The show was hosted by the Connecticut MG Club. The volunteers were very kind and the weather was perfect. Me and my oldest went. There was just about everything there: MGs of all flavors (MGAs, MGBs, Midgets, TD, TCs, etc), Aston Martins, a couple of Rolls Royces, Lotus, Minis (both old and new), Austin-Healys, a few Bugeye Sprites (called Frogeyes on the other side of the pond) and Triumphs (TR3, 4, 4A, 6, 7 and 8). Only 4 Spitfires, though, and 2 or 3 GT6s. There was a 1966 Spitfire, same color and interior that I will have, eventually, and only a few thousand commission numbers off. Took a bunch of pictures for reference, but never did find the owner.
We spent a few hours there, had some great pizza from Rolling Tomato and got a few T-shirts. All in all, a fun day surrounded by great cars and good people.
|One of the Rolls Royces.|
|The TR3 corral.|
|Aston Martin DB9. Betcha she's not fast.|
|Old MG..forget which. Manual-crank windshield wipers, though, with that little black box up there.|
|Good showing of some E-Types.|
|A "big" Healy.|