Goodwood is mainly a car event, so lets face it cars were everywhere and of amazing stature indeed. Here is a small sneaky view on what was going there on 4 wheels to close the Goodwood trilogy. Enjoy and hope to see you there next year!
A pleasure to go after you Sir…
Sir Sterling Moss was there.
E-Type race grid.
Scottish C Type?
Fabulous Bugatti Type 59. Probably one of the best autos I’ve ever encountered.
The Fabulous 1951 Hudson Hornet. One of my favourite american cars with their huge 5.0 liters straight 6 engine.
Affordable rad classic: The Ford Falcon.
Friends & Bentleys…
Big boys grin.
Dusty “murdered” black Gullwing. BUG 55? COOL!
Surfing Woodies rule. Sold at the Bonhams auction.
This unique special MB 170 was built for a Body Shop in New Mexico and was no doubts my favorite car in the Parking Lot. Its owner; a fine gentleman from Dusseldorf, had had it for over 25 years. Since the moment I saw it, I fell in love and approached its driver so as to try and offer him any/all of my “camels” in order to make a deal, which he kindly refused. “My kids would be greatly dissapointed if I ever sold this car, as they grew up in it. One day it will be for them”. I was sad by his refusal but, in a way, happy that the cute van was adored at home.
Bentleys are real COOL. As Ettore Bugatti defined them we adore “The fastest Truck on Earth”