Enfield Pageant Of Motoring 2019

The annual trip to our local big car show; the Enfield Pageant of Motoring didn’t disappoint again this year. Each of the three days we had different cars for people to look at. There was a steady stream of visitors on the Saturday as the sun was out (a very pleasant change), and the Sunday started off well, but then the unforecasted (is that even a word?) rain started to fall, lightly at first then getting heavier through the evening just as Yogi & Paul were getting their tents set up.

We wanted to have a little fun this week. Paul is seen here doing what ever it was he needed to do on the Monday after a couple of nights out camping after a few beers.

Please caption this photo in the comments, it’s just for fun:

The best, wittiest comment will be posted up with your name, just how bad could the comments get? We hope to see a good selection of silly and daft sense of humour that we know our customers and followers have. We will let you know what Paul’s response is as well after he has picked his favorite, providing that we can post such a response. 😀

Saturday’s panoramic view of the field and our stand before we got busy.

Yogi in good mood as we let him out of his cave, he brought along his F150 truck! Rumour has it that the back of the truck had copious amounts of beer for the weekends camping!

The John Wick car got lots of attention, especially as the new film has just hit the cinemas.

On the Sunday we had a different batch of cars.

The white ‘Prototype’ Shelby got a bit of TLC under the hood with a little engine bay detailing. We even had a visitor that told us this wasn’t a proper Shelby! We didn’t argue as he knows best obviously. Not that we are good friends with Shelby American or anything, but what we do we know?

This little lady always turns a few heads too.

The rest of the stand as the cars rolled in.

The other cars that took our fancy at the show, in no particular order.

The car that started the Group B insane rallying, the mighty Audi Quattro and it’s big rival the Ford Sierra Cosworth side by side.

Some beautiful old ladies here.

The rest of the field was for the family and stalls selling all sorts of stuff. Anything from car shells to a parrot!

We think Adam’s wife took him ‘shopping’ around the car show stalls! We don’t need to caption this one, as people who know Adam will know exactly what he is thinking. We definitely can’t put that on a family blog! But, if you wanted to add a comment for Adam’s pic – feel free. You know you want to 😀

All that remains for us is to say a very big thank you to all the customers who loaned us their cars, to our customers who came to say hello, visitors who showed an interest and to our new customers. A couple of them liked our work so much and our attitude for all things Mustang, they are now on the Mustang Maniac waiting list for for a proper restoration job that you would be proud to take to a car show!

Thank You‘ for making this another successful Enfield Pageant.

Cheers

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2 Responses to Enfield Pageant Of Motoring 2019

  1. camerapacker says:

    The absolute coolest and best.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Good show and thanks for letting me intend stand.
    Caption. ‘Yogi, I will only let you out if you give me the last beer!’

    Like

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