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  1. For the first time this year we were actually able to attend this show. It's only 8 miles from home but in previous years we'd always managed to avoid finding out about it until a few days afterwards A free event in the Market Square and High Street, there were probably about 150 cars there including a lot I hadn't seen before, so here's some highlights. You know it's going to be a good show when you park next to a beige Wartburg H633 LJO - 1990 Wartburg 1.3 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr This Hunter is lovely CUJ 339L - 1972 Hillman Hunter 1500 DL estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Not sure if this shonky ZX was supposed to be part of the show or just left here L704 NFC - 1994 Citroen ZX 1.8i Aura by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Genuine patina here, makes a change from fake rat look B143 NLT - 1985 Volkswagen Passat 1.8 CL estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr SVM people carrier G441 RGA - 1989 Volvo 740 GLE Nilsson limousine by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Mini on a mission from Brackley's German twin town WW-MC 666 - Austin Mini Mayfair by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Bono's Lotus? OHU 2F - 1968 Lotus Elan +2 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Great colour 1 - I've never seen a turquoise Volvo before but it's original KNF 55F - 1968 Volvo P1800S by Adam Floyd, on Flickr JDMYO! J488 TBW - 1992 Toyota Celica GT Cabriolet by Adam Floyd, on Flickr The least shite version of the R5 B777 YJO - 1984 Renault 5 Turbo 2 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Electric XK. Nicely done but doesn't seem right. 837 YUM - 1953 Jaguar XK120 Lunaz Electric by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Great colour 2 - a Suzuki metallic purple KAV 976G - 1968 Ford Cortina 1600 Super by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Late registration madness. Made in 1996 but not registered until 2001 for some reason. X148 YOO - 1996 MGF 1.8 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Ours wasn't the only Maxi there ULK 789M - 1972 Austin Maxi 1750 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Tennis-themed 205s Anyone for tennis? by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Slightly shonky Capri C291 KHJ - 1986 Ford Capri 2.0 Laser by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Like Dick Strawbridge but boxier A1 LTB - 1989 Asquith box van by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Clubvan? That never existed from the factory. JGK 328T - 1979 Austin-Morris Mini Clubman van by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Bristols are odd. I don't think any of them look good but they have an endearing strangeness. MPL 18L - 1972 Bristol 411 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr @Six-cylinder lowered the tone with his immaculate* Vanden Plah JRV 328P - 1976 Vanden Plas 1500 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Panda looked like the daily of a young lady L160 AOD - 1994 Fiat Panda Selecta by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Hot Serck action! YFC 145V - 1979 Austin-Morris Mini 1000 van by Adam Floyd, on Flickr More on Flickr
  2. Anyone else going? UKSaabs is having a show there again this year, so do stop by and say hello. One of the advantages of having a stand is you get a code so your club members can get a discount on admission prices on the Saturday and Sunday. Not a huge amount of saving but anything is welcome. They insist that only members can get the discount code, but as you lot are all* members of UKSaabs if you want the code, drop me a PM and it will come back by return.
  3. It didn't happen last year because I wasn't fit enough. This year, and on the wave of having done Inverness for Christmas, I'm feeling up to a south-coast trip again. This of course means there will be the usual Shiters' lunch meet at the burger van on Portsdown Hill, most likely on Wednesday May 13th. I'll be in the wheelchair bus, sorry; MrsR has vetoed taking Hairy Pussy even before I've got it home. We will also be stopping each way at a Travelodge or Premier Inn somewhere in the Midlands, so there might be an opportunity for a Midlands Massiv Meet too. Or even two of them! It worked well enough at Cumbernauld!
  4. As mentioned on the thread for Northern Powerhouse Classic, I can't make it on Tuesdays anymore. I'm sure the now longstanding tradition of eating a slab o'cow at Glossop spoons will continue regardless, but would anyone be up for a more Northerner version? Proposal: 2nd or 3rd Wednesday of the month, so as not to clash with NP Classic. Place: The White House Pub & Restaurant, Littleborough, OL15 0LG: https://thewhitehousepub.co.uk/ https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/The+White+House/@53.6573352,-2.0493041,16z/ Motorway access isn't great but who wants to drive on motorways? Has big car park and beer and food. First meeting on Wednesday 13th Feb? 7ish PM? Any takers?
