Sunday was the day of the car show, lots of autojumble. I picked up a few bits and bobs, 4 cans of Poo brown spray paint for the Flying Log for a mere £1.50, a new number plate lamp unit for a fiver and a job lot of several Rotoflex inner and outer halfshafts for a tenner as Martin was having aclear out before moving house.
|Shawn's Daimler, unrestored honest Classic, well as honest as a "Blaggers" car can be, all that was missing was a couple of sawn off Purdey's on the back seat for that period look!|
|Vitesse Line up|
|James' Track Day Spitfire|
|Some of the Trophy Winners|
The weather was a bit hit and miss in the morning with the odd shower, freezing cold and very window. However later in the afternoon it brightened up somewhat. As usual though SEM was a good chance to catchg up with old friends. My sister Lizzy popped along as did Colin in his Cossie Turbo GT6. I'll be doing an article on Colin's car in my TSSC club magazine column soon so it was a good chance to get some photos of the latest incarnation of his car. I also got some pictures of other GT6s to feature in my column soon.
|Colin's Cossie Turbo GT6|
|Under the bonnet of Colin's Cossie GT6|
A selection of GT6s
Then there was a bit of a surprise, my car has been selected for a proze by the judges. To be honest there were some nice GT6s there that arrived after the judging had finished but I'm not going to complain and I got the runners up trophy for best GT6.
|Me and my Trophy with the GT6 in the background|
|The white MK1 won best GT6|
|Getting presented with my trophy by Jane.|
|Separate later type number plate lamps as fitted, note the screws to blank off the additional holes.|
|Older type number plate lamp fitted. A real bargain for a fiver and looks much classier as well as using and covering the holes in the bumper.|