Last weekend was spent up in Stafford standing on an autojumble stall endeavoring to have a bit of a clear out. Overall the exercise was a success, cash was raised and unwanted parts disposed of.
With the concentration on autojumbling I didn't get much of a chance to wander around the show and when I did it was crowded to the detriment of photography but here are a few images taken during quieter moments...
|This '21st Century Commando' was on the Metal Malarkey|
stand and looked very right.
|Vintage and Veteran were offering a very early Royal Enfield.|
1904 to be precise. I would have loved to have taken it home
but it fell majorly North of my price range.
|Allen Millyard's beautifully executed vision of what Velocette|
might have produced had they manufactured a v twin in the
|Early 75cc face cam Capriolo.|
|Tiny Italians were out in force. Here a Ducati 50.|
|Bonvicini and Velocette.|
|Detail on the Bonvicini.|