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Jonathan Brooks : "Honey is a 1966 Spilt screen, Samba deluxe microbus and Martina is a 1968 Bay window deluxe microbus."

Les and Jean Ryder : "SAAB 96 V4, 1976, Ford Germany 1498 V4 engine, Weber carb fitted, split braking system with servo, independent suspension all round, free wheeling clutch, purchased by us 4 years ago."

Dave Price : "1968 Jaguar E-Type, Series 2+2. I've rebuilt the engine and fitted Triple SU carbs and changed the auto to a 5 speed manual gearbox. The car is painted in the original colour and I've owned her since 2000."




Frank Latham : "My car is a replica of an Austin Healey frogeye sprite based in a mini clubman 1981."

Gary Preston : "Blue Pearl - 1968 mk1 ford escort, 2 door, all steel body work, atlas rear axle 3.9 diff, fully adjustable front suspention, disc brakes all round, engine is a SD1 Rover V8, overbored to 3.958cc  lightened and balanced, holly carb"

Ken Meddings : "Sunbeam Talbot 90 mark 11a registered 17/6/1954 2267cc 4 speed column change"




Ben Drake : "1968 mk 2 Cortina originally a 1300 auto but now fitted with 2.0 over head cam engine from a Capri with a sierra gearbox and a brake upgrade along with some other minor modifications."

Ray Hobby : "Royale Sabre Kit Car built using Ford Sierra Power unit and running gear. Completed in December 2005."

Tony Jackson : "Wolseley 18/85 Mk1 1968. I am the second owner. It has an unusual feature in that the interior is Mk1 and the body Mk2, referred to as 'one and a half', apparently due to facelift of model and using up the original cabin."




Gary Dickenson : "Ford Escort Mk2 RS2000 custom 1979 in venetian red and black fishnet interior."

Keith Harding : "MG B Roadster 1981 1798cc twin carbs petrol engine"

Bob Mackrill : "1963 Series 2 SWB Land Rover hard top diesel."




Brian Swann : "Created in the early 1970's  for a Bugatti club member using genuine 1928 Bugatti  type 35A parts and originally fitted with 1963 Triumph mechanical parts"

Rik Binnersley : "My red Mk2 Escort RS2000 parked next to my wife Debbie’s blue 4 door Mk2 Escort GL"

John Daniel : "Triumph Stag, Mark 2, first registered August 1976, Java Green with beige trim, v8 engine, original spec.  The perfect wedding car - suitably decorated -  just waiting for the bride and groom."




Ken Meddings : "Wolseley four fifty first registered 9/3/1951 1476cc 4 speed column change"

Terry Green : "1979 Lincoln Continental mark 5 which I have recently imported from Pennysilvania, USA."

Graham Carr : "1958 Thames 300e 7cwt van. I have been the restorer and owner of it for the last 7 years and she is now used to carry our club stand items to shows."




Robert Saunders : "1971 MGB GT in harvest gold. I have owned the car for thirteen years and have carried out all the work myself. Amongst the many improvments I have made are overdrive, wire wheels, sunroof and new interior."

Joe Horner : "1969 Triumph 1300 front-wheel drive saloon, 1296cc water-cooled 4 cyl.  and used as a daily driver (around 9k miles pa) with no aspirations to ever be too shiny again!"

Trevor Fawcett : "1928 Austin Chummy which I bought this year and is in original condition."




Elvis Payne : "Lucie is a 1961 Reliant Regal Mk VI 5cwt van and possibly the last of her type on the road. She has a 747cc side-valve engine and is to star in the current series of The Royal (episode 87 when it is shown) hence her current colour which is TV makeup."

Carl James : "Yellow 1979 ford escort mk2, 1600 sport, 1600 x/flow running electronic igniction and weber twin 40's carbs/electronic fuel pump sierra type 9, 5 speed gear box"

Andy Bosworth : "1960 Ford Thames 400e. Completly restored after being in a barn for 35 years. 52,000 on clock and I am the second owner. 1700 Consul petrol engine, and 3 speed column change."




Dave Dudley-Toole : "1948 Rover P3-75 Graber Convertible. It's a unique car, built by Hermannn Graber of Switzerland and it was exhibited at the 1949 Geneva Motor Show"

Dave Dudley-Toole : "1964 Rover P4-110, she is very original with only 30,000 miles from new"

Maurice & Paul Wilkes : "1952 Commer ice cream delivery van that was used for daily distribution from factory to shops. To maintain a low temperature the rear compartment is fitted with eutectic plates. Overnight brine was pumped though these to reduce the temperature ready for the day's deliveries."

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