Entry Number 1
1953 Morris Minor Series 2
Entry Number 2
1937 Hillman Minx Magnificent. EYM947. This vehicle belongs to Andrew Milne-Skinner. As he lives in Austria I have the pleasure of maintaining the car and driving it, which I do on a regular basis. Not fast, not immaculate but a lovely car for all that.
Entry Number 3
The attached pictures are of my 1933 Austin 7 RP box saloon. Since 2017 I have driven around 1000 miles in her. As a member of the Scottish Austin 7 club we have attended various events including Loch Lomond, Hadrian’s Wall, Strathkinness. Also at static shows, such as Glamis, Errol, Ladybank.
Entry Number 4
1959 Morris Minor. I have owned reliable Morag, JTS754, since 1985, during which time she has had 3 refurbishments and covered around 80000 miles. The 1097cc engine which was rebuilt in 1999 is from my first car, a 1967 traveller, which had covered well over 100K before the rebuild.
Entry Number 5
Morris Oxford Series V De Luxe. Reg 551 VMM. 1489cc. Registered new July 1959. Only 79,205 series V saloons were made between March 1959 and October 1961, designed by Pininfarina using straight lines and finned rear wings. This is number 7954. Current mileage circa 40,200. Cost new £886. 02/- and 3d. 0 – 60mph in 25.5 seconds. The series V was replaced by the series VI in Oct 61 which redesigned the front and tail.
Entry Number 6
XS1735 1926 Darracq TL20/98. Owned 1933 – 51 by Andy Pattison, Inverkeithing garage owner, who used her to deliver Sunday papers to east coast – Aberdeen and back in 6 hours. Bought 1966 as “barn find” with rotten Weymann fabric saloon body. Restoration and new body built 1998 – 2000. 6 Continental rallies since.
Entry Number 7
|1959 Series II Land Rover 109 Station Wagon. Hoppy shipped from Solihull, England in 1959 to a Hawaii pineapple plantation CKD. Assembled there, he later made his way to the U.S. mainland. He is in good condition, is named for my father, and goes for weekly drives bringing smiles to everyone who sees him.|
Entry Number 8
1932 austin seven rm short wheel base.
Entry Number 9
1953 Austin Healey 100. I purchased this car in 1969 as a project and disassembled it in August 1970. I took exactly 45 years to complete this restoration. Most of the time the car sat on dollies and got shoved around the garages. Finally in retirement in 2010, I started to reassemble the car and it was completed in August 2015 and entered into the All British Field Meet, in Portland Or. as an example of one of the earliest Austin-Healey 100 produced. I did all the restoration work from the frame up, exclusive of the painting.
Entry Number 10
1951 MG TD. MGTD # 6961 was shipped to the California USA market in black paint and red interior. Purchased in 2000, it has received new paint, interior, suspension, completely rebuilt engine with Eaton supercharger, Ford 5-speed overdrive transmission, and MGA rear axle gearing. I’ve done all the mechanical and interior restoration work.
Entry Numer 11
1952 Austin A40 Somerset.
Completely restored chassis up in Oregon by Geoff & Simon Levear. restoration was completed 60 years to the day after it came out of Longbridge. Fitted with a new wooden steering wheel engraved ‘End of Oregon Trail’ and shown at Mt Hood the highest point in Oregon at 11,000ft.
Entry Number 12
1936 Riley 12/4 Lynx. “Angie” was found at Hershey Swap Meet in 1996 and restored in our driveway over the next 10 years. She had been partially dismantled by the previous owner. She has been shown at Lime Rock and in San Diego and is an integral part of the family.
Entry Number 13
1950 MG TD, TD 1525. In appearance it looks like many other MG TD’s, but what makes this car unique is where it has been and the documentation that has been passed on to each owner. Through France to Italy to many places in the US. A much loved car.
Entry Number 14
This is my 1957 Wolseley 1500Mk.1, registered in July of that year. It was sold by Eustace Watkins and Company in London and has done 46k. miles from new. It is finished in Maroon/Champaigne Beige, and prior to my acquiring the car, it had never been north of the Watford Gap!
Entry Number 15
This is my 1958 Austin Nash Metroplitan. It was built at Longbridge in September 1957 and was exported to Johannesburg, south Africa, where it resided until 2014. The climate and salt free roads in the RSA account for its rust free condition. It is finished in red/white and has done 68k. miles from new.