Christian Peck from the Wolfsberg Weed Huggers VW club posted a message on Facebook about this show and asked if we wanted to join him. So I met Sean and Lisa and we set off to find out what this show was all about, and man am I glad I did. A cracking little show that will definitely be in the diary for next year.
|Sean, Lisa and I were the first to arrive |
at the agreed rendezvous point en-route to the
show to meet Christian and the others. Joe in his
blue bay was next to arrive, then the
guy who owned the Karmann Ghia.
|This was the convoy we had from the |
meeting point to the show.
|Nice line up, with a good variety.|
|Blue flamed Anglia was looking good.|
|How many MK1 Mexico's do you see that |
are this clean...
|Interior was race orientated.|
|Vauxhall Victor as it left the factory in it's |
|This early Chevy truck was so sweet|
|Yep, works for me.|
|1950's Chevy stepside pick up truck in matt |
black 'n red.
|Dodge Charger looked and sounded tough.|
|No mistaking the front of this classic.|
|Nice looking crew cab.|
|VW's keep arriving all day.|
|Ford Popular with a chevy motor, and a roof |
|Brings back fond memories...|
|Mid 50's Ford pick up truck.|
|Not sure it's the original colour, but it still |
|RS Mexico, very sought after now.|
|How shiny is this Prefect van..??|
|Big block chevy motor, narrowed rear, |
and very bright paint.
|This guy means business.|
|Interior was super cool.|
|OK it's a Trabant...|
|with a blown motor... !!!!!|
|So when was the last time you saw a Prefect |
estate... Can't remember? No nor can I.
|I think this was a Trident or something...|
|Air filter was as big as one of my bus wheels..!|
|Classic Capri, a blast from the past.|
|This chevy was so big, I think it had it's |
|Driving this on British roads must be a blast!|
|Another chevy that's as big as a house.|
|Nothing quite beats a bitchin '57 chevy.|
|Well, unless you've got a bitchin '55 chevy!|
|Mustang looked nice and original.|
|This bug belongs to Amanda Carter from the |
Wolfsburg Weed Huggers crew who joined
us later in the day.
|Had a lovely chat to Amanda who owned |
it and her friend. It was very clean indeed.
|The whole show on a football pitch, but it |
|This 3 piece band were playing rockabilly |
type music through out the day, they
|'Pass the vomit bag, Parker', 'Yes m'lady'|
|Matt black Ford F100 pick up... Mmmm.|
|When my 5 numbers come up on the lottery, |
this'll be what I'll be driving about in.
|Steel bodied, 1932 Ford model 'B' Hi-boy with |
an original 32 stud flat head V8, with a rare
Duvall windscreen, running on radial tyres
and drum brakes...
|Perfection can be so simple.|
|Early Karmann was so clean and straight.|
|This belonged to Peter Reilly of the Wolfsberg |
Weed Huggers, very nice.
|Joe's bargain of the day.. a playboy badge. I'm not |
saying nothing Joe!! (lol)
|This lovely looking beetle belonged to someone |
from the 'Lo'E'Nuf' vw crew.
|I loved the old skool pin striping|
|Unusual headlights for a bug.. but I did |
|This 1928 /29 Model 'A' was pure hot rod.|
|Chevy motor with triple stromberg carbs, |
whitewall tyres and jet black paint.
|Just how a Model 'A' should be.|
|Bright yellow Ford Pop with a blown motor|
|I know first hand how much fum these |
|I think this guy really likes his Ford Pop |
|But I think he really wanted a '34 Ford judging |
by that rear bodywork shape.
|Claude and Jean popped in to join us en-route |
back from Vikki Farm, I think they really
enjoyed the show. Thanks for popping
in guy's, really good to see you both.
|Claude's bus still looking good. Andy |
also turned up to have a look at the show and
he also loved it.