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Cam-Tech-Craig



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Thanks Stan... Thumbs Up

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Not seeing the pics. ??

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johnboyairey



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hi all been away from this forum for a while, as my car doesn't seem to go wrong these days. which I don't mind at all!
hoping to bump this thread up, as thinking of going this year to the Classic. haven't been before.
i'm travelling alone, through Calias, and drive down on the Thursday. what I hope to do is typically sleep in my Rangie. I do have a small tent, but wonder if, its allowed to just crash out in my car, in a car park. do people typically park in car parks, or is it extra to go to (with my own tent) camp sites? from what I can see on sites, its a hell of a lot extra to camp. Has anyone done the camping (own tent ) method, as ive seen supplied pitched tents, at quite high prices, and don't want that. I know it could be very hot, and I can get on with that. ive done worse things in past years. so, what would you suggest fellow Classic 'veterans' and what area would be best to park. i'm a keen amateur track sport photographer, with decent equipment. so its a busmans holiday.
shame I cant see Craigs pictures in the preceeding pages.

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