Malvern Kit Car Show and the Club AGM


On the Saturday there were 4 Midases, 4 members without Midases, the club mascot and his kennel-mate and 7 Red Arrows. Under the guidance (scoutance?) of Neil, the event shelter was put up and the food hidden from the club mascot and his kennel-mate.

Some members braved the cold night under canvas, and on the Sunday there were 9 cars, 6 members without cars, and the club mascot complaining about how hot it was. Eventually we found all the vital parts needed to have another famous free barbecue, after which we held the AGM and summary of the year in the shade of the event shelter. It was good to have lots of helpers to take down the event shelter and to pack everything away in the trailer. And the club mascot’s kennel-mate helped tidy up the left overs without needing to be asked.

Roy’s Decathlon was chosen to be one of the exhibits for display inside the hall, and the other cars were all entered in the Concours. John Crowson was this year’s guest judge, the there was the usual close contest in Mark 2s, requiring a tie-breaker and then a recount to separate the winner of Best In Show, Meredith Phillips.

Concours Results

Mark 1 – no entries

Mark 2 – Meredith Phillips

Mark 3 Coupe – Alistair Courtney

Mark 3 Convertible – Sue Jefferson

Cortez – Justin King

Excelsior – Neil Franklin

Most Improved Midas – Derek Green

Runner-Up – Roy Forrester

Best In Show – Meredith Phillips

John Crowson easily won the award for the Furthest Distance Driven to the Show in a Midas despite those following the detour around Worcester to get there.

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