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A zipped-up mini Mini (Tim Morris).


the unusual and exotic as this car demonstrates, but it was not alone. A shortened two-seat Mini with a painted zip sat opposite the WB120 and a 1954 Lotus VI was just two cars down. Club Lotus produced a fine display of all models from the latest Exige through to the popular Elise to older Elans and Sevens. A rare Lotus Essex Esprit Turbo (as used by James Bond) was a delight with the owner’s proud young daughter giving guided tours of the car. Plenty of Ford Capris were in evidence, includ- ing an end of model Brooklands Limited Edition 280 parked in the Motoring Village, as were


Brooklands Edition Ford Capri 280 (Tim Morris).


several prime examples of Americana – hot-rods, saloons and sports cars. To add something extra to the breakfast mix, the Rudge and Scott Motorcycle Club gathered around the Shell Pagoda with its freshly-painted petrol pumps and could be admired from the Napier Room balcony as visitors entered to enjoy their full English breakfast. Test Hill runs for those intrepid enough followed later in the morning at the same time as a group of some 40 Land Rover and other 4x4s arrived, having completed a run from Brighton to Brooklands. Make a note in your diary for the next breakfast meeting on 29th October.


Tim Morris


Service and MOT for Private Cars, Trade Vehicles, Mini Buses, Vintage Buses, Horseboxes and Motorhomes


Henrietta Horsebox


Mr Bug


Miss Minibus


Whitey Van


Mrs Bago


Monday to Friday 07.00 - 18.00hrs Saturday


07.00 - 12.00hrs


Telephone Guildford 01483 213100 Unit A, Burntcommon, London Road, Send, Woking, Surrey GU23 7LN Email: service@bccmot.co.uk www.bccmot.co.uk


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