The photos I've attached take up quite a bit of space, sorry.
You can see my Sprint parked with my mates 1950 Morris 6.
My favourite Triumph of the show was the white TR5...probably my favourite CAR of the show too.
The old Salmson is a race car we see regularly at historic race events and I was glad to see it here.
A repro of a Ford GT40, #6 in Gulf colours. About 20 yards away was an exact same car. Same colours, same number, same everything......common as dog muck, eh?
The brown-ish old ute is a good example of one of our early Holdens. They fetch a lot more $'s than they should.
The red sports car is a Bolwell. Australian designed and built with a 2.85 - 3.0 litre Holden engine.
The pink thing towing the little pink caravan, is a Holden Torana GTR-XU1. 3.3 litre 6's triple Stromberg carbs. Incredibly fast cars, raced out here a lot and still feature strongly in Historic racing. But pink?
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