Luton Hoo hosts garden party for classics


Variety was the order of the day as a Ferrari F40 sat alongside a Frazer Nash Mille Miglia and a charming early Morgan three-wheeler at Classics in the Walled Garden on 30 June.

With no club parking - "I always lump 'em all together," explained organiser Peter Madden, "because it looks better that way." - it certainly made an interesting spectacle.

More than 600 vehicles turned up at the Luton Hoo estate, including Phil Brown's 30,000-mile AC 3000ME from 1985, and a Ferrari 365GT 2+2 which was first owned by Carry On director Gerald Thomas.

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