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Some pictures from the SAHB Spring Seminar 2016

 

An excellent SAHB seminar was held at Chateau Impney near Droitwich on 20th March, after a well-attended and relaxed dinner the evening before.  A full report on the seminar will appear in the next issue of the SAHB Times, but here are some random pictures to give a flavour of the event – which included these presentations:

  • Guy Loveridge: Speed Trial: The History of the Château Impney Sprint 1957-1968.
  • Bruce Lawson: The Life and Times of Charles Stewart Rolls of Rolls-Royce.
  • Stuart Brown, owner of 3D Engineers: Reverse Engineering as an Aid to Restoring Historic Vehicles.
  • David Burgess-Wise: Aston Martin, from Feltham to Newport Pagnell.
  • Bill Munro: “A Diff that Diffs when it should Diff”: The heart of Ferguson Formula full-time four-wheel drive.
  • Anders Ditlev Clausager: “On The Lighter Side”: A Fond Look Back at Russell Brockbank.

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