Dave Cragie once again organised his annual stationary engine and classic car show in Southwold next to the model boating lake. We arrived to be greeted by Dave who had already set up his impressive collection of vintage radios in the back of his van. We lined up alongside four Morris Oxford’s and a Morris 6 and soon other Morris Minors completed the line up. Soon it was time to try the coffee and cake at the adjacent cafe, then back to the car to be greeted by the rhythmic sound of the stationary engines. After a chat with other members, it was time to get windswept on the Pier. Back again to the cars and a demonstration by Dave of his radios which included a 60’s transistor that had a slot for a 7inch record, that not only played, but could be turned upside down and still kept playing.
Fortunately, the weather remained dry, so we could get the chairs out and using the cars as a wind break, have a catch up with the other members.