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So, time for the NEC classic motor show yet again. Here for all three days - I personally love the event, but if I didn't get in for free due to helping out on one of the stands, I dare say I'd love it a lot less. Prices are... spicy to say the least. Anywho, all that aside, I've tried to take some photos with a more AS twist, forgoing the big ticket stuff and the historics. To begin...
Just spent the last 3 days at the NEC Classic car show, helping run one of the stands. Had an opportunity to have a good nose about, loads to see and a great variety as usual. Entry and parking prices were... let's be diplomatic and say 'a bit spicy'. Fortunately I had exhibitor passes! Visitor numbers seemed down compared to usual, presumably due to continuing anxiety over that there virus, which is fair enough. So, for the benefit of anyone who didn't want to go or couldn't be there for whatever reason, here's some pics. I've largely ignored the big-ticket stuff and tried to photograph things more suited to this parish. That's not to say all these cars are shite of course! Anyway, enough preamble - pictures ahoy! I had a raincoat with one of these on. It was a Fleetwood Mac... C H E E S E W E D G E Pre production Rangie:
So the last two weekends there's been a couple of good car shows near where I am. Last weekend was the Atherstone motor show, followed by the Hinckley motor show yesterday. Always a good turnout, there was all the usual show fare - supercars, popular classics, kit cars, scooters, giffers talking bollocks, screaming children etc. Everything we love about a local British car show. Everyone was photographing the flashy stuff, so I decided just to focus on the shite - of which, I'm pleased to say, seems to be establishing a real presence at shows. Let's kick off with Atherstone: Stimson Scorcher. Because why wouldn't you want to ride a Mini like a motorbike? Bit of late registration madness on this Panda: