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:: [ More Warding-off Covid 19 - Fidlers Field, Godstone - August 2020] ::

The following photos are by Bozi Mohacek.
 

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In view of the continued spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, the SVVS Committee had earlier taken the decision that SVVS could not organise meetings within the Coronaviarus Regulations and that therefore all our outstanding published meetings are CANCELLED for the rest of the year.  It was however agreed that Members can meet privately, as they have already been doing within the Regulations, and can arrange private meetings and outings, but that these could not be under the SVVS banner nor within the responsibility of the SVVS. Two such events are being organised by Malcolm Ward in Fidlers Field, Godstone, and are made open to SVVS Members to attend but entirely at their own risk. This approach is generally in line with decisions taken by FBHVC and other major car clubs. The second meetings was held on Wednesday 26th August. Photographs by Bozi Mohacek.



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" Fidlers Field 2 " meeting was attended by 20 vehicles with an interesting mix of vintage, classic and modern cars, as well as a number of 'specials'. The silver Ronart Jaguar V12 Special we have seen before, but not the red one which had the 6l engine. The silver BMW Special was also new to us. The two American battlecruisers belonged to potential new members. Most cars had only the driver so total number of people attending was well under the 30 limit. Everyone respected social distancing or were in their family groups without reminding. Weather was great despite the unpleasant named storm  the day before, and again the next day, The ground was dry and solid from the otherwise dry summer, with deep grass so obviously ungrazed by animals for the duration. 


    

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The silver BMW Special was new to us. It is a Marlin BMW Prototype based on a 1970 BMW 320 donor car with a 2L Engine. It was a one-off prototype  which did not eventually go into production. Marlin were a specialist sportscar manufacturer in Trobridge in Devon making a number of models including the vintage Alfa loolalike Sportster and the 450+bhp 5EXi  lightweight mid-engined car powered by VW, also available in trackday or race versions.

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