic day.
A great time was had by all on our return visit to Castle Combe Racing Circuit in Wiltshire. In glorious sunshine 14 Crossfires made a great display which attracted lots of attention, especially from some folks who came over to chat, and tell us they had never seen a Crossfire before!
In response to the requests of local members, UK Crossfires hit the road for our first meet in the North Yorkshire sunshine, the venue being the Eden Camp Museum near Malton. The Museum gave us a warm welcome and provided us with plenty of parking in our own designated area where we were able to show our cars and club banners.