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Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club 2018 Show

Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club 2018 Show

Pembrokeshire Classic Car Show 2018 – Scolton Manor

This year, Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club 2018 Show is held at Scolton Manor near Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire.  It did not disappoint with a large selection of classic cars on display.  Also displaying their exceptional vehicles were Pembrokeshire Vintage & Classic Motorcycle club.  It has been a long time since I last attended a classic car show.  In fact, it was two years ago when I turned up to Carew for their excellent display in 2016.

I try not to turn up to the busier ones as the crowds are too big to get any decent shots.  As to be expected though, it is a busy event so getting something without having someone walk past is nothing new or unusual.  I am used to it anyway.  It’s more about the way vehicles are allocated spaces & it’s usually a cramped up affair.

Many types of different vehicles were on display this year such as cars, motorcycles, tractors, commercial vehicles, lorries & even static engines.  Near the entrance was an autojumble & boot sale.  At the other end, there were stalls for charitable causes.  In all, it was a perfect day.  See below for a selection of images from the Classic Car Show at Scolton Manor.

Pembrokeshire Classic Car Show 2018 Photographs

Below are photographs from the Pembrokeshire Classic Car show.  These images have been reduced in size but if you wish to inquire about them then please contact me.


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Austin 12 with a soft top, in blue.
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An Austin A35 Van in green. The body is similar in design to the A30 except with a more powerful 35 bhp engine.
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A fine example of an Austin Healy 3000 in red. The bodywork for these vehicles was produced by Jenson Motors.


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Chevrolet 3100. A later version design of part of the Advance-Design series running from 1957 to 1955. This would have been one of the last of the design series.


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A rare version of a DeSoto Adventurer. It had a short life of around five years due to Chrysler’s popularity at the time.


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A Ford Thames in green. These were produced from 1957 to 1965 in various sizes & shells.
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Ford Model T.  An early version of a once-popular vehicle that was consequently mass produced. This Model T looks in stunning condition.


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Jaguar s Type in grey at Pembrokeshire Classic Car Show.

Lea Francis

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Lea Francis 14 Estate. A French manufacturer, Lea Francis produced the 14 series in various shells. This is an estate version.


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An MG from 1972 in blue.


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A kit car that began life in 1978. The Midas kit car, pictured above, uses parts from a Mini.
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Another view of the Midas Kit Car.

Morris Minor

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An old Morris Minor in traditional Royal Mail red. A beautiful version of a Royal Mail van.

Robin Reliant

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Robin Reliant in a British flag livery.  And a large cuddly toy inside.


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Series II Rover 2000 TC in grey. Sometimes referred to as a Mark II. This vehicle did not have a good reputation when initially introduced, however, this is a fine working version.


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TVR Griffith in yellow. Produced in the 1990’s.

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