Part 2 of the Breeze write up starts with more
of the vehicles in the show and shine line up.
|This early split screen looked great, the body|
had been rubbed down, left to oxidise a little
|I think when the paint on my bay gets too bad,|
I may do the same... I just love the look.
|Lowered splitty, with narrowed beam...|
just needs a safari screen!
|Those of you that know me, know I'm partial|
to a panel van and this early bay panel was
|Nice colour combo on the early split.|
|As the sign says.. 'old school' A ratty split|
just looks so good.
|I like straight and shiny, but I love rough and|
|Nice two tone blue split screen.|
|Looks like German Fire Truck livery on this|
stock height split screen. Love the single yellow
|Early bay line up... well some of them.|
|How cool is this? High top splitty, stock height,|
white painted wheels.. doesn't get much better
|The 'Cool Flo' guys had this up for sale...|
restoration project anyone..!!
|Your going to need a few new panels...|
|Oh and a floor pan.|
|This Porsche Spyder drove past me as I |
walked down Maderia Drive. Not sure if it was
a 'real' one or not as I didn't get to have a
closer look, however it did look good.
|Nice line up of Split screens.|
|Stock height late bay, lowered late splitty.|
|Nice to see the vehicles all parked up together |
regardless of condition.
|How straight are the panels, and how shiny is |
the paint on this split? I waited for ages
waiting for someone to walk behind it so I could
get their reflection in the paint to show just how
good this bus was.
|No reflections on this splitty..|
|It has European plates, so the owner is |
probably from France or Belgium as there is
always a good turn out of vehicles from that
part of the world.
|My bay on Maderia Drive.|
|This was the second year for me at the breeze|
with my microbus.
|Lovely looking notchback parked up.|
|Vehicles kept entering the show and shine|
for most of the day.
|Looking down from the East Cliff path onto |
Maderia Drive, Zoe and Spikes patina bay,
and Alden's red and black bay both friends of
mine from the Aylesbury area.
|Claude and Jean, also from Aylesbury drove |
down with me on the Saturday morning
and now it's time for a quick bite to eat.
|A rare shot of my bay from above.|
|Bugs, buses and bays.|
|Nice shot of the show and shine in the afternoon|
|Early oval beetle in gloss black.|
|Those yellow lights against the super straight|
body and gloss black paint just look awesome.
|Pastel blue split screen with safari screens,|
and lowered just enough.. nice.
|This split in army colours with period|
accessories was interesting.
|The blue on this late bay was highlighted by |
the deluxe trim and tinted windows.
|Lovely bright yellow paint on this early bay...|
if you look closely, the black dots on the
roof are flies that were attracted by the colour!
|Gorgeous colour combination on this early|
|This looks kind of retro ratty.. love it.|
|The rear end on this split was different. Not |
only is the rear window filled in, the tailgate
hinges and handle were upside down.
|Looks like these guys have been here all|
|A wider view of the show. Under the arches|
traders were selling everything from original
and patten parts to accessories and clothing.
|Stock height late bay next to a lowered|
|Here is one of the split screens we spotted|
in the services on the way down to Brighton.
|Very impressive line up.|
|Where did I put my sunglasses?.. this ultra|
bright green paint made this spilt stand out.