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Here are some of the exhibits we've had at previous events


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a pair of Rollers
Austin 7 2 Austins and a Morris
another little Austin interior view
Sumbeam Alpine a beautiful two-tone MG - model and year anyone?
Daimler Dart interior of then Dart
Austin van - A30 or A35 - anyone know? Ford Capri - many thought this was named by a dyslexic !
a pair of MGs and a Morris Minor van Morris Minor convertible
a nice pair of Jags - the open bonnet is an E-type Series I Land Rover, the best 4X4 in the world
half a Capri, a Rover 3 litre and a funny little kitcar motor home - no offence intended! 1978 Chevrolet T-top Camaro
BSA and Triumph whole row of assorted bikes
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a row of assorted tractors. The 2 on the end on the right are a Massey Fergusson and a 1964 David Brown 880
an Albion Brewer's lorry - don't know the year or model A pair of albions - the blue one is a 1953 Chieftain - not sure about the red one!
Dennis fire engine not a good idea to accept a lift in the back!
I think this is a Ford van - don't know year or model - (or make?)   I was surprised the dog could reach the pedals Morris lorry, believed to be 1952, if you know the model email me!
left to right a Bedford (date & model unknown), a Morris (date and model unknown) and a Bedford CA series (year unknown) These three arrived in convoy from a club who like to preserve ambulances. Very sorry I didn't catch the name of the club from the driver who spoke to me as she struggled with approaching our gate from the "wrong" direction, the non-power-assisted steering, and her first experience of driving it to a show.
If you are from this club please get in touch with contact details and I'll give you a plug.
just caught this Austin -based pickup as it left to go home.  Let me know if you can tell me anything about it 1944 Ford -manufactured Willys Jeep - apologies to Landy fans for use of the four-letter J-word.    Must have enjoyed the day judging from the balloon!
This 1926 Avelling steamroller had just completed a ten-year rebuild. This included replacing the boiler and other serious work. Owner Robert Bate has returned it to its original green paintwork.
This machine was supplied new to Acton Borough council in London and was later sold on to Robert McKay, a contractor from Leicestershire
1926 Avelling steamroller 1926 Avelling steamroller
Thjis machine is truly massive, as can be seen in the bottom-right photograph as it passes the village hall and a suitably impressed bystander.
It is a 1929 Fowler Super Lion steam crane. It was originally used to deliver boilers build in Bilston all around the country and then to and install them - hence the crane.
It was restored thirty years agao by its present owner Len Crane.
1929 Fowler super Lion
1929 Fowler super Lion 1929 Fowler super Lion
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