October reflections

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October 2019 was a mixed month for me; I have achieved the biggest high’s of my Mopar life (watch out for the next blog) and experienced a degree of sadness having lost two cherished friends to the Reaper.

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Autumn showtime

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Hi All, well we made it to the last of the shows as the Autumn draws in, I guess the really big one is at the NEC in November for their annual Classic Car Show.

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TOVA-UK reporting on the MOPAREURONATS, 2 – 3 August 2019

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Twenty-Six & not out!

The MoparEuronats has weathered everything that can be thrown at it over the decades, from the most atrocious summer weather conditions to blistering sunshine, gales, biblical rain, tornado winds and even a wild wasp epidemic.

Yet still it survives and prospers drawing new enthusiasts into the clutches of Muscle Car Madness.

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Suns out, roofs down

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As we roll on through the year the car shows are coming thick and fast.

The MMA Chrysler Day at Brooklands is always a firm favourite of mine, a sunny Bank Holiday at the end of May certainly brought out some mighty fine muscle cars. This year quality prevailed over quantity as the numbers were a tad down although an eclectic mix of muscle cars were on hand.

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Spring and wheels

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Hi everyone and welcome to the late Spring blog. Busy, busy these past weeks, took in two car shows and enjoyed them both, great feeling to be out with friends and fabbo cars.

First-up I attended the Surrey Street Rodders bash at Rushmoor Arena, Aldershot, you may recall last year was a complete wash-out but the 2019 event was blessed with plenty of sunshine and outstanding cars.

My report for Classic American magazine shows the three vehicles that grabbed my attention.
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