Trip to the Palace went a bit awry so here’s a Lomax seen in the outer paddock.
British built kit-car based around Citroen 2CV mechanicals and in the style of a Morgan three-wheeler.
The rain held off and there was a reasonable selection of machinery for this year’s meeting back at the Spring Bank Holiday at the end of May.
Particularly liked an awesome Cooper-Daimler V8 with a lady driver.
But spent far too much time inspecting a 1952 Aston-Butterworth Grand Prix with its unusual flat-4 engine. In reality it was unreliable and had a tendency to catch fire!!
Cockpit would give a modern GP driver nightmares for life!
Very foggy autumnal evening. Some bargains available, but not very well attended and some regular sellers still absent. But it makes for a reasonably pleasant way to pass an hour or two.
And here we have; a 1950s Hornby-Dublo cast signal box, a 1960s Airfix 2-6-2 tank loco kit, (both OO scale), a modern Matchbox Yesteryears Citroen H-type van (approx 1/43 scale) and a Majorette 1/60 scale Ford Model A van (McVities livery), which appears to be a copy of the 1980s “Matchbox” casting. Total outlay GBP10, not too bad.
Photos of the circuit as it was in 2004. It has changed a bit since then. Bit tidier nowadays.