  5. Hallo peeps. Discussions have been discussed and we have decided there will be a Cannock meet on Saturday 23rd March featuring Scotoshite and The Midlands Massiv. Usual format to ensue. Meet Friday evening for a dinner, stay the night, 0900 at The Trucker's Rest for breakfast then round to the auctions for the auction game. Afternoon activity up for discussion as usual. Interest? EDIT! Normal format to ensue. Date now Sat 7th September 2019 for the main event. Scotland will stay over at Premier Inn Cannock South on Friday 6th. See here -
  6. I have spoken to Lesley Cook who looks after the Hammond Microcar collection in Kent (TN12 postcode - between Headcorn and Staplehurst). The original owners founded the RUMcar register/forum. I have confirmed that up to 20 cars from us (quirkier the better she says!) will turn up on 12th May 1pm for a tour. The 20 car limit is due to only so much hard standing. Apparently there is a pub down the road for drink/food afterwards. This is a private collection, so we can only attend at this time and date unless you make your own separate arrangements. The charge is £3 a head, which I think is very fair. I will happily play banker (yes, banker) on the day. The limit is 20 cars, but up to 30-40 people. So please put your username below (and any other forum members who will be in the car with you). https://www.hammondmicrocars.com/ 1. egg 2. GrumpiusMaximus + better half 3. SierraMikeHotel 4. JoeySpud 5. Parky (maybe) 6. Lightbulbfun (maybe with Parky) 7. Christine 8. Inconsistant 9. Nigel Bickle 10. Bramz7 11. Six-Cylinder + Hairnet 12. Adw1977 13. Skoda_Fan 14. Amishtat + friend 15. RobT 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Let me know if you have any other questions. I will share this thread with the owner to show our genuine intent.
  7. I have mentioned this to a few shiters over the year and there seems to be some interest so I thought I would make it happen. It also gets the date into the AS Calendar before anything else gets organised for the same weekend. The location is half way between Lemans and Tours in Sarthe, Pays de Loire, France, approx 300 miles and 5 hours from Calais, or 120 miles and 2.5 hours from Caen. The date of 3-5 July is the Lemans Classic weekend, where there are great cars on track (where else will you see pre-war Bentleys power sliding and GT40s with glowing brake discs at night) and the car park is probably the biggest and best classic car show in Europe. The AS site is about 25 mins drive from the circuit, with easy access. The format is basically whatever you want it to be. The AS base will be at my place in France that a few shiters have visited. I am afraid the bedrooms are already booked, but there is 6 acres of level camping ground, We will be travelling down from West Sussex via the tunnel and a combination of peage and back roads in a convoy of classics. You are welcome to join the convoy at any point or meet at the venue. We will travel down probably Thursday 2nd and most will return Monday 6th, but some will stay on for a week or two and you are welcome to stay on if you wish. The nearest bar is about 1km away, but 3km away is the famous "Hotel de France" in La Chatre sur le Loir (google it). You do not have to attend the Lemans Classic, if you would rather sit and drink beer (hopefully in the sun) that is fine. It will be up to the individuals to organise ferry/tunnel etc and getting there, I can provide camping ground, bogs, showers and a fridge for the beer. No commitment required especially at this stage, If you fancy a foreign trip with your chod, put your name down on the list. Nearer the time those still interested will get further details and the hidden location by PM. If anyone would prefer a B&B obviously they are in high demand around the classic, but I have a few contacts and could possibly find a room or two, but they would need to be booked fairly soon. No booking for camping is required. To give you an idea, whilst nothing is yet confirmed, the convoy down is likely to include a Gordon Keeble, a Rolls Royce 20/25, a Westfield, a Mk2 Jag and a Fiesta 1100. It will not be a fast convoy...... Oooh La La, I'll help destroy the French wine lake 1. Saabnut 2. Inspector Morose 3. Northern Monkey 4. Monsieur Le Hairnet 5. Bangernomics 6. Chodweaver 7.
  8. As above: days, venues, etc. - all suggestions welcome. Three Spires Retros? (sorry, Trig...)
  9. This years NEC Classic Motor show November 8-10 is almost with us. Who is going? Myself and No1 son are looking at going Saturday 9th, I haven't been for about 9 years.
