|A total of 12 club cars attended the Ford Centenary Day.|
|GT40 Number 1089 in a special display area.|
|Above is Ford's famous MkIII DWC 8G, looking positively splendid in the sunshine. This is 1107, the seventh and last MkIII ever built.|
Left, the GT70 was not intended as a track
car but a rally car. Dreamed up by rally legend Roger Clark, it was
produced in 1971 but had a very short history. It was uncompetitive
and was dropped when the Ford RS1600 appeared.
If you want to know more check out Roger's book 'Sideways to victory'.
|There was a competition for
car of the day, not a concours event though all six finalists were
The appropriate winner was the oldest Ford on show the Model-T. In absolutely delightful condition, it certainly was a star car from the front and rear (below).
Others in order are 1950's Zodiac; 1960's Thames (Anglia) van and Mustang; 1970's Capri and a 1980's red Fiesta.