Following the last post of Alvis success in Switzerland we received a further hundred or so photos from Arie Wubben who clearly has an eye for detail in his subjects. Some of these photos have been added to the page Swiss Meetings.
This one captures the unique roof line of this Graber:
Another Graber entered its first National U.S. Concours, Radnor Hunt, and won first place in their “Debutante” class – cars shown for the first time at a major concours –
A downloadable Register of TD21s as they left the factory has been added to the page TD21 : 1958-1963
In the UK, Pre-War Prescott attracted some thirty cars and these photos from Edmund Waterhouse give a taste of the event
Meanwhile the September Diners at Bowcliffe joined the usual car park.
We were also able to test drive our “new” Standard 8 Projector kindly donated by Norman Silk so we can view our old films.
If you have any Standard 8mm films that need converting to digital technology, we can now help!
A Graber TC108G Special has won the public vote in the Zurich Classical Car Awards on 18th August.
Also receiving a Special Prize of the Jury was the TC21/100 Tickford…
Twenty years ago the Swiss Graber contingent came to Blenheim Palace to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the AOC and the report of their attendance was included in Bulletin 471 which is available to download, and also in more detail on 2001 Blenheim Palace AOC Jubilee