  10. Last Citroen show of the year a great for all those interested in Citroens.
  11. Its been a while since we last had a meetup of southern shiters, and I wondered if anyone was interested in a late summer gathering? A little while back I was over at Littlehampton, on the way I spotted a potential meetup point: https://www.brewhouseproject.co.uk/ Its a barn on the Worthing side of Arundel which is a coffee roast house and brewery, and do food too. Just off the A27, by that weird junction where it seems like two different sets of civil engineers approached the same spot from opposite directions, with wildly different ideas about what the road layout was going to be like and made a rather hasty compromise? There appears to be a decent sized car park too? Maybe one saturday or sunday in September, but not the 28th and 29th? Any takers?
  12. Any shiters going to the Beaulieu International Autojumble this year? Always an interesting day out even if its mainly overpriced Austin 7 parts. I have generally found that although pickings are slim for 70's/80's/90's shite, that if you do find it it is normally a bargain as it's just shite to the seller and "not for a real classic". The paddock is always a laugh to see how much someone rekkons they can get for a well polished MG Midget made entirely of Bog, and the Bonhams tent is just funny to see how the upper 3% live. What are other peoples experiences? I'll be going on the Sunday from Oxford, would be good to meet up with other shiters at the Ale tent
  13. Just returned from the 2cv, 24hr race. Three classes compete Minis, Euro 2cv, and Dyane Hybrids, and 2cv. There’s also some classic Citroen porn, and a weird Wagon R 5EC7DE60-5665-42F8-956D-1A363D489B32.MOV
  14. Anyone going? https://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/events/the-bmc-and-leyland-show Might go with the FiL and the MGB.
  15. It's been a busy few weekends of shows with the Maxi. Saturday was a small local village fete, beer festival and classic car show with a surprisingly high turnout of probably about 100 cars, many of which I hadn't seen before. This floppytop Metro followed us in P68 URN - 1996 Rover 114 Cabriolet by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Merde F439 EEW - 1989 Toyota MR2 T-Bar by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Same owner from new ARO 7F - 1987 Alfa Romeo 33 1.7 Cloverleaf by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Breadvan KVG 913G - 1969 Lotus Europa S by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Lime wedge B650 TEC - 1984 TVR Tasmin 280i by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Not a Tickford SSF 248Y - 1983 Ford Capri 2.8i by Adam Floyd, on Flickr A six-cylinder car in more ways than one PLA 94L - 1973 Daimler Sovereign 4.2 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Very 80s 'rocco EFC 978A - 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco GTi by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Belgian OLLI made from steel XVV 916 - 1952 Minerva Land Rover 80" by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Pineapple delivery van? ODD 108P - 1976 Volkswagen Transporter Delivery Van by Adam Floyd, on Flickr I never used to like these but this looks great in that colour S833 MOY - 1998 Fiat Coupe Turbo by Adam Floyd, on Flickr P6 in not V8 shocker KCS 773P - 1975 Rover P6 2200 SC by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Indestructible Merc SAW 6X - 1982 Mercedes-Benz 230E by Adam Floyd, on Flickr 4x4 for maximum OSF tax G777 BJM - 1990 Ford Sierra XR4x4i by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Fourth time I've seen this in a month E30 FTL - 1988 Vauxhall Cavalier 2.0i Calibre by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Saffer Capri HGU 845J - 1971 Ford Capri 1600 GT by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Metalflake! The photo doesn't do it justice DKJ 926K - 1972 Volkswagen Beach Buggy by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Anyone else think this looks like an oversized PC Cresta? AHJ 204C - 1965 Ford Fairlane 500 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Ex Stondon Aggro. Wasn't expecting to see it here as the new owner lives in Warwick LVD 620P - 1975 Austin Allegro 1100 Deluxe by Adam Floyd, on Flickr JDMYO! H448 KKX - 1990 Nissan Pulsar GTi-R by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Second green Avenger estate of the month FXC 15L - 1972 Hillman Avenger 1500 estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr And some late registration madness D660 UGT - 1967 Fiat 500 Giardiniera by Adam Floyd, on Flickr
