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2014 
1964 Vauxhall Victor
Austin Cambridge
1948 Rover 75 P3

Static Display at Colemans Garden Centre, Templepatrick

13th April 2014

Seems to be a bit of a slow start, as its April and this is the first static of the year.  The event got of to a slow start itself but gradually filled up to and acceptable if a wee bit disappointing show for a club of our size.

A few new classic cars where on display,  Patrick Kelso arrived in his 1964 Vauxhall Victor.  A very clean and well kept motor as well as being very rare.

Not to be out done John Taylor showed off his Austin Cambridge in two tone blue.

The weather turned out to be dry but a bit windy so the tea and coffee (Not to mention the cream scones) supplied by the garden centre where very much appreciated.

With a good mix of cars spanning from the early thirties to the early nineties, there was something for everyone.

Jim Logan arrived later in the afternoon and turned a few heads.  His immaculately turned 1948 Rover 75 P3 is new to the club as Jim was not a member (He has since joined so welcome to the club).  This would be a rare car as it was built in the war years when most factories turned their attention tothe war effort.

You will go far to find a club with such a mix of classic vehicles.

Many thanks to Colemans for having us yet again and I look forward to next year, hopefully with slightly better weather.







Report and Photo's by Andrew Leckey
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