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Seaburn Historic Vehicle Display
Seaburn Historic Vehicle Display
At the Recreation Ground

Why not bring your vintage vehicle to the Recreation Ground, Seaburn on August Bank Holiday Monday?

This event will feature a selection of historic vehicles on display, trade stands, amusements for all and a free bus service around the local area.

The first bus will depart at 11:00 and departures will be every 30 minutes thereafter, until the last bus at 16:00.

Admission Charges Adult £3; Concessions/Child £2.

There is no charge for those who have entered a vehicle in the event.

To travel to the event by public transport catch Stagecoach North East services E1 or E2 or NexusBus service 558 which stop next to the site, or Stagecoach North East service E6 which stops close to the site.

For additional information on the location of Seaburn Recreation Ground, click here
Monday 25th August 2014
Time 10:00 AM

RegPhotoYearMakeExhibitor History
MinisMinisDurham Mini ClubAlec Burrell Selection of classic minis from threw the years
DT 2041DT 20411929Lea-Francis 12/40 P type sports tourerGeorge Jolley Bodywork by Avon. We have run this car for 40 years. It's been everywhere & done everything. One of 7 vintage Leas in the family. This is one of 1096 made. Lea-Francis is Britains oldest maker still in existance
OU 51241930Lea Francis O TypeGeorge Jolley A very sporty vintage car indeed
MV 8996MV 89961931Bedford WLB Duple C20F North East Bus Preservation Trust Ltd Originally a demonstrator for the coachbuilder, Duple, this vehicle passed to Howard of West Byfleet, and later to Teesdale of Lincoln for preservation. Purchased by Gerald Cox of Durham and eventually to the late Chris Moyes of Durham. Now in the care of NEBPT.
BPE 890BPE 8901934Austin 12/6 2 seater Gordon bodied coupeWilliam French
YSJ 2431935Ford Model YRon Horsfall
AHA 4141936Austin 7 RubyC Smith
DWA 3621936Morris 8 TourerDavid Bond Never has the hood up! Owned for many years, very reliable car.
GLJ 546GLJ 5461946Morris 8 series E 4 door in blackRon Taylor Been off the road for many years but restored by a previous owner.
HHN 202HHN 2021947Bristol L5G with Eastern Coachworks single-deck bus body.David Slater The bus was new to United in the summer of 1947, with fleet number BLO 202. It was allocated to subsidiary company Bell's Services of Westerhope, Newcastle carrying the standard red and cream livery. Next, in 1951, it was returned to the main United fleet as BG 216. In 1959, the bus was transferred from United to subsidiary company Durham District Services, with whom it ran in green and cream livery, numbered DB 216. It was sold for preservation in 1968.
KXO 381KXO 3811949MG TCIan Tunnicliffe This car has been owned since 1966 and preserved since 1984. It has won many awards since then.
PV 91831949Austin 16George Moon
LHN 860LHN 8601950Bristol L5G ECW B35F Aycliffe & District Bus Preservation Society Bristol L5G with Eastern Coachworks 35-seat single-deck saloon body. This vehicle entered service with a rear entrance, but was converted mid-life (1960) to front entrance for one-person operation. It was withdrawn from service in 1966. It has a five-speed gearbox and will cruise at about 45 mph. It has appeared in the TV series "Heartbeat"".
NVK 341NVK 3411950AEC Regent III 9612a NCB H30/26RDavid Slater AEC Regent III with Northern Coachbuilders, was new as Newcastle Corporation 341 in 1950.
CU 57051951AEC Regent III based Merryweather pump escape appliancePaul Pearson New to South Shields Fire Brigade.
OSL 2821952Citroen Traction Avant 11BLDavid Faulkner Paris built LHD car, originally imported to the UK in 1985. Restored December 2012 - January 2014.
XMM 73XMM 731952Scammel Showman's TractorArthur Wakefield New in 1952 to Guinness of London, sold to Ken Furborough of Leicester (Showman) and was used to travel the Big Wheel between fairgrounds
PYB 9061953Morris Commercial LC4R Dropside TruckDavid Foster Last Morris Commercial used by Peggy & David in the hit TV series Heartbeat. Now painted back to my colour scheme and correct reg number.