  16. Just a heads up that this show is taking place on Friday 5th July. It starts in the afternoon and ends when it starts to get dark, there is an entry form on the website http://fleurdelyscvs.org/ or just send me a pm and I can e-mail you a pdf copy
  17. It's been a busy weekend for the Maxi with local shows both yesterday and today. Yesterday we decided to take a look at this free event in the village of Yardley Gobion (between Milton Keynes and Northampton) that we'd never been to before. A great turnout of cars to suit every taste but it was bloody hot! Like Mrs6C's tractor of win, but yellow 1958 Massey Ferguson 35 tractor by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Car park chod. Amazing how small it looked next to bloated moderns. 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2.5TD Laredo by Adam Floyd, on Flickr The Cavalier & Chevette Club had a stand. I like Cavalier convertibles as the bursar at my middle school had one. 1987 Vauxhall Cavalier 1.8i Cabriolet by Adam Floyd, on Flickr An Expression of interest 1995 Vauxhall Cavalier 1.8i Expression by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Gorgeous 405 1994 Peugeot 405 Mi16 Le Mans by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Who doesn't love an Alfa? 1987 Alfa Romeo 33 1.5 Ti by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Yes, that's a Focus estate on a show stand! 2000 Ford Focus 1.6 LX estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Straw hat, walking stick, backflash, big bore exhaust and Cossie wheels. Barry Giffer? 1987 Ford Escort 1.6 Ghia by Adam Floyd, on Flickr They're Justified, and they're Ancient, and they drive an ice cream van YOW 275J - Penelope's Vintage Ice Cream by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Wasn't expecting to see any Citroens this weekend 1978 Citroen 2CV6 Special by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Cooper S-engined Moke sounds lethal 1965 Morris Mini Moke by Adam Floyd, on Flickr A Volvo that thinks it's Japanese 1990 Volvo 340 1.4 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Mostin Oxbridge Travelman 1968 Morris Oxford 1600 Traveller by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Van-tastic 1974 Ford Transit 175 Custom by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Maxi gained some BL company when this Quartic Aggro turned up 1973 Austin Allegro 1300 Super Deluxe by Adam Floyd, on Flickr I guess this Shitetrak belongs to one of the marshals 1997 Daihatsu Fourtrak Fieldman 2.8 TDS by Adam Floyd, on Flickr This was a spectacular sight Land Rover road train by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Land Rover road train by Adam Floyd, on Flickr There can only be one star of the show though. Behold the one and only Silver Aero! 1980 Vauxhall Cavalier Silver Aero by Adam Floyd, on Flickr
  18. As per the title really... Who from the beige is off to the Citroen Centenary this weekend? Myself, the good lady and of course Daisy-Vera shall be in attendance Friday/Saturday/Sunday. See you there??? All Citroen owners welcome, club members or not!
  19. So to the second of the weekend's shows. Stony Stratford is only 5 miles from Yardley Gobion so a lot of the same cars turned up but there was still plenty else to see, if not quite as manically busy as the New Year's Day event in the same place. Zel has already covered this event in his thread so I'll try to avoid duplicating his photos. One of the few Citroens that weren't in Coventry 1989 Citroen BX 19DTR by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Big septic blimp 1991 Chevrolet Caprice by Adam Floyd, on Flickr BIGHORN! 1993 Isuzu Bighorn 3.1TD by Adam Floyd, on Flickr A good way to recycle rotten Alfasuds 1979 Minari Roadsport by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Maybe a good thing DW didn't convert the Fox - an electric Reliant has already been done 1976 Reliant Kitten 'Electrikitty' by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Gorgeous Avenger seeking shade 1974 Hillman Avenger 1600 Super estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Hustlers are mad 1971 Hustler 4 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Something to get the Dubbers all excited - an African widebody Type 2 1956 Volkswagen Type 2 extra-wide pickup by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Tidy