I've got close to 300
pictures to post and my focus, as usual, was on the
rare, different and/or unusual car. We all know what a
TR6 or an MG or a Jag look like but how often do you get
to see a 2010 Morgan Aero Super Sport or a 1948 Lea
Francis Sport? So in no particular order are a whole bunch
of pages with nothing but British cars.
When Rick Patton
starts his supercharged TR6, heads pop up
looking for the source of the sound and then
they flock to his car.
Check out the
Allard owners name......... this is actually
a new car that is registered as a 1953
addition to the Kitterage Collection. He
brought a bunch of his Morgan's, a few Roll's and a
Jag for the Concours Judging. First up is
your basic $200,000 limited production car
with a placard written with a Sharpie! From
the back we thought it was the Batmobile! In
case you didn't know, this all started when
a young Michael Kitterage made his mother a
candle for Mother's Day.......the
first candle for Yankee Candle.
This next car
has been at the Pebble Beach Concours and
ended up winning this Concours. The
attention to detail was amazing and gave me
an appreciation for the quality of a Pebble
four TR6's in the concours but they didn't
win anything this year. The green one took
2nd last year.
This Healey was 100% un-restored and was in
amazingly good condition. There should be
awards for a Preservation Class.
I love this
guy........every once in a while he'd start
the bike up and ride it around the show
Meet Betty of
Betty & Gil..... she's in the spirit with
her outfit from her head to her toes! You
actually see a lot of this at the show.
How about a
couple of LBC's pulling a trailer........ I
saw four at the show but only got pictures of
And now we know
what the other hitch on the trailer was
for......... the umbrella stand