For the last 3 weeks or so John, Graeme and their wives have been over from Australia and travelling around Europe in a Fiat Dino Spider (2 litre) and a Ferrari 308 GTB. The journey for both cars began at TwentyFourHundred in Kent where they are based and looked after by Mark. After travelling through France they made their way across the Alps and into northern Italy to a little town not a million miles from my house. John called and we tried to meet up on the day they went to Lake Como but heavy traffic around the Milan area thwarted our plans. We decided to meet up the following day at the very beautiful town of Vigevano for lunch, myself taking the Coupé down to make a trio of red "Ferrari" engined cars.
Over one of the best pizzas we had eaten in a long time in a little place just next to the main piazza, we got to know each other better and chatted about things Dino and not. Up until that point they had done over 3500km of driving without any major problems so well done for using those old cars!
A big thanks to John, Graeme, Judy and Angela for taking the time and effort to meet up and making a very enjoyable day.