Thanks to Top Gear, I immediately recognized this as a Morgan - a brand famous for their wooden chassis. Yes, wood.
I wouldn't have thought a Morgan would look so good with a huge wing, but it really completes the car, IMO.
A Royal blue 911, complete with putter prop rod. Painting the engine bay white seems a smart move. You don't always have ideal lighting conditions to work on the engine.
Apparently, someone registered for the event with the number 22 before this owner did.
I didn't recognize the name March, but I now know that they were a British builder of custom F1 and Grand Prix cars from the 70s to the 90s. Thank you, The Internet!
Oooo, a Jaaaaaaag. It probably raced in Le Mans or something. The team at this tent weren't super chatty, but gave the go-ahead to take pictures. So, I don't know anything about the car.
|A four-cylinder F1 motor from (I'm guessing) the late 70s. Intake on the right. Exhaust comes out the left. Jagermeister goes in the mouth.|
Ooooooo, velocity trumpets.
This looked like a Formula V at first, but the massive tires suggest it's something completely other. VW motors don't have tentacles squirming out of the engine like that.
Despite the age of this car (early 80s?) apparently VSCDA regulations don't forbid the use of a little non-accurate carbon fiber, as in the side plates of the rear wing, there.