RREC Central Southern Section
Past Events

Sunday 23 October 2005

The fine weather continued and we benefited from another lovely Autumn day. Tony Leach, our esteemed Chairman, was on a golfing holiday in foreign climes which led to a change in BW's. Dennis (Electric) Windows ably stepped into the breach, taking over the organisation with his usual efficiency.

Despite major holdups on the A27 at Arundel, due to roadworks, fifty members and friends arrived in twenty-four Club cars. These included Simon Buck's Freestone and Webb bodied Silver Wraith, which he told us he acquired from The Real Car Company in deepest Wales, three weeks or so ago. This led to a great deal of admiration and examination by the car park approval committee! Among the many notable cars were, Ches and Karen's, much travelled, 1924 Silver Ghost, Ray Thatcher's 1933 Phantom II and Darren Collin's 1935 3.5 litre Derby Bentley.

An excellent meal, in good company, followed by coffee was enjoyed. As always, we ended in the car park, with yet more discussion about the cars.

Peter and Mary Seamer - Section Members

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Enthusiasts admire Simon and Andrew's new acquisition, a 1952 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith by Freestone & Webb, WOF58. Photos: Ian Burt