My neighbor handed me this the other day and wanted to know if I was interested.

Of course I said yes. Because 1) It’s not that far from the house, and 2) British cars.

So we jumped into the Mini and drove out there today to take a look.

Jensen Healey, everyone.

I can’t figure out what inflicted the damage on this Bentley. It also had a ding on the left front fender. :(

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I like TR3s

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Can’t tell you the last time I saw a TR-2

MG TD

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I’m not sure I have ever seen a MGC.

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Hello! Hi! How are you? Have I said hello yet? Hi!

‘Dat patina.

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BSA 650

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Brit bike just being Brit bike.

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1935 Rover

DB6

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Trailer queens.

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In my life, I have never seen this many TR6s in one place.

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I was unaware that Innocenti made a woody wagon.

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Damnit, the Irish sneaked in again.

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My buddy is talking to the original owner of this ‘67 +4. We just stopped by to look, and he jumped out of his chair to talk to us about it.

Great guy, you could tell he still loves this car after almost 50 years

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There were other things there, too. Consiting of but not limited to: Esprit, Europa, Elan, Tr7, TR8, Spitfire, GT6, MGA, MGB, E-Types, Jaguar sedans, TR4, TR250, Rolls Royce, McLaren, Big Healey, Mini, etc. It was a Triumph show, but they allowed some other marques in.

Worth the $10

http://www.capitaltriumphregister.com/bog/