Eight cars met up in B&Q car park for the run over to Lytham Hall. Whilst waiting for everyone to arrive Mick Mc Donnel demonstrated the new Silencers (I think not) on his Sagaris. I actually think he stole some bass organ pipes from the local church and had them chromed! They still need a bit of adjustment as the exhaust gasses impinge on the undertray an make the whole car shake and vibrate.
On arrival at the hall I explained to the stewards that we had not pre booked as the booking forms state you can’t pre book any post 1998 cars. A quick chat with Mark Woodward the organiser and we were given a prime spot. Mark explained that was on the form to stop people bringing shiny new Ford Mondeo’s and the like. Our line up was increased by the arrival of a nice Tasmin Coupe and a 420 SEAC, owned by Trevor who had driven over from Knutsford. I think we had the most single make cars on display by a club at the whole show.
There were the usual trade displays and this year a lot more classic motor bikes than usual. As a picture is worth a thousand words I will just post some photographs I took.
Some of the line up
From the left are;- Dave Hothersall, Mick Mc Donnell, Heath Briggs, Dave Courtney, Angela Courtney.
The other end of the line up including the best car in Show (well I thought so)
Dave in his “Alien” sunglasses