700 plus examples of the best British iron on the east coast
The line of Rovers, Series and D90’s back to back…….a pretty good showing this year
I brought the 109 pickup and the 88 “Merc”……….and stuffed the Jack Piner and the ’71 Desert Sled in between them……….the little Sled drew more of a crowd than the Rovers!
Very clean Series 1
I might have to own a 101 some day…….there’s something about them….
My friend Rupert’s Range Rover. I think it’s now running a 4.6 liter hot motor. Tons of beautifully done upgrades on this one completed by Congelton Racing and Restoration
G4 Disco……..for whatever reason, I like these too
V8 Triumphs a’plenty
I just liked the pipes
My friends Gene & Barb’s 1968 E-Type…..they are the original owners, pretty damn cool
Austin-Healey 100S……another bucket-list car for me
Just put the cuffs on now
This Mini should get an award for coolest/cleanest re-power
Honda 16 Valve V-Tech motor, artfully installed…..ultra slick work
Lotus Espirit…….I’ve always liked them, but I’m pretty sure I couldn’t afford to keep one running
The business end of a Morgan 3-wheeler
One of my favorites this year, Sunbeam Tiger with a stunning paint job
And this little V8………the owner was kind enough to touch this one off for me……one of the best sounding small blocks I’ve heard
New Jag………….oh my!
A couple of pre-unit “as-new” Triumphs, a ’51 and a ’58
Works of art
A rare bird…..1922 Lea-Francis motocycle
The Lea-Francis brakes, wood block on a V-rim……….I’ll never again whine about my bikes with drum brakes!
One Reply to “The British Invasion 2014, Stowe, VT”
I rather like the look of that Sunbeam Tiger myself.
A nice collection of classic cars and as always it is nice to see your contribution to the collecton 🙂