We took our Riley car to this event at Bicester Heritage.
When we arrived we were parked in the souped-up car area but they left early and we were later joined by some rather nicer vehicles – next to our OWU 103 (right) is 1969 MG Midget SLV 729G, and 1959 Austin Healey UHR 44 Photo: J Hinson
One of my favourite vehicles is the Volvo Sugga, built for the Swedish Army. 626 YUE is one of relatively few to be seen in the UK. Photo: J Hinson
168 UXS was an interesting 1959 BMC 5-ton once used by their Competitions Department as a racing car transporter Photo: J Hinson
An unusual vehicle to be in use for catering was Ford Thames RSJ 195, although it has apparently been re-engined and re-gearboxed. Photo: J Hinson
Riley RM OXP 935 is patiently waiting a new life Photo: J Hinson
Riley RME VEV 977 is in all-green livery but the shade looks similar to ours. Photo: J Hinson
An interesting early pop-up caravan attached to 1952 Hillman with a pop-up bonnet.. Photo: J Hinson