Despite incredible rain, we had a large number of TVRs, including five Griffiths, one Tuscan, and a RHD car with Griffith 400 body and Tuscan badges.
The largest non-TVR presence was the Mini Club, with no less than five cars and a diner (really! I'll prove it). The Mini Club won the award for best club display. The most heroic group was the Apine 310 club, which came with two cars out of twenty eight that are in the United States.
Gerry and Delores Sagerman attended the show and banquet. Another suprise guest was
Bill Seitz, who worked for Jack Griffith developing and building the Griffith cars.
Left: A view of the Jomar racer. This was the only fiberglass bodied Jomar roadster. All other roadsters had aluminium bodies.
Next: Another view of the Jomar.
Center: the line of Griffiths and Tuscan(s).
Fourth: Ban The Bomb tail lights say "Griffith 400", badges (see next picture) say "Tuscan".
Fifth: A Tuscan.
Sixth: The horde of Minis.
Right: The Mini Club's Armenian Grill.
Jack autographs everything.
Brad and Jan wash Jack's car before the show.
Gerry Sagerman (left) and Jack Griffith (right) discus a Griffith with it's owner.
Last updated on 29 May 2001