The much missed Simon Diffey at Goodwood Revival in the B-type Connaught.
KOY500 the Lionel Leonard Cooper MG that Simon did so well in at Monaco in 2008.
Simon & James Diffey with the 37A that held the Prescott class record for some time.
Paul Osborn drove the Emeryson Climax (chassis 1004) at the first ever Goodwood Revival meeting.
Mark Gillies drove the 18/21 (chassis 918) in 1997Mark Linstone drove it in 1998.
Fitted with a 1500cc Lotus twin-cam, 4 different drivers won historic races in this car and the worst result was 2nd place!
Found dismantled in a garage in the 1980s, I don't have any earlier history for this car which has an Aquaplane modified Ford 100E motor.
Ian Burgess car (chassis SP-2-63) restored for me by Hall & Hall.
Unique Swiss built Junior with a DKW engine, used a lot of Porsche RSK components. The beginning of my friendship with Simon Diffey when he drove it at Monaco in 2000.
Frank Williams racing car for Patrick Neve (chassis 761-7) was built using as many used components as possible!
Christian Danner won the first ever F3000 championship in this car (chassis 85B-08) in 1985.
The first ever Climax engined ELva (chassis 1-100-7) built for Alex McMillan and registered MBU309, with a Rochdale F-type fibreglass body.
Zagato rebodied some Alfa Sprint Veloce's with an aluminium body. Chassis 1493-04045 was probably rebodied sometime before 1975.
Chassis U2/3/5 an early U2 with split front axle and coil spring rear suspension.
Chassis 1-100-23, built for Peter Coleman, fitted with an Anglia 105E engine and 4 Amal carburettors.
My 2nd Lotus Junior bought from Leo Schildkamp, who found it in France, unknown chassis number.
My first project, a very original car (frame number AM64), bought from Alan Baillie.
An early Mini based kit car that I've still got - it's a very long term project! They made 30, one won the British hillclimb championship.
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