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Dodge Custom Royal Lancer (Tim Morris).


fins were all par for the course and of course they all needed parts – which is where the Chrysler motor parts service came in or MOPAR for short. Step into Brooklands on a weekend in May and


Desoto – the more chrome the better (Tim Morris). ALAN POET 1950-2017


lan Poet was born in Kingston-upon- Thames in 1950 and grew up in New Malden. Having previously worked at Sunbury Salvage, he first joined Andy and Geoff Lambert’s Brooklands-based National Rescue company in 1975 and worked on and off there (as is the way in the world of vehicle recovery operators) until he died on 23rd March 2017. Andy Lambert recalls that Alan was not only a brilliant mechanic who could make just about any component that you could no longer buy, but also one of the smartest recovery operators he has ever known. Alan was always there for the difficult jobs such as lorries and buses accidentally jammed under low bridges or fuel tankers and other HGVs which had ended up in ditches or at the bottom of roadside embankments.


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there they all were – rows of Plymouths, Chryslers and Dodges, including some of those famous names – the Roadrunner, Superbird, Charger and Challenger evoking a lost era of dusty highways and endless horizons. Modern equivalents nestled amongst them, a Dodge Viper and, slightly off theme, modern Ford Mustangs next to their 1960s ancestors. Cadillacs and Fords added additional texture to the gathering but it was the MOPAR cars that took centre stage and, of course, everyone was waiting for the time when those mighty ‘Hemis’ fired up and rumbled along the Campbell Circuit in search of tumbleweed blow- ing across those wide open roads – but no doubt having to settle for the slightly less romantic M25! Tim Morris


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