Setting up the Saab stand

This afternoon I went along to The Bath and West Showground to help GWS and SWS set up the Saab stand for this weekends classic car show.
Ten Saabs in total for all to see. I did a quick video of the work being carried out for you to see.

There are also a few photographs, as well as a video of a 2-stroke reversing, to been seen at my Flickr site for those interested.
After the show, sometime Sunday night, I will add a few more photos to the same set. Quite often you find more classic Saabs in the “Classic Car Park”. Please enjoy or if you are in the area, come and say hi…

Chris Ivory
Member

As. due to work commitments, I could not help with the setting up, I’ll be helping to man the stand tomorrow.
Judging by previous years, we will be very busy!
Come along and say hello.

phermansson
Member

Cool video Robin 🙂

Ægir
Member

+1

rune
Member

That video prooves that not only are the cars fast, but Saab drivers are also very quick on their foot.

Chris Ivory
Member

First day – VERY busy!
…and some good news, too, that I’ll keep quiet about,

Chris Ivory
Member

Just heard the further good news.
Congratulations all around..

Marque
Member

Robin, checked out all the pics, one of the most beautiful classic Saabs setup, enjoyed it big time, thanks for the fantastic effort!!!

David Dallimore
Member
I have been organising stands at the Bristol Classic Car Show for well over twenty years but have never, in all that time, had such an amazing weekend. All the time and effort put in to getting the stand together by everyone who displayed, got its just rewards. So I would like to thank you all for making it a truly special weekend. In no particular order: David, for washing down his 96 Bullnose, parking it and winning – see below. Clayton with his lovely green 96 for his continued willingness over the weekend to be there to answer questions… Read more »
David Dallimore
Member

I am unable to edit my previous post so:

Not forgetting of course Robin Morley for his continued help and assistance.

Apologies Robin!

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