'Regardless of Risk' - My Motoring Days in Classic Cars
|1949 MG TC at speed in the Las Bielanski near Warsaw.|
Black with an Apple Green Collingburn interior and correct fawn fabric tonneau cover
|Rev Counter on the 1949 MG TC|
Note the Apple Green Rexine dash covering, carefully matched to the leather upholstery by the Collingburn brothers- all correctly in period for the 1949 model
|MG TC - period company promotional photograph somewhere in an England that scarcely exists today|
It is unlikely many of you who read my classical music blog also share my passion for classic cars, but I have recently begun writing for a new, rather glamorous, Polish, large format quarterly car magazine called 'RAMP'.
The first article they asked for was about my life with classic cars - a tall order. I entitled it 'Regardless of Risk' - the risks were mainly financial I might add.
I will not burden my blog with what is probably a minority interest compared to the music of Chopin but if you would like to read about this subject and see some excellent photographs of a 1949 concours MG TC in action click on:
https://www.box.com/s/zzhp7vjlzho4po288ypn (English language version)
https://www.box.com/s/73rztlrf2xfafr9ub00u (Polish language version)