Reminiscent of my Help for Heroes 1000 Mile Rally experience, as I drove the Mog to Gerrards Cross the ubiquitous White Van Man pulled out in front of me again.
The Rotary Gazebo at the entrance.
This year an additional attraction was a collection of Vintage Bicycles with owners wearing traditional dress.
The Early Hobby Horse.
A Penny Farthing for your thoughts?
On this Interesting Tandem the Lady rides on the Lower Front Seat
An Early Racing Bike.
Daisy, Daisy, Give me your answer, do.
More Interesting Designs
A very odd organisation of Suspension Seat and Drop Handlebars?
A Military Fold Up Model used by Parachutist Soldiers.
A Home Made Replica Wheel Hub Lamp
Following a quick Coffee and Scone from the Refreshment Ladies, I set out to view the Car Display.
The owners of this beautiful DB6 made me envious of their 2012 Journey through South America.
This excellent Cadillac is Right Hand Drive from the days when roads had no 'side'
One of the fantastic MG's on show.
This Lovely Riley Ulster racing model would suit me very well.
The Fairthorpe, of which there were two on show, were built locally in Chalfont St Peter.
A Stunning MG Tourer.
E Type Jags and Astons were in multiples today.
This is my Type of Ferrari.
A couple of Super Austin 7's
More lovely MG's, this one being Supercharged.
The Bond Bug, a rare sight to see one out on the roads these days.
One of the largest MG's I have seen.
A Lotus Special of some history?
Another Superb Riley Tourer
The US Army Willy's Jeep with a strong odour of Army Canvas.
a beautiful Invicta called 'Felicity'
More lovely MG's
Two more Morgans of the 1960's
Another Trike of a different Marque.
A Pair of quite different Morgan Three wheelers.
A Rare Marcos is a beauty.
Picnic with no People.
Oh I do love these Rileys.
A TVR Tuscan and S Type Jaguar.
The New Morgan Three Wheeler of Chris Nicklas with a superb plate Y engine 2 cylinders and 3 wheels. Not sure what the 1 represents?
The Biggest of the Original Mini range - The Austin 2.2 and another Yellow Austin 7
A stunning Mark 2 Jaguar of the 'Inspector Morse' type.
Out Green Goddess Mog is next to this beautiful Moggie GPO Van
Now for some Big Boys starting with this lovely Jaguar.
A Interesting Door Opening on this Rolls Royce.
A More Sedate Roller.
Then it is Bentley, Bentley and Bentley
Excellent Two Tone Jaguar
Men Under the Bonnet is good for a debate.
The Lady Owner of this Austin used to be a BOAC Flight Attendant.
Super Duper Rileys - I love em to bits.
Another interesting Lotus with its Bonnet Off.
Another fabulous MG Octagonals Dashboard.
And then it was time to begin their journey home.
I had the opportunity while at the show to meet with this lovely local lady who was selling her books about the history of her family's Coachbuilding Business. I just had to buy a copy which I now look forward to reading. With our interest in our Hand Coach Built Morgan Cars it was a 'must' for me to have a copy.
Mrs. J. Hutchinson (née Windover)http://www.windovers.co.uk/veterans.htm