Tina 1975 Ford Cortina 1600 L by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Not a VX4/90 1973 Vauxhall Victor 1800 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Where did all the Primeras go? 1999 Nissan Primera 2.0i GT by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Fat lip 1974 Triumph Toledo V8 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Not an Orion but an Escort saloon 1996 Ford Escort 1.8i Ghia X by Adam Floyd, on Flickr I'd forgotten the Mk3 stayed in production as the Fiesta Classic after the Mk4 appeared 1996 Ford Fiesta Classic 1.1 Quartz by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Cute little Goggo 1968 Goggomobil T250 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Mmm, Monaco [ url=https://flic.kr/p/2g9gFzf]1989 Renault 5 1.4 Monaco[/url] by Adam Floyd, on Flickr The polar opposite of shite but just so classy 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom II by Adam Floyd, on Flickr The modern equivalent of that Roller 2013 Range Rover Vogue SE landaulet by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Autoshite camping holidays 1969 Bedford HA Roma by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Second Shoveit HS of the weekend 1978 Vauxhall Chevette 2300 HS by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Mildly pineappled Scrote 1990 Ford Escort 1.4 L estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr And of course, the star of the show 1973 AC Model 70 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr
  20. The annual Chumley meet up is but a mere 2 1/2 months away... Last years line up... Chumley always brings highlights like the year we pushed Huggy into the ring! And happy shiters from the many corners of the UK congregating for fun and chod related chatting! Anywho, reminiscing over... The facts are as follows: The festival of 1000 classic cars at Chlomondoley castle in Cheshire Sunday September 1st. The Autoshambles club will once again be represented. Tickets bought as part of the ‘club’ display are £4.50. I am happy to sort out tickets again this year. Linky to the website: http://www.classicshows.org/festival-1000-classic-cars-sun-1-september-2019/ And linky back to last years thread: So... Who’s in? 1. Brownnova
  21. Quick poll to see who is available when. Happy to update the polls with any suggestions!
  22. It's not exactly Autoshite, but an event celebrating cars and popular culture from the 80s and 90s should come close enough! Radwood has been a thing in the states for a year or two now, I've been following it since pretty much the beginning and am quite excited that the first event outside the US is happening here. The premise is pretty simple, bring along your car built from 1980-1999, optionally you can show up in your period correct rad outfit (whatever that might mean to you). Ticket prices are quite affordable, 20 quid if you want to show up in your car (incl. a passenger) or 10 quid without the car. I'm currently trying to find out if anyone would like to join. I have the feeling that space for cars might be quite limited, with the show happening in about 4 weeks I'd rather book the tickets earlier than later. You can find more info in the link below, if you are interest it would be good to see people post here. https://www.radwood.co/ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/radwood-uk-tickets-63797366641 To give you a little idea what previous events looked like:
  23. A pleasant couple of hours at the monthly Thursday evening car meet at Milton Keynes Museum. Pretty good turn out of probably around 100 cars, mostly local stuff I have seen before but a few gems. These are dying out fast. MOT history says this one has had serious sparkly stick action. T732 BVV - 1999 Suzuki Swift 1.3 GLX by Adam Floyd, on Flickr I last saw this Enfield about 6 years ago. Great to see it out and about again. KBL 550P - 1975 Enfield 8000 electric by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Lovely original pineapple-free Golf AJU 399Y - 1983 Volkswagen Golf 1.3 CL by Adam Floyd, on Flickr The other local blue Visa that doesn't belong to Six-cylinder C450 XOW - 1985 Citroen Visa Special by Adam Floyd, on Flickr I like Corsairs, don't really know why TWP 548F - 1968 Ford Corsair V4 Deluxe by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Enormous Septic barge RFG 150G - 1969 Buick Riviera by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Never seen this Granada before G465 FNO - 1990 Ford Granada 2.9i Scorpio by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Fake XR2 F133 ODL - 1988 Ford Fiesta 1.1 Popular Plus by Adam Floyd, on Flickr This reminded me of Xtriple L419 RDN - 1994 Bentley Brooklands by Adam Floyd, on Flickr That gorgeous 10,000-mile Cortina Base. This would be a serious contender for a prize at FOTU but the owner seemed only vaguely aware of it. PME 576X - 1982 Ford Cortina 1.6 Base by Adam Floyd, on Flickr And the surprise of the night - a Lithuanian-registered Volga! BKO 224 - 1962-70 GAZ M21 Volga by Adam Floyd, on Flickr
