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Lullaby and Goodnight

Winter is fast approaching. For some it has arrived, and overtaken.

Its now the time most of us have to put our cars away for a winterís sleep.

Where does you car, or fleet, head off for the winter. A ramshackle shack, or a heated, cushioned floor shop cleaner than some kitchens.

Some do not have to put anything away for winter. Send pictures of your stables, anyway.


Elva Allen

Elvaís Mini, Nigel, was not prepared for a very early demonstration winterís wrath!

Nigel is, now, sleeping the winter away with Bill Davies' TR7.

Scandalous, simply scandalous. Pictures coming soon!



David Wood

Bugsy, my Sprite, sleeps in his own garage.
$2,000 dropped in my yard.


David Wood

Just enough room for him and some assorted junk


David Wood

There is ample Mouse Seed scattered at the doors and inside Bugsy. I like to grow good healthy dead mice
Although I have gotten lucky with shipping equipment, mouse seed works better.



Joe Mirizio

Hereís a picture of my car going to sleep for the winter...
Cheers,
Joe Mirizio

Some Kids get Bunk Beds


Glen Donaldson

The Brown Pair gets ready to bunk down for the winter
- just add the covers......
Glen Donaldson


Here in the Southern California desert Winter is probably the best season for taking British cars on the road. The 100-plus degree Summer temperatures have dropped to more reasonable levels, hoods stay down until the evening hours and radiators stay relatively cool.


Norm Kear

In this garage scene, the '51 Mark-V Jaguar is seen hibernating on the left inside. On the right inside reposes the '29 Armstrong Siddeley 15 reposing in its state of "arrested restoration


Norm Kear

Immediately outside sits the '47 Morris 8 in the beginning stages of restoration for which the tools are arrayed. The wheels are off for new brakes and shocks.


Norm Kear

The two Morgans - which live in a separate garage normally - are awaiting a bath. Lots of dust is a chronic problem here.

Best regards, Norm.



Ed Law

Ed Law's Lotus winter tuck up
Do they dream of Track Day?




Elva Allen

Nigel is now indoors!
This is a much better place to wait out winter!


Elva Allen

This is Bill Daviesí Triumph TR-7.
Where is the chaperone?


Elva Allen

Ace, the TR-6 is all safe from winter


Elva Allen

Next to Ace is Bean.
The next question is, "who blew the doors off him?"


Elva Allen

This is Maybellene, she exists quite happily with all of these British cars


Elva Allen

Immediately behind Maybelline is Roger Tipple's newly acquired MGB GT!


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