Best of British mo­tor­ing on show

Bush Telegraph - - Entertainment & Dining -

Al­most 80 cars at­tended the British Car day held at Tui Brew­ery in Man­gatain­oka on May 27, with a 1969 Jaguar MK2 240 win­ning the Star of the Show Award.

De­spite the cold weather, a colour­ful line-up of cars was on dis­play, with around 200 peo­ple tak­ing the op­por­tu­nity to check them out and soak up brew­ery hospi­tal­ity.

Re­sults: Lo­cal Star: Norma Matt Shute — Hum­ber Hawk — 55HAWK — 1955. Fur­thest Trav­elled: Steve Young — Mor­ris Mi­nor Ute — FE5299 — 1969 (Thames.) Peo­ple’s Choice: Graeme Cressey — Ford Cortina GT — EI1000 — 1965. Most Orig­i­nal: Ja­son Co­ley — Daim­ler Sovereign — DL951 — 1967. Star of the Show: Tony Labone — Jaguar Mark 2 240 — EH7654 — 1969.

PHO­TOS COUR­TESY: SA­MAN­THA OLIVE PHO­TOG­RA­PHY.

DE­SPITE cold and driz­zly con­di­tions at Tui Brew­ery on Sun­day, a colour­ful line-up of cars at­tended the British Car Day.

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