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It becomes more and more apparent that members of the Mercedes-Benz club as well as others really enjoy seeing my cars.
Various people have also written about my cars in magazines.
Article 2A-E: Mercedes-Benz Club article about my Adenauers. A world War II Mannschaftswagen (Troop carrier) in the October 2007 issue. Article 18A-B: Ponton restoration by client Ian Pollard. Article 19A-B: In the November 2008 issue was the regional report about the MB clubs visit to my place.
Article 3: Mercedes-Benz Club event at Newby Hall in July 2004. Article 7: MB Club event at Paxton House in the September 2005 edition. Article 15A-C: Article in the MB Club magazine in the October 2007 issue about the Newbay Hall event. Article 16A-C: Write up in the MB club magazine about my peoples car, the MB 170H Cabriolet and a few other cars. Article 17A-C: Concours Day at Sparkford with the MB Club. It all happened the very first day after the dreadful floods in Morpeth. Article 20A-B: In the December 2008 issue of the MB club Gazette was the regional Star Event report about the clubs visit to my place.
Article 1: Article in the March 2004 issue of the Automobile about the discovery of my 1923 Benz. Article 14A-C: Mercedes-Benz Club article about my L 1500 S.Article 24: Small article about the clubs visit to my restoration workshops in September 2008. The car in the pictures is a 1937 Mercedes benz 230 (W 143) Cabriolet B under full nut and bolt restoration. Tempelhof is certainly a very impressive building and very suitable for the occasion.However, I was a little disappointed as there were very few prewar cars there.Over the years that I have been collecting Mercedes-Benz cars, some have stood out.Some have won prizes and some I have just enjoyed driving in private.