Last weekend, I decided to go to the 38th annual Antique Auto Meet that was held in Glastonbury Connecticut and as you can tell from my other postings, I decided to highlight some of the iron that was at the show for this weekend. This posting is dedicated to some of my favorite imports that showed up for this event.
Let’s start with a Classic Porsche 356 Speedster. Beautiful white finish, stunning to look at.
Here is my absolute favorite import at the show. This is a 1968 MGC. Yes, that’s right, and MGC, with a 2,912 cc 6-cylinder under the bonnet. It was stunning, perfect in presentation, and very rare.
This is a very tidy 1971 VW Karmann Ghia owned by a gracious young man named Nathan. He said it was passed down to him by his Grandfather, and he plans on keeping it forever. It’s really beautiful.
This is a 1972 MGB, and it was one of the last years before British Leyland added those horrible black bumpers and raised the ride height. Take a look at the interior shots in the gallery.
Here is a stunning 1983 Land Rover 110 Defender, in right hand drive. The current owner, Jack DiPiazza, has spent a lot of time and money getting this truck into the shape it’s in. There are many Trans-Atlantic phone calls tied up here.
Image source: Copyright 2012 Hooniverse/Jim Brennan (aka UDMan). More postings like this all weekend…
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