Ian and Yvonne are having another busy MG year. If you’re new to classic car ownership – please chat with them, they really know how to get the best out of their MG.
They took part in the Coast to Coast Run. Starting from the Art Deco Midland Hotel in Morecambe Bay to the Grand Hotel in Seaburn, Sunderland. The run from MK to Morecambe is 174 miles, avoiding motorways, so they broke up the journey in Chorley, then arrived in plenty of time for the banquet in the evening, where they met friends from Torquay.
They drove 650 miles in total, but enjoyed it so much they have already booked for next years event, which finishes in Scarborough. The route sounds fabulous. Please check out the full report on the club website.
They also attended a charity car show in Cirencester in aid of Cirencester Housing For Young People, apparently a good event, a nice day out and a good cause.
Chiv, has been in touch to let us know he has bought an MG BGT which looks really great! Apparently, it has done very few miles since a full restoration and just needs some recommissioning to get it fully back on the road.
Hopefully we’ll see it at a club night soon.
Having seen Stonor Park on the Antiques Roadshow, Jenny and I went across to the Bucks/Ox borders for the day. Malcolm and Janet came along in their Morris Minor. It was a great place to visit and a fab drive avoiding A roads.
Don’t forget to watch out for the change to E10 fuel, it’s very likely to impact on your classic car.
Image Caption: On the road with Ian and Yvonne