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Citroen DS in the Paddock (Tim Morris).


Ford Falcon GT351 (Tim Morris).


during the early morning. Breakfast is always popular with members and over 650 attended, with many bringing classic vehicles. General classic meetings are always good fun


at Brooklands as you never quite know what is going to turn up. One later arrival that attracted a lot of interest was a 1959 Porsche 356A in a light shade of grey. Parked by the Clubhouse was a maroon Citroen DS resting on its haunches. At the end of the row was an Australian Ford Falcon


1951 Dellow advertising the Shere Hill Climb (Tim Morris).


GT351 and just outside the Paddock a rare 1951 Dellow was advertising the 2018 Shere Hill Climb. One of the oldest cars was a Trojan with solid wheels, parked in the Motoring Village and, of course, there were plenty of MGBs around the site. The Brooklands Trust Members’ ‘pop-up’ stand


featured the last appearance of David Brockington- Hill’s ‘Flag-Jag’, a crowd-stopping Union Flag- draped Jaguar that never failed to attract


appearance of the ‘Flag-Jag’ (Tim Morris).


BTM ‘pop-up’ stand with the last


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