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Sunday, 19 August 2012


After spending time in Gills Astra Cabriolet Saturday morning and my TR7 Saturday afternoon I think I had a touch of sunstroke on Saturday night, it was up to 32 in our area. Was hoping it would be a bit cooler on Sunday for Stonham Barns classic car show, but no, scorchio again. Not a long run, however we had used all our liquid by the time we got there at 10am. This show seems to be gaining in popularity, a lot of cars there this year. After the usual bacon butties we had a look around the cars before seeking the shade in the Stonham Barns retail outlets, places I would normally avoid but anything to get out of the sun today, especially liked the furniture store with its sofas and cooling electric fans. Mid afternoon we had a threatening sky, but it only rained for a few minutes, but heavy enough to make the hoods go up for a while, really humid after that.
A few photos of some cars that took my eye.
1938 Talbot in un-restored condition.

Mercedes 190 SL

From the left MGB Roadster, Lotus Elan S2, Maserati Bi Turbo,
Triumph Acclaim.

Nice Solihull built TR7, later than mine.

Talbot Sunbeam Lotus.

Another Solihull TR7, there where 4 in total including mine, the most
I have seen at any Norfolk/Suffolk shows in the last couple of years.

A few spaces appearing at the end of the day.

Alan's Stag in the show ring.

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