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Jaguar Enthusiasts Club classic car show at Woodland Waters. Malvin Ward and Christobel Christopher of Ruskington, with their 1961 Jaguar E Type. EMN-160915-160026001
Jaguar Enthusiasts Club classic car show at Woodland Waters. Malvin Ward and Christobel Christopher of Ruskington, with their 1961 Jaguar E Type. EMN-160915-160026001

Bodywork was polished and chrome gleaming for the South Lincolnshire Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club Classic Car Show last week.

Local club member Chris Ward said: “We had a great day at Woodland Waters in Ancaster.

Jaguar Enthusiasts Club classic car show at Woodland Waters. L-R Peter Cremer of Grantham - winner of Best in Shoe for his 1958 Alfa Spider, Colin Noddings of Gratham with Ella Noddings 6 - winner of Best American Car for his 1948 Chevvy Stepside Truck, David Sullivan of Louth - winner of Best Jaguar for his 1958 XK150 (pictured), David Clare - chairman of JEC. EMN-160915-160042001
Jaguar Enthusiasts Club classic car show at Woodland Waters. L-R Peter Cremer of Grantham - winner of Best in Shoe for his 1958 Alfa Spider, Colin Noddings of Gratham with Ella Noddings 6 - winner of Best American Car for his 1948 Chevvy Stepside Truck, David Sullivan of Louth - winner of Best Jaguar for his 1958 XK150 (pictured), David Clare - chairman of JEC. EMN-160915-160042001

“The sun shone on all the highly polished cars, mostly Jaguars but any make of car was welcomed. There was almost every type of Jaguar, from SS100 and E type to the new F type sports and the latest F pace SUV.”

They had around 150 cars on the day. The Best in Show award was won by Peter Cremer, with his Alfa Romeo Guilietta Spyder. Also attending the show was the Best in Show winner from the Stamford Car Show held the previous weekend, a Jaguar E type V12 owned by Chris himself.

There were numerous trade stands and children’s entertainment, including model boats on the lake and a Spitfire fly past in the afternoon.

Entry was by donation to the Lincs and Notts air ambulance and the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club will be rounding up the money collected to £1,000.

Jaguar Enthusiasts Club classic car show at Woodland Waters. EMN-160915-160101001
Jaguar Enthusiasts Club classic car show at Woodland Waters. EMN-160915-160101001

This is the third year this event has been held at Ancaster and Mr Ward said it would be repeated again at the same time next year.



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