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Post  cejsmith on 17/11/2012, 5:03 am

I was just wondering if anybody was going to the classic car show??

I'm going on sunday so if you are I may see you up there,


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Post  Matt Parker on 17/11/2012, 5:36 am

I'll be there all weekend, most likely sat down on MGOC stand unless I gather enough energy to walk about.


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Post  Captain Slow on 17/11/2012, 10:36 pm

I should be going up on the Sunday all being well.



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Post  uk kiwis on 19/11/2012, 9:09 am

A few photos from the show HERE!

First time for photos not sure it will work!

So, we went to the show on Saturday and spoke to you Matt as you know. Quite the best and biggest show we have ever been to. Only one complaint and that was the fact that we were all directed into hall 20 and what a crush but then one had to find the other ten yes ten halls by walking through the Classic bike show not all that clear at the time. There the crowds were light and in the hidden corners with Morris Commercials,Commer campers (we had one once so had a great talk to folk) also ancient taxis, American Mustle cars Vauxhalls and so on practically no one around. Very few people made it to these sections it seems. Barry Walkers vintage MG stand was a must for me where he had half a dozen mostly 1934/35 T types for sale from £50,000 upwards and a 1935 K3 replica for £125,000. A lambo aventador on another stand was for sale at £325,000 the plugs are around £125.00 each might be able to afford a couple of those though!

The Austin Healey 100 that had lain in a barn since 1967 was interesting, what was that story then? Drooled over the Marcos LM600 fat and mean. The Volvo engined Marcos was the same model as we owned years ago. Jem Marsh only made 72 of these.
We walked around for eight hours, expensive food though as you would expect. Lovely cold beer and not expensive, answer is drink beer not coffee.

Great day out and well worth the money.


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Post  StevePem on 21/11/2012, 4:08 am

I went up on Sunday

Did not see you on the stand Matt, must have been on your tea break Smile


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