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BRITISH MARQUES DAY


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Invicta S1 – a rare visitor (Tim Morris)


takes into consideration all British marques, including vintage, post-war and modern classics, motorcycles and commercials. The week leading up to the event saw some snow on site and very cold temperatures, but once the day came the snow had cleared and it remained mainly dry. The gates opened at 9.00am and a steady


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stream of keen classic owners poured onto the site. The Paddock filled up with early and rare examples, including a midnight blue Lea Francis, Katie Forrest’s 1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost and a Bristol 504. Bentleys were out in force courtesy of Allan Winn and Julian Grimwade with their 1920s vehicles along with a later Continental S3. Filling the apron in front of the Aircraft Factory was a cocktail of gems, including a teal 1970


s a way of broadening the appeal of the Austin Morris Day, this annual event now


Hillman Imp Super with just 33,000 miles on the clock, various Morris Minors, Travellers and tourers and a Jaguar XJS. On the Finishing Straight there were Triumphs, Rovers and Jaguars and a very rare black Riley Kestrel at the lower end by the Air Raid Shelters. The Mondeo ST, TVR Club and MGF Register were just a few of the clubs who had booked their own dedicated space on site. In the Campbell parking zone, Chris Blakey


displayed his Austin 7 Special which has been to Lichtenstein, across the Alps, Paris and in a John O’Groats to Land’s End run. Next to him was a beautifully restored 1959 Standard Atlas pick-up in a period grey and red Shell Motor Oil livery. Opposite, along the fence, were the Land Rover G4 Challenge with 10 vehicles in the distinctive bright orange that had all taken part in the chal-


David Koskela’s MGTF LE500 brought some sunshine colour to the day (Tim Morris).


This Tuscan was just one of many TVRs at the show (Tim Morris)


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