A fabulous morning with a very sunny start and in total 45 cars attended this popular event at the Pagham Beach Cafe.
SADCASE/HARDCASE meet 2017
It was a cold morning but the gin clear sky brought the SADCASE/Hardcases out in force for the last breakfast meet of 2017 on Sunday 5 November. The car park at Billy's on the Road quickly filled up with everyone looking forward to their breakfast. Many thanks go to Billy and her team for getting us all fed and watered in quick order.
The main event of the morning was the formal presentation of a cheque for £2000 to SADCASE's chosen charity the Mary How Trust.
After stoking up on the calories to combat the cold and a natter in the car park, many took advantage of the good weather to go on to watch the London to Brighton run, or to have a look round the autojumble at the South of England Showground Ardingly. Regular club meets at the Fountain and the Spur go on throughout the winter; hopefully, we will all be getting to together at a gathering in the spring.
The 2017 Goodwood Revival roared into full swing on Friday 8 September - with scudding clouds bringing a showery morning and not a little mud in the car parks.
Well after a lot of sleepless nights and worries the SADCASE vehicle show was on Sunday 30th July and what a fantastic success it was.
An excellent day out on Sunday 16th July at the Bognor Regis Drive Through Time.
On Sunday 11th June the sun shone and a full complement of 60 cars met at the Southdowns Gliding Club, Parham.
A beautiful morning and some stunning card for our 6th bi-annual meeting at Pagham Beach Cafe today.
Fantastic day at Piazza Italia, fabulous cars and an amazing turnout. Very big thanks to all those involved in making this such a lovely day, and that includes the beautiful weather!
The 75th Goodwood Members' Meeting is over for another year, having brought delight to a few thousand people on a blustery racing circuit in West Sussex over the weekend of the 17th-19th March
Wow! What a fantastic morning at Tesla's Crawley dealership! All SADCASE members were made to feel very welcome and given an in-depth descriptions of all the models on offer.
This must have been the busiest Revival yet with record crowds and another year of fabulous racing, it was great to see so many SADCASE members there.