VSL 5151953Seddon flat bed lorryRobert Creighton 2 axle rigid body
NLR 2691954Scammell MU15 Ballast TruckFrederick Lonsdale Ex Shellmex tanker unit. Converted to a ballast truck by present owner. Completely restored by the present owner in 2008.
TOD 7251955MG Magnette ZAJohn Ward First registered December 1955 in Devon. A 1798cc MGB engine was fitted in 1991, original was a 1489cc "B" series. 8 previous owners, bought by current owner in September 2007. Completed its 7th Beamish Run this year.
UYC 6741955Morris Minor SaloonTom Thompson Used regularly. Pulled out of garage 2013 where it stood since 1988. Painted red/yellow noddy colours with noddy figures
OSK 8181958Hillman MinxJohn Cousin Owned since 1990
YPT 796YPT 7961958AEC Reliance MU3RV, Roe C41CMartyn Callaghan New to E W Wilson (Economic) as No.3. Acquired by Tyne & Wear PTE in Jan 1975 but disposed of immediately to North's at Sherburn in Elmet. Saw further service with a traveller, complete with coal fire, before being saved for preservation. Restored by Alan And John Purvis. Now owned by Martyn Callaghan from Hemingfield, near Barnsley.
YTX 4301958Austin A35Anthony Grey
9109 UA1959Sunbeam Alpine - 2 seat sports carTom Lawson One of the first Alpines made, and now one of the few remaining from the first series.
WXV 3821959Ford Zodiac Mk2Kevin Ainsley
382 VPU1961Ford Consul Mk2Edward J Weightman Featured in the 1962 film "Jigsaw" driven by Jack Warner (Dixon of Dock Green) who takes the part of a detective inspector
390 BXP390 BXP1961Ford Consul Mk2Kevin Ainsley
966 HYF1961Alvis TD21 Series 1Alan Smith
GKS 6771961Humber Hawk Limo Series 2James Humberston Possibly originally MOD car (RAF?)
YLH 6571961Morris JB Post Office vanStuart MacDonald Ex GPO van. Last of the JBs. Spent all of its working life in Cardiff. Acquired for preservation by present owner 11 years ago
811 BWR811 BWR1962Bristol SUL4A, ECW B36FTrevor Leach New to the West Yorkshire Road Car Company and ran from Malton and York depots. Withdrawn in 1972 and sold via a dealer to Wolfreton School, Hull. Later sold to BP Chemicals at Saltend Refinery and used on internal works transport within the plant. Presented by BP for preservation in 1983 and kept at Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum, where some restoration work was carried out, but this was not completed and it passed to the present owner in 1993 in a generally poor condition. Since acquisition much restoration work has been carried out and the vehicle is now tested to full PSV standard once again, although only used to attend rallies and running days
BSL 689BSL 6891962Ford Capri Classic 315Brian Prince On going restoration
EGM 176EGM 1761962Ford Zodiac Mk2Eddie Crann Restored after 45 years off road.
GSL 964GSL 9641962Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III four-door saloon.Grahame McDonald This was the last Rolls-Royce car completed in 1962. Previous owners include the Duke of Rutland.
6249 UP6249 UP1963Leyland Leopard PSU3/3RT, Alexander DP51FGordon Noble New to Venture Transport as fleet no. 249, passing to Northern as 2830, later 4264. Withdrawn in 1980 and sold to APT, Lincoln. Purchased by the late Michael Reed and partly restored. Completely restored to as-new condition over a couple of years.
827 UVK827 UVK1963Ford Consul Classic 1500 ccIan Davison Becoming quite rare. Sold new in Newcastle and spent all its life in the North East. Spent several years as a showpiece at Pattersons Ford garage at Shiremoor. Appeared in Heartbeat and several episodes of Inspector George Gently series 7 on BBC
ACK 611A1963Jaguar MK2John Barker
COO 705B1964Ford Cortina Mk1John Hall
EUP 405BEUP 405B1964AEC Routemaster 3R2RH, Park Royal H41/31FDavid Slater New to Northern General as fleet no. 2105; one of only 50 built for use outside London; used for medium-distance services until preserved in 1980. Restored in the original livery in which it entered service.
LCU 112LCU 1121964Daimler CCG6 with Roe double-deck body. 140 Group The bus appeared in the 1964 Earls Court Motor Show. It is a hybrid of Daimler chassis and Guy driveline with Gardner engine. It has appeared in a Tesco advert. The vehicle was new to South Shields Corporation as No 140. On withdrawal, it was retained by Busways and later Stagecoach, and has been maintained by the 140 Group for 32 years. It has been in preservation longer than it was in service. The only double decker remaining in South Shields.
