Bit of Brit in Fallbrook raises funds for Meals on Wheels program
English Motors Show raises funds for worthy cause
Thursday, October 3rd, 2013
Issue 40, Volume 17.
Tim Deshler cleans the windshield of his 1960 Austin Healy Bugeye Sprite at the English Motors Show on Sept. 29. The show was sponsored by Fairbrook Farms in Fallbrook as a charity event for Meals on Wheels. Mike Madigan pushes his 1938 Vincent HRD Rapide motorcycle into place during the English Motors Show at Fairbrook Farms on Sept. 29. Madigan said the HRD Rapide is a very rare version of the Vincent line of English motorcycles. Jim Massman of Fallbrook polishes his 1966 Sunbeam Tiger at the English Motors Show Sept. 29. Massman wears a kilt for these shows and said the Sunbeam Tiger was a Carroll Shelby development of the small English car with a big American Ford V8 engine. David Leigh of Rancho Bernardo enjoys lunch in the elegant rear seat of his 1956 Daimler 104 sedan during the English Motors Show on Sept. 29. The Daimler was originally presented to Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain. Leigh entered the Daimler in the show held at Fairbrook Farms to benefit charity. Gordon and Susan Frevel of San Diego, left, talk with Tom Knight, of Laguna Hills, owner of the yellow 1962 Mini in front. The Frevels were showing their red 1980 Land Rover, rear, at the English Motors Show held Sept. 29. Knight said the Mini was entirely stock, except for a powerful 140 horsepower Honda engine installed in place of the low-powered original. Susan Frevel of San Diego marvels at the size of the passenger compartment of a 1962 Mini compared to the massive red Land Rover (background) that she and her husband Gordon displayed at the English Motors Show, Sept. 29, at Fairbrook Farms. Ron Cappes, left, of Rainbow and Gene Rodrick of Vista
discuss the features of a 1956 Jaguar XK140M OTS roadster owned by Bob and Virginia Huntington of Tustin. The XK 140M was one of the British cars on display at the English Motors Show held Sept. 29 as a fundraiser for Meals on Wheels at Fairbrook Farms.
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