The bodywork is done. The period livery has been studied meticulously from photographs and replicated on the vehicle. The original stripes which were found underneath layers of paint have been colour matched and tediously re-created above the fresh coat of 2K white. I think it speaks for itself.
Thank you to all those who made there way down to visit us on Sunday. The weather was stunning albeit a little fresh first thing. We got through 170 bacon rolls! I was really impressed by the standard of the cars and and enjoyed meeting a lot of new people. Please send us your feedback. I would love to know what you thought. We will be aiming to do this as a quarterly event. We’ll have to see how wintery the weather is but we will aim for February. If you didn’t leave an email address you can sign up to the mailing list on the right hand side of this page and receive updates on the next event. Thanks again for coming.
At this Sunday’s Breakfast Club meeting we will have a rolling road demonstration with Simon Crook and his Lotus Elan 2+2. Come and learn what a rolling road session can do for your car.
CCK Historic are excited to announce a Sunday Breakfast Club to be held on the 3rd Sunday of the month. The first meeting will be held on Sunday 18th November 2012. This is a FREE event. Bring your classics, everybody is welcome. We will provide a bacon or egg roll and a tea or coffee FREE of charge. The CCK workshop and museum will be open with staff on hand to chat and answer questions. Please come and join us for what we think will become a great local meeting for all classic car enthusiasts.
Sunday November 18th, 9:00am
Entry – FREE
Bacon or Egg Roll – FREE
Tea and Coffee – FREE