  24. So for the first time in over 18 months because of reasons I made it to one of the Wednesday evening gatherings at Earls Barton. Lots of cars there but I do think they need to either rename this event and remove 'classic' or be more selective about what they let in as it was only about 50% classics and the rest were moderns. Loads of Binis, modern Beemers and Audis, Japanese performance motors, slammed VWs and the latest supercars, so I walked straight past a lot of dross to find the occasional gem. In front of the Maxi was a brand new 19-reg Mazda 3 - what the heck was that doing at a show? Anyway, pics of some of the good stuff... XLT 667X - 1982 Honda Civic 1.4 Hondamatic by Adam Floyd, on Flickr S373 JTX - 1998 Rover 820 Vitesse Coupe by Adam Floyd, on Flickr VMY 196S - 1978 Morris Marina 1.3 Super Deluxe by Adam Floyd, on Flickr This Astra is running a 2.3 Saab turbo and 4x4 P828 EFC - 1997 Vauxhall Astra GSi 16v by Adam Floyd, on Flickr MNG 309L - 1973 Vauxhall VX4/90 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr ESJ 438 - 1960 Ford Zodiac Farnham estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr OYR 719L - 1972 Vauxhall Viva 1300 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Convertible sadly means no Maxi doors PAN 2 - 1976 Panther DeVille by Adam Floyd, on Flickr This made me think of Ghosty H374 XCW - 1990 Honda Civic 1.6i VTEC by Adam Floyd, on Flickr TLF 801R - 1977 Bristol 603 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr BVM 142K - 1971 Ford Transit 115 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr One of only 4 black HSRs ever made UGJ 813W - 1980 Vauxhall Chevette 2300 HSR by Adam Floyd, on Flickr ODW 740M - 1973 Citroen SM by Adam Floyd, on Flickr D645 TJR - 1986 Toyota Starlet 1.0 GL by Adam Floyd, on Flickr P207 APC - 1996 Toyota Paseo 1.5 ST by Adam Floyd, on Flickr SVM Competition Dept XOO 336X - 1981 Volvo 244 GLT by Adam Floyd, on Flickr XLJ 763Y - 1982 Ford Cortina 1.6 Crusader by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Bongo Friendee with Auto Free Top! R564 ENP - 1997 Mazda Bongo Friendee by Adam Floyd, on Flickr J692 YNO - 1992 Audi 80 2.8 E Quattro by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Never heard of a Toyota Cresta before V393 MAU - 1999 Toyota Cresta by Adam Floyd, on Flickr 337 UYX - 1956 DKW 3=6 Schnellaster by Adam Floyd, on Flickr DDD 369Y - 1983 Renault 5 Gordini Turbo by Adam Floyd, on Flickr F17 HRP - 1989 Maserati 430 Biturbo by Adam Floyd, on Flickr P612 VCD - 1996 Fiat Cinquecento Sporting by Adam Floyd, on Flickr A420 EAJ - 1983 Opel Monza 3.0 EC by Adam Floyd, on Flickr HMC 607N - 1975 Volkswagen Golf 1.1 N by Adam Floyd, on Flickr BGT 680X - 1981 Ford Fiesta 1.1 Popular Plus by Adam Floyd, on Flickr No shortage of Minis in a dedicated area to celebrate their 60th. A pickup on Sercks is best. BFO 245V - 1980 Austin-Morris Mini 95 pickup by Adam Floyd, on Flickr I love Z1s but this one is a weird colour EEL 1Y - 1990 BMW Z1 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr EBY 789B - 1964 Sachsenring Trabant 601 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr B293 GCD - 1984 Audi Coupe GT5S by Adam Floyd, on Flickr And so we come to my top four favourites DWD 107Y - 1983 Datsun Laurel 2.4 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr HBE 55N - 1975 Alfa Romeo Alfasud Ti by Adam Floyd, on Flickr Little white hen is not a Lancia F835 FPW - 1989 Autobianchi Y10 FIRE by Adam Floyd, on Flickr I'll leave you with this magnificent JRG Super Strada E464 HAD - 1988 Fiat Strada Super by Adam Floyd, on Flickr
  25. Are any other shitters going to this? I’ve got a ticket booked and based on the emails I’ve had since it’s still going ahead. I’ve not been to many shows before and haven’t had the best experiences when I have, so it’d be great to see some people and cars from here there.
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