Micro-machines meet in Malvern


Proving size doesn't matter, the National Microcar Rally saw more than 130 vehicles at Malvern's Three Counties Showground from 3-5 September.
Organisers rated this as one of the biggest microcar meetings of recent years.
The event's highlight was a gathering of 13 Frisky cars - thought to be a record. Only 1500 are thought to have been built during a turbulent production run that ended in 1964. Frisky registrar John Meadows rightly earned the Spirit of the National award.
John is the grandson of Henry Meadows, who formed Henry Meadows Ltd to initially build engines and gearboxes, then later the Frisky.

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