The show was open to all makes and models, but was sponsored by “SirBrit”, a local British car club. So, there were a lot of MGs, Triumphs, and Jaguars. Which I was fine with because they’re awesome.

I parked next to and made friends with an old guy with a Pinto. Turns out, he collects them and restores them. He has four. This one is a ‘79.

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My plates expire in June and I’ll be getting historic motor vehicle (“antique”) plates then!

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