I don't suppose you have any of the Corsair with the reg number showing ? My late Father had a 2 door GT and I wondered where it went. It got sold minus the engine and box as that had been fitted into our Classic.
I remember it being around the shows a lot, so I'm pretty sure that it will pop up again. Oddly I even say it driving along my street back in the summer, so it's still on the road steveg . I've tried to read the reg after blowing the picture up on photoplop...
Sort of looks a bit like BUE 498, but it could be EUE 498, ofcourse, it could even be something completely different!
Ours was a B reg and a longer number so not that one unfortunately. I would look it up but don't know the full reg. I've only just worked out how to use photobucket, bit late now. All fixed it now, thanks.
This model A pick up belonged to one of my oldest, and best friends. It was a low budget kit, but like everythnig he did it was done to an exceptionally high standard. It and my own '32 RPU were build side by side in a pair of leaky council garages. It was a pretty tough time sometimes, but we had a right laugh building them.
loving the photos especially the early 2000's wheels days at the old grounds, remember walking around there with my dad in awe of the planes you were able to go up and virtually touch!! thanks for bringing back the memories, I only wish the scene was like it was back then, the budget builds and the fun that was had building them for shows like wheels day!