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Southern Soarer Meet, 5 April 2014

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Thanks to Steve2006 for this inter-club meet notice

For owners of Toyota Soarer, Lexus SC300/400 & SC430

Blow away the winter cobwebs at this 5 April meet in a north Hants country pub.

Owners of Soarers, SCs and LSs from the LOC are welcome at this event

The Star Inn is mid-way between the M4 and M3, and just off the A34, midway between Newbury and Basingstoke. It's on the A339 Basingstoke-Newbury Road, near Kingsclere, Berks, RG20 4SY.

This venue is popular with Lexus/Toyota enthusiasts in Bucks, Berks, Hants and Wilts. Sometimes even a Londoner ventures out here too !

It's not a 'polishing & posing' meet - just a chance for newbies and experienced owners to swap technical tips and driving tales.

More info here - and you can flag up your interest if you fancy coming:

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