1. All you have to do is look at the pictures to know who takes the scruffy Fulvia prize, and it's me. My winter "to-do" list is long.Nice pics as usual Shaun - though I think you got the adjectives backwards: My car = scruffy, your car = sharp And I recorded closer to 200 miles from the starting point to the beginning of the Bay Bridge?
Alex, glad you liked them.Great photos, Shaun! You have a nice photo page as well! Thanks for sharing these, it looked like a great event.
Jeff, you're cheating. You're only posting the in focus, well composed shots. If I did that, I wouldn't have anything online at all.Okay - the handful of photos I took that were worth sharing have been uploaded to my Flickr page - link below...I don't think there is any Lancia content from the rally though...
thanks for the pictures, I also have a question no Fanalone's perhaps you should have taken yours Or Martin Cliffe Omicron display any of their cars?A shout for the UK Lancia fraternity. Last Friday, Saturday and Sunday the UK Classic Car Show was held at the NEC in Birmingham. Over 1000 cars and 40,000 + visitors. Lancia were one (if not the) best represented marque. Four of the five UK lancia clubs were there (LMC, CLS, Beta Boyz and Montecarlo Consortium) with I think 28 cars in total.
The LMC had a new Delta on the stand (from FIAT) - the first time it has been seen in the UK - which was a big coup, along with a one off integrale (made for a member of the Agnelli family), Don Williamsons' gorgeous 8th Series Lambda Limouisine, Appia Coupe, Fulvia 2C, Kappa Coupe and restored Delta 1300. Various members manned the stand over the weekend ( I was there all Saturday). Being a Fulvia man myself my favourite was this original 1300 Zagato Competitzione (chassis 001909). The drilled shell was something to behold - even the keys are drilled !
More photos can be found here:
2008 Nec ClassicCar Show - a set on Flickr
None of these photos are mine, I forgot my camara so thanks to the respective snappers (Brian Hilton and Tony Harrison) for putting them out to the public.