Amongst the assets left to the trust were two beautiful cars that have been steadfastly maintained by an enthusiastic group of amateurs. Keeping these old girls on the road is no easy task but seeing them out and about makes it all seem worthwhile. One was recently used in a photography competition near the keepers house (Ed: I can only assume it won…?) , whilst the second recently was passed on to a new home where an enthusiastic volunteer was ‘asked’ to take on the ongoing maintenance. Both are MGs (one 1930s and the second 1950s vintage) and are a testament to the original British engineering by those that have kept them drive able. Toot Toot!
A fine showing of the MG J2 out and about. Photo courtesy of Pauline Dagnall.
The Trust’s 1951 MG TD