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A huge field of entrants made the event a spectacular success on both days, one for European, one devoted to American. Highlights of the show included a large variety of classic Italian machinery alonside some of the most modern of exotica. The organisers have really pulled off there aim of bringing together cars of every era. The overall winner of the event was a dual-cowl Duesenberg. Sundays European day even managed to coax out an ultra-rare Lamborghini Diablo Jota. Also present was Alex Roy’s team Polizei…

1937 Delahaye 135 Figoniet Falaschi Torpedo Cabriolet

Delahaye 135 Figoniet Falaschi Torpedo Carbriolet

1966 Shelby Cobra 427 CSX 3270

1966 Shelby Cobra 427 CSX 3270

1991 Lamborghini Diablo Jota Americana

1991 Lamborghini Diablo Jota Americana

1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT

1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT

Audi R8

Audi R8

BMW M1

BMW M1

Ford GT Gulf

Mercedes-Benz Gullwing

Team Polizei’s BMW M5 Interceptor

Enjoy a 14 pages long picture gallery here!

[via Supercars.net]

6 COMMENTS

  1. I’d love to see more events like this in the UK, Some lovely Alfa pictures along with the supercars.net pictures. Really great photos for a brilliant event.

  2. In short because it was a factory upgrade to the SE30 which gave it 595bhp instead of 523bhp. There was supposed to be 28 of the kits made but only 12 its thought actually made it onto customer cars. 2wd, 125kg lighter, no ABS and really, really fast. This all makes it on a par with the GTR of the Diablos later years and thats why it’s coveted as one of the best Diablos around. I hope that this explanation helps :D I think JK from Jamiroquai crashed one IIRC…

  3. The Alfa was lovely. A ’42 6C Cabriolet. I have never seen another like it. Wish you could post pictures of it. It was best in class and was runner up for best in show. I also heard that it won Peoples Choice but they only give one award per car at Greenwich so the PC aard went to another car.

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