An SAHB member's racing Talbot
A reminder of the origins of Bristol Cars - from Michael Palmer's talk
From Bryan Apps's talk
From Bob Macfarlane's talk
One of Len Huff's photo boards - asking for identification of Abbott-bodied cars
The Motoring Literature and Photograph Fair
An SAHB member's 1960 Chevrolet Corvair
The SAHB Autumn Seminar, with the AGM and Motoring Literature Fair, was held at The Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation in Paulerspury on 23rd October, after the usual excellent, informal dinner the evening before.
A full report on the seminar will appear in the next issue of the SAHB Times, but here are some pictures from a very well-attended event – around 60 members and 20 guests. The keynote speaker was Sir John Egan; not only did he give superb talk on “Saving Jaguar”, but he also left time for a lively question and answer session from which we gained even more “inside information” on his time at Jaguar and his thoughts about many highly relevant current topics.
The talks continued with:
- Bob Macfarlane: The history of Volkswagen from 1938
- Michael Palmer: Overview of the history of Bristol cars
- Bryan Apps: Raymond Mays and his racing history.
As always, we were warmly welcomed and looked after by Philip Hall and the Hunt House team.
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