PCN 762PCN 7621964AEC Routemaster Park Royal H41/31F North East Bus Preservation Trust Ltd This bus was one of 50 AEC-Park Royal front entrance Routemasters that were new to NGT, fitted with Leyland 0.600 engines. Originally registered RCN 699.It passed to Stevenson's of Uttoxeter, then to Stagecoach for use on Magicbus routes in Glasgow, reregistered as EDS 508B, and by then powered by an AEC engine. Re-purchased by Northern, passing to the late Chris Moyes OBE and given registration mark PCN 762. Now in the care of NEBPT.
WBR 248WBR 2481964Atkinson Alpha with Gardner 6HLW engine and Marshall 48-seat single-deck body. North East Bus Preservation Trust Ltd No. 48 in the Sunderland Corporation fleet was one of a batch of three Atkinson chassis, which were to be the last Atkinson passenger chassis to enter service in this country in 1964. Atkinson was better known for its lorry chassis and the company were approached by Sunderland to build these vehicles after unsatisfactory performance from the Corporation's AEC Reliances. The vehicles had Gardner 6HLW engines mounted horizontally underfloor. The bodies were by Marshall to the contemporary B.E.T. specification, similar to other local vehicles at the time. The twin-door bodies were specified to operate on the Pay-As-You-Enter system. The steps into the saloon were very high, compared to the low-floor buses of today. Seating capacity was only 45 due to the dual door layout.
GLP 718CGLP 718C1965Ford Mk1 Cortina Estate 1500 DeluxeNeil Wood 1 owner before myself. Has been completely restored including Engine, Gearbox, Diff, all Suspension and Steering and just about every panel replaced. and its turned out just fine
HPO 986C1965Morris LD AmbulanceAlan Griffiths Body by Wadham Stringer. Ex Sussex County Ambulance Service. Bought several years ago as a converted camper & restored to accident ambulance spec. Powered by BMC 2.2 petrol engine. This ambulance has appeared on several TV shows over the years.
GTV 152DGTV 152D1966Ford Cortina Mk1 1500 SuperColin Jarvis
JJD 551DJJD 551D1966AEC Routemaster Park Royal H40/32RSteve Griffin This Routemaster entered service as London Transport RML2551 in 1966, initially on route 6, and after refurbishment on route 12. Refurbishment was of both interior and of the driveline, when a Cummins engine replaced the AEC original. The current owner intends to preserve it with its route 12 branding.
ECU 201EECU 201E1967Bristol RESL6L with Eastern Coachworks bodyPhil Logie This bus was the first Leyland-engined Bristol RE to be delivered to a non-Tilling operator. It was sold by Busways in 1977 for service with a succession of further operators before reacquisition in 1988. It has been preserved since 1998.
JKJ 881EJKJ 881E1967Morris Minor 1000Barry Noble Two door Black saloon. We are the third owners from new and have owned "Myna" for 35 years.
LJN 848E1967Morris Pick UpMichael Currie
SMK 686FSMK 686F1967AEC Routemaster Park Royal H40/32RTed Jones New to London Transport as RML 2686, one of the last batch of RML's in service and latterly run by Arriva until the demise of RM operation in London. The bus was refurbished some years ago and was fitted with a Cummins engine, bought by Cooper of Annitsford, Northumberland, and acquired from them by present owner in 2005 after driving it up from London. On going restoration to its 1968 looks.
LFS 296FLFS 296F1968Bristol VRTLL Open TopKeith Andrews Chassis 117 ex Eastern Scottish passed to Southdown Motor Services Ltd in 1973 as a swap for a Bristol Lodekka and then to Alder Valley in 1980. It was converted to open top in 1983 and was withdrawn in February 1992. It then was used in Scarborough by Shoreline Suncruisers until 1997 when it passed to Lallys Coach Hire, Spiddal, County Galway, Republic of Ireland and was withdrawn from service in April 2000. It then returned to the UK for preservation
LHH 648F1968Austin A40 Farina SaloonAlan Hutchinson
MTM 449H1969MGB GTDennis Hope
THU 354GTHU 354G1969Bristol RESL6L with Eastern Coachworks 43-seat front-entrance bus bodywork.Malcolm Hodgson This bus has had two periods of service life and two of preservation. It began work for Bristol Omnibus and ran until 1992; it was preserved until 1997; then ran for Northern Bus, Sheffield, until again preserved from 1997. New to Bristol Omnibus Co. Last survivor of this design of ECW body on 33' chassis. Having been rallied for past 16 years in various 'Bristol Omnibus' liveries, this bus has recently undergone further restoration and been re-painted into 1960s Tilling Red to represent a similar United Automobile Services vehicle long departed XHN 938G.
