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The Two Point Six was a highly exclusive machine even when new – the production run was just 2,000 - and the Gerald Palmer designed coachwork, with its slight overtones of the Lancia Aurelia Berlina, must be some of the most elegant of the 1950s.
Bex of Artbybex will be joining us on our stand at the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show, with Discovery! This month at the NEC (Friday 22nd March – Sunday 24th March), we’ll be exhibiting in Hall 5 and Bex will be painting LIVE on our ‘Lancaster Insurance Workshop‘ stand.
At first glance, 272 NHY is a prime example of the early Mini, one that bears the “Seven” badging that adorned all pre-1962 Austin versions. But then you notice that the grille does not quite resemble that of a typical De Luxe model, the two-tone Grey and “Almond Green” paint finish and the elaborate interior. Garry Dickens is the proud owner of an “Austin Super Seven”, one of the most short-lived and fascinating aspects of the Mini story.
Whatever your idea of the perfect motorhome holiday, you’re likely to want to include a visit to a pub while you’re away for a well-earned tipple after a day on the road.
How can you possibly hope to select a personal Car of The Show out of 3,000 vehicles and 300 club stands?
News: STARS OF THE LANCASTER INSURANCE CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW – ANTHONY ELLIS AND HIS POLICE MAESTRO CLUBMAN
The name of the 1992 Maestro 1.3 Clubman that belongs to Anthony Ellis is the wholly appropriate “Juliet Maestro’.