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Tingewick Fete, 22 June 2019

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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

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P68 URN - 1996 Rover 114 Cabriolet by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Merde

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F439 EEW - 1989 Toyota MR2 T-Bar by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Same owner from new

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ARO 7F - 1987 Alfa Romeo 33 1.7 Cloverleaf by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Breadvan

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KVG 913G - 1969 Lotus Europa S by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Lime wedge

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B650 TEC - 1984 TVR Tasmin 280i by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Not a Tickford

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SSF 248Y - 1983 Ford Capri 2.8i by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

A six-cylinder car in more ways than one

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PLA 94L - 1973 Daimler Sovereign 4.2 by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Very 80s 'rocco

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EFC 978A - 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco GTi by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Belgian OLLI made from steel

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XVV 916 - 1952 Minerva Land Rover 80" by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Pineapple delivery van?

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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

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S833 MOY - 1998 Fiat Coupe Turbo by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

P6 in not V8 shocker

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KCS 773P - 1975 Rover P6 2200 SC by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Indestructible Merc

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SAW 6X - 1982 Mercedes-Benz 230E by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

4x4 for maximum OSF tax

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G777 BJM - 1990 Ford Sierra XR4x4i by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Fourth time I've seen this in a month

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E30 FTL - 1988 Vauxhall Cavalier 2.0i Calibre by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Saffer Capri

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HGU 845J - 1971 Ford Capri 1600 GT by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Metalflake! The photo doesn't do it justice

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DKJ 926K - 1972 Volkswagen Beach Buggy by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Anyone else think this looks like an oversized PC Cresta?

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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

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LVD 620P - 1975 Austin Allegro 1100 Deluxe by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

JDMYO!

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H448 KKX - 1990 Nissan Pulsar GTi-R by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

Second green Avenger estate of the month

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FXC 15L - 1972 Hillman Avenger 1500 estate by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

 

And some late registration madness

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D660 UGT - 1967 Fiat 500 Giardiniera by Adam Floyd, on Flickr

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