Category: 2015 Archive


Show Guide now available on our web site

19 days to go until the Classics at the Castle event in Sherborne and you can now download a copy of our Show Guide from our web site.

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What a Classic!

Purchased as a van full of parts in 2009, I have fully rebuilt this 1921 Morris Oxford Sports, and its first outing will be at Classics at the Castle 2015. About 170 of these cars were built by Morris Motors…

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Our Special American Feature 2015

This year we have a “show within the show” for our Hotrod, Custom & American car entries. The National CANAM all American Car Club will be showing more than 20 cars,  and additional individual Entries include: Pontiac Firebird  1975 Ford…

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The Bulldog Autogyro’ will be at the 2015 show

THE BULLDOG AUTOGYRO Increases in rotary aircraft safety have been incorporated through the Patented Design of the Bulldog’s rotor mast and by the addition of a composite crash cell within the Bulldog’s structure. All helicopters and autogyros with tail sections…

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The Isotta-Fraschini-Fiat Special 1905 coming to Sherborne

The British have long had a history of building “specials” which chances are, the first one may have been built well over 100 years ago. A special is just that, a car which is sometimes custom built with the use…

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Aston Martin – Bertone Jet 2+2 shown by owner Barry Weir

First seen at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Rapide based Bertone Jet 2+2 was the unquestionably the most elegant and spectacular Aston Martin at the show. It celebrates both the centenary of Aston Martin and also the 60th anniversary…

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Another Star of the Show – the Lotus X1

This model is the first of the S2 cars, with the Formula 2 style double wishbone suspension layout. The new car was given by Chapman to the most successful club drivers of the 1956 season. Alan Stacey took delivery of…

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Another Star of the Show – the Lotus 58

The Lotus 58 was conceived at a radical approach to the Formula 2 category for 1968. The advent of wider tyres and aerodynamics was predominant in design thinking. The radical layout of the 58 showed, with a De Dion front and…

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A Star of the Show – the Lotus Nine

This Lotus 9 was fitted with only the second Coventry Climax fitted to a racing or sports car. It still has that engine, not fitted currently to the car.  One of 26 produced. The car has retired from racing and…

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A Star of the Show – The Lotus Eighteen

This 18 was built in 1960 as a Formula 1 design, shipped to South Africa (less engine) and delivered to Sid Van de Vyfer and Alfa Romeo expert, who fitted a 1500cc engine the then current F1 engine capacity. He…

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