UTN 510G1969Morris Minor 1000 TravellerJoe Berriman This vehicle has had only two owners.
VVK 153G1969Triumph TR6 - 2 seat sports carTom Lawson A very early TR6, which was supplied to the USA when new. Re-imported back to the UK
114 BOB114 BOB1970Vauxhall Viva HB EstateRobert Meldrum Formerly YLT 323H
CTN 695J1971Reliant Scimitar GTEArthur Scott Preserved by the current owner
DUK 450J1971Rover 2000 TCDavid Carrahar
DVK 778KDVK 778K1971Volkswagen Beetle 1302sMichael Fraser
JLM 200KJLM 200K1971Coach built Cotswold CamperKen Wright A rare Cotswold Concorde Camper on a Mk1 Ford Transit 2Ltr V4 & auto gearbox. Restored 2009
LWR 550K1971MGB GTBob Luke Owned since 2001. New carbs, new engine fitted in 2003 )now on 12000 miles), new front/rear suspension, new brakes (discs & pads), electronic ignition and fuel pump, 12V battery.
SVN 879K1971Mercedes Coupe 2 doorAlf Sterling
XBF 562JXBF 562J1971VW Beetle 1300ccMichael Dixon
YCV 748JYCV 748J1971Morris Traveller Susan Cook Modified 1300cc engine & servo assisted brakes in Old English White finish.
ATC 451LATC 451L1972Ford Granada Mk1 Consul GTJohn Smith Rare very early model of the Mk I Consul GT, production of this model only started in August 1972.
HTY 523LHTY 523L1972Vauxhall FE Victor 2300cc SaloonWilliam Wilson Manufactured 1972, registered 1973. Owned since 1975. Original except for 2 front wings fitted 1989.
JDC 544LJDC 544L1972Daimler Fleetline CRL6 with Northern Counties H43/27D body 500 Group This last-surviving Teesside 'standard' only 13'5" high, was acquired for preservation in 1989. It has covered over 1,200,000 miles!
JKH 307L1972Mercedes 350SLWilliam Weatherspoon
MVK 130LMVK 130L1972MGB GTNorman Rose MGB GT Built in 1972 but not registered until March 1973. Last chrome bumper MGB variation before the change to rubber bumper. Restored 16 years ago by the previous owner. Member of the North East Restoration Club
MYF 695LMYF 695L1972Hillman Hunter GL saloonJohn Barclay
NPB 482L1972Vanden Plas PrincessRoy Pope
NVB 4LNVB 4L1972Ford Capri Mk1Anthony Alderson Ford Capri Mk1 in Daytona Yellow
RCO 16KRCO 16K1972Austin 1300 GTChris and Anne Jarvis
SAR 9MSAR 9M1973Reliant Scimitar GTEBrian Hodgson Restored at the North East Restoration Club workshops after being off the road since 1992. Converted from automatic to manual/overdrive.
GDX 540T1974Mercury Montego MXR L Hauxwell (Snr) 5.8 V8 3 Speed Auto. Twin mufflers. Holley 4 Barrel Carb. Came to UK in 1979. As far as we know and the DVLA, it is the only 4 door sedan of this model in the UK.
GFB 327N1974MGB Roadster V8Ged Garbutt
JFL 872N1975MGB GTAlan Johnson Owned for the last 10 years having attended this show many times.
RGF 231PRGF 231P1976Bristol LHS6L with Plaxton C33F bodyworkMichael Burke The vehicle was new to Epsom Coaches in 1976 then to G E Sykes of Appleton Roebuck near York. It was acquired by the current owner in 2003.
