Great pics - I'd take that rather nice Gordon Keeble any day over anything else there
I have to agree - car of the day for me - though the Grampian BGT, in the same family (basically) since the 60s and which the current owner used to be ferried to school in across the back seat (as did many of us I suspect!) ran it a very close second. 3 synchro non-OD & missing its headliner & carpets but sound in wind and limb and for sale at a reasonable 5.5k - just the sort of car & history it's so easy to fall in love with!
This roadster was also lovely - maybe I'm just falling for Grampian
Which reminds me - we also had a Belgian (I think) in attendance - and a pretty unique one too...
Looks the the rather attractive love child of a B and a DB5. Does anyone know anything about it??
It does indeed, I've done a little research & Bob Ridgard raced one (of the very few) at Goodwood etc.
I had a Ridgard seat in my Fairthorpe racer in the early 90s - it was out of the boss of Think Automotive's Camaro - on display (well, on the floor!) at their Isleworth showroom for £20 ONO - I bid him £2 and he took it!