Richard and I visited on Sunday and had a great day. A perfect excuse to visit a nearby Chinese buffet restaurant I knew from my days in Brum also
Some photos from the day - as ever a good mix of all sorts on display. Saw your E-type Chris - it looked lovely.
I love the two-tone cars, something I wish was done more often nowadays (or at least reasonably tastefully!) The Healeys in particular always look fabulous, although the Herald looked so nicely done as well - we used to have a later Vitesse-style Herald convertible, so I will always have a soft spot for them.
Don't forget the scooters as well!
One owner had a diorama of his car in his garage, and the photos he had on display matched perfectly to scenes from the restoration - something I should aim for, but the other way round?
Richard talking to the owner of this lovely little Austin - a young lad who uses it as his daily driver after a few sensible modifications. The owner is part of the Cosehill Auto Breakfast Club, which Richard occasionally takes the FHC along to.
This MGB belonged to another member, Kieran, who is also a part of a young MG car club. Great to see fellow "youngsters" involved!
A few photos of some of the lovely Jaguars, including an unrestored 1970 S2 OTS (original paint and everything and although the interior had been messed with slightly, it could be a candidate for a "preservation" type restoration).
And then a few more of me wandering and messing around
Saw the reborn Alpine at the Geneva Motor Show two years ago and saw one on the road in Bristol the other day - still pretty rare things.
The chemist in me really wanted that sign
Gulf Oil Porsche mug found its way home with me