SUI 76821976Cadillac Coupe De VilleJeff Elliott
UEH 378LUEH 378L1976Triumph Stag MKIIIan Dixon
RRG 588S1977Jaguar XJ6 4.2 CoupeDavid B J Dartnall
EGP 25TEGP 25T1978Lancia Beta SaloonSean Hannah Very rare car
WHN 198SWHN 198S1978Austin AllegroDanny Howard 1500 Van Den Plas model - 28,000 miles and retired
WRM 554SWRM 554S1978Land Rover Series III 109" HCB/Angus L4P Fire ApplianceMalcolm Paul New to British Steel's Barrow works, Cumbria in 1978 until sold to Bowater Tissue Manufacturers, Barrow-in-Furness, in 1983. Passed to a major motor museum in early 2001 but sold in late 2001 to the current owner who has restored it to running order. Total mileage is only 11,800 miles.
DHN 110T1979Lotus Seven replicaOwen McEvilly
JKH 194VJKH 194V1979Leyland Leopard/Plaxton Supreme C53FTony Hull Plaxton Supreme IV bodywork, ex National Express (East Yorkshire). It then went to Cherry Coaches of Hull, before returning to East Yorkshire Motor Services, it spent some it's later years with Lee's of Durham, Classic of Annfield Plain, and Scarlet Band Coaches all in the Durham area, before being preserved by the present owner Mr Tony Hull.
MGB 312P1979MGB RoadsterCharles Spence
EJR 111WEJR 111W1980Leyland Atlantean AN68C/2R with Alexander double-deck body. Treble One Group (M Mackenzie) New to Tyne and Wear PTE in 1981; it passed to Busways in 1986. It worked first at City Busways from Byker then most of its time at Slatyford on Fastline services. It had brief spells on Magicbus and at Sunderland and ended up at Stagecoach Transit from where it was bought by the Treble-one Group in 2004. It is restored in Newcastle Busways livery.
XBR 644V1980Morris Marina 440 7cwt VanM Sidney Purchased new by the current owner for his carpet business. Used as a private vehicle from 2000. First entered in classic shows from 2004. Won various other awards. Also won its class at the Tyne Tees Run for the last 7 years.
EPT 540XEPT 540X1981Rolls-Royce Silver SpiritGrahame McDonald Appeared in a number of 'background' shots in the recent TV series "Cars That Rock" presented by Brian Johnson
FTN 710WFTN 710W1981Leyland National 2 B49F. Repowered with Volvo THD100E engine and Voith 851.2 3 speed gearbox Northern National Restoration Group (Craig Smith) New to Philadelphia Depot of NBC Northern in June 1981. FTN 710W is one of only 5 National 2/2's to stay in the Wear District all her PSV life and spent most of her life there running the 194/294. After her withdrawal from Deptford in 2002 she was used as a driver trainer at Gateshead Depot until 2006. In 2006 4710 was donated to the NEBPT by Go Ahead CEO Christopher Moyes. After restoration 4710 was rolled out at the MetroCentre event in 2008. After that years season 4710 was mothballed until her sale in 2013 to the Northern National Restoration Group. She made her first NNRG outing at the 2013 Metrocenter event and has been on the road ever since apart from during the COVID pandemic. This year 4710 took part in the National 50 event at Whitehaven by the kind invitation from our Friends, The Workington Transport Hertitage Trust.
EDM 795XEDM 795X1982Reliant Scimitar GTEChris Steele Low mileage vehicle, less than 36,000 miles
FFE 60XFFE 60X1982Ford Cortina MK 5 Crusader 1.6Jim Collins Standard unmolested Cortina Crusader in near original condition
WCD 783Y1982Dennis RS/SS Pump Escape Fire EngineTerry Robertson New in 1982 to East Sussex Fire Brigade in Brighton, equipped and operational, attended the 1984 IRA Brighton Grand Hotel bombing. Brighton was one of the last Brigades to operate and keep the pump escapes. 10.5 litre diesel engine, automatic, 12.5 Tons in weight, 50 FT ladder & 9 miles to the gallon.
XHN 633Y1982Ford Cortina MK5 NECFC/NECPWA Very good condition last model of the MK5s 16 crusader
A90 XTN1983Ford Escort RS1600i Black Ford RS Owners Club (Paul Gatenby)
B706 HNL1983Bedford CF 350Bob Shipley Pick up Tipper Livery of Barnfather & Wilkes
KVJ 291YKVJ 291Y1983Bedford CF/Plaxton C18FAlan Dixon New to Leo Hill's "Ace Private Hire" in Hereford and later operated by Blue Line as their fleet number 4
Q475 DAJ1983Landrover LightweightR L Hauxwell (Jnr) Ex Army (Royal Marines) was soft top radio truck. Usual Landrover gearing 4WD, Hi-Low, Diff locks etc, 2,250cc BMC diesel engine. One of only 11 where no information is available.
