Hayes Harris from Wire Wheels brought a Lotus 2 Eleven which they use to give charity rides, a 2015 Lotus Elise racer and a beautiful 1951 MG TD in Clipper Blue.The Creative Workshop displayed a 1967 Jaguar E-type 4.2 on which they completed a frame-off restoration.Club Chairman Jim Archer, his wife Martha, Car Club Secretary Noel Weinstock and a helpful crew of volunteers manned our Regalia Table; they were very busy selling monogrammed Club items.
The car was characterized by its wedge-shape, commonly advertised as “The Shape of Things to Come” and by a swage line sweeping down the rear wing to just behind the front wheel, having been designed by Harris Mann.
The TR7 was powered by a 105 bhp, 1,998 cc eight-valve four-cylinder transmission.
Club member Brad Baumgartner owns a 1980 TR7 which he purchased in 2011.
It was a two-owner car with 31,000 miles, all original.
Jon Dega, General Manager of Creative Workshop, presented the award this year to Scott in honor of his 30-year restoration project.