I was not looking forward to the drive from the M1 to the venue but arriving early on
a Sunday morning made it a breeze, unlike my last trip to the Capital.
This was my first visit to The Chelsea Auto Legends Show and it was such an
honour to be amongst such prestigious and varied machinery and interesting people.
Pictured left, myself and Frank Newbold deep in conversation about wars, his medals,
cars, and the
Ferrari dealership in Germany where Frank worked for in the early '70s.
Out of the hundreds of cars on display it would be difficult to choose a car to take home, but
in no particular order here are my top five cars:
Ford Mustang ('65) because of the colour - Wild Cherry.
Ferrari 288 GTO because I've always thought it subtle
and superb to drive.
Maserati 250F because it is a stunning user friendly race car.
Jaguar C Type because I've wanted one for a while.
Wolsey Hornet Special "Red Henry" (1934) because it looks like it would be a fantastic car to