UTN 501YUTN 501Y1983MCW Metrobus Mark 2, ex Northern 3501 with MCW bodywork H46/31FLee Garrett New on the 12th June 1983, as the first Mark 2 Metrobus to be delivered to Northern and also the National Bus Company. Delivered in NBC poppy red, this vehicle was one of only 12 Metrobuses painted in this livery from new. 3501's first depot allocation was Chester le Street, and moved to Murton Depot after a year at it's previous depot, remained here until Murton closed. 3501 was withdrawn in 2000, and after restored won the best 1980's double decker award at Showbus Rally in Duxford in 2009. The bus is powered by Gardner engine linked to a 4 speed Voith gearbox. The vehicle is fully restored in "as new" condition. The bus was withdrawn fifteen years ago and has been in preservation with its current owner ever since.
B800 OECB800 OEC1985Audi Quattro URHarvey Swan
C848 TLNC848 TLN1985Ford Granada 2.8 Ghia X Estate, WhiteGlen Grimes In excellent condition, with only 49K miles on the clock
D122 JWW1986Nissan SunnyTom Thompson Nissan Sunny Spirit 1.5 SGL - Used Daily
8530 VX8530 VX1987Mercedes-Benz 300SL ConvertibleAllan Errington This vehicle has been little used and well preserved. Merc Club National Concours winner in 2008, show car at NEC Classic in November. As of 2014 mileage less than 23,000.
D691 VBB1987Ford Escort RS TurboPhilip Taylor
D919 PJWD919 PJW1987BMW 316 (E30) Four door saloonPeter Barclay This extremely original example of a BMW E30 3-Series was acquired in January 2013. Only 3 previous owners and a genuine 67,000 miles from new
E430 YNU1987Ford Escort Mk 4 Ghia 1.6Neil Spears Current owner rescued vehicle in May 2011 from East Midlands to bring back to Teesside. A recent gearbox rework carried out to keep it on the road for a good few years ahead.
E702 HRTE702 HRT1988Foden S104 4x2 recovery truckAndrew Chadwick Foden S104 Recovery Truck - Having served as a tractor unit for Leggett Freightways, and latterly as a shunter at their Peterlee Depot, this vehicle was acquired by it's present ownerand modified to it's present state
F424 MVM1989Ford Escort XR3iStephen Grey
G775 OMBG775 OMB1989Ford Escort RS TurboIan Wynd
AGE 1N1990Jaguar XJS HE V12 CoupeBarry Cutler This car was done up as a one off from new. Le Mans decals on doors and bonnet and had a set of 17 inch Borbet wheels fitted. Present mileage 41,000. Twin 2 inch stainless steel exhaust system and air intakes fitted.
G441 GVN1990Toyota MR2George Stephenson
G607 SGKG607 SGK1990GMC G2500 Vandura Day Van 5.7 V8 Petrol Andrew Murley
J444 WUD1991Ford Fiesta 1.8DLNeil Wood
J362 UNB1992Volvo 240SE EstateFrank Headen White, Automatic Owned since 2009.
J845 CEVJ845 CEV1992Chevrolet Grumman LLV. US Postal Services VanPaul Gray US Postal Services Van. Right Hand drive as standard. Believed to be only one of 4 in the UK.
K723 PNLK723 PNL1992Dennis Dart 9.8SDL Alexander Dash B40F Trevor Hines This vehicle was the first of a batch of six new buses 1723 - 1728 (K723 PNL - K728 PNL) delivered to Sunderland Busways in 1993. It was named 'CITY OF SUNDERLAND' to commemorate the granting of City Status in 1992 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the 40th anniversary of her accession to the throne.
D268 YNO1998Robin Hood S7 2 seat convertableIan Chapman
S556 NGO1999Dodge Great Western CamperG Brown One of only 15 in the UK. LHD 5.2 V8 Auto American van.
V8 USRV8 USR2005Ford Mustang GT 4.6 V8James Thorpe
SE56 ZBJ2007Scania Irizar Premier Bus & Coach Ltd (Paul Donaldson)