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A Moles Mini Club Scamp with a large family of cuddly toys on board (Jason Dodd).


Wolseley Hornet in the Paddock (Jason Dodd).


session. At 2.00pm a crowd had gathered under- neath the balcony steps to the Napier Room as the winners for the competitions were announced. Best Classic Mini went to Barry Wright who’d brought along his very rare Mini ‘30’ anniversary special in maroon; not many of these


survive and it was in substantially original condition. Best Modified Mini was awarded to Keith Brownsell for his incredible work restoring his bright blue Mini, whose gleaming engine looked brand new. The exact detail and level of finish on his car attracted many admirers and photographers. Lastly, winning Best Modern Mini was Jack Parker with his yellow BMW Mini with some very high-tech additions including strobe lights behind the grille and an illuminated inter- nal boot area. This year there were some very noteworthy classics, including a prototype Moke from 1959 and a very original looking Hornet with what undoubtedly was a completely un- touched interior. The afternoon Test Hill sessions included all manner of moderns, pick-ups and classics reaching the summit. In all, over 1,100 vehicles made it to the event with just over 3,900 visitors attending.


Paul Stewart


A ‘modern’ tackling the Test Hill (Jason Dodd).


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