The Rotary Classic Car Show returns to the lawns of Culford School, tomorrow, July 10, with the weather expected to be fine and dry.
Last year’s event was one of the first public events after lockdown on what turned out to be the hottest day of the year – and organisers are delighted that Culford School has agreed to partner with them again.
Many of the exhibitors have special stories that go with their cars and Max Savidge’s MGB GT is one.
It was an early 18th birthday present from Max’s grandfather Laurie, who was hoping that they would both be able to work together in its restoration, but sadly Laurie died seven months later and Max has gone on to complete a total restoration himself, in memory of his grandfather, and has since travelled all over Europe in it and the car will be one of the many at the show,
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