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PICTURES: Best of British vehicles displayed at Grampian Transport Museum


By Kyle Ritchie

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Grampian Transport Museum held its first Muster event of the summer on Sunday with a Best of British vehicles display.

The Alford tourist attraction opened up its arena for the exhibition.

The event was open to the public but numbers were limited due to Coronavirus restrictions with people having to pre-book their attendance.

A variety of vehicles made in Britain were on display including classic cars, motorbikes, trucks, 4x4s and military.

John Pace from Blackburn in Aberdeenshire was one of the exhibitors who was displaying his MGB GT race car.

John Pace displayed his MGB GT race car.
John Pace displayed his MGB GT race car.

He said: "It is great to be back out at an event like this and see the other owners.

"I've had my car for the last four years and use it for sprint hill climbs.

"It was originally made in 1977 and was an ex-race car."

Displaying his Triumph motorbikes was Hugh Junor from Peterhead.

He said: "It is good to get shows like this going again.

"There has been a lot of interest in the motorbikes.

"I enjoy getting the vehicles out and about and on display for people to see."


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