A grand day out with a scenic drive, lunch at Troyer’s Amish farm and splendid desserts at the Ramsey’s home. Thank you Terry and Mary Alice.
July 7, 2018.
Photos by Carole Carter, Ron Kuebler, John Condren, Mary Alice Ramsey, Jeff Caron and Terry Ramsey.
George DeWalder, Dreama and Robert Milks at the MG convention in Gettysburg, PA.
June 17-23, 2018.
The small, 2-car / 3-person contingent from the BBCWNC met at the Flat Rock (I-26) Cracker Barrel at 8:30am on Saturday (23 June) and departed on-time at 8:45am for Forest City. We arrived fashionably early at Fine Line Auto Works (9:30am, instead of the targeted start time of 10:00am) and were promptly greeted by Denny, his wife Suzanne, and his two technicians — Keith and Bill. Good bunch of people! A few other early-birds were at the shop, so we all started to take private tours and do individual inspections of the 10-12 cars that ‘Denny and Crew’ were working on. Impressive workmanship! Running fashionably late (10:30am), the bulk of the FBCC club arrived en masse and filled-up the center aisle of Denny’s shop. FBCC President David Benson welcomed everyone and Denny then proceeded to give the group of 40+ tour-takers a thorough and detailed explanation of how to do a proper restoration — project planning, the quotation process, cataloguing of parts, documentation of the process, metal prep, metal working, wood working (Denny makes his own dashboards!), painting, interior and upholstery … from bumper to bumper. It was quite the education!
Photos by John Condren and Bob Yannacci.
Nearly 20 BCCWNC members and guests gathered for a BYOM (Bring Your Own Meat) BBQ and summer get together on Friday, 22 June, at John & Jeanne Condren’s home. Joining the party were four (4) new club members! The first arrival (Scott Monfort) parked his shiny MGB at 3:00pm and officially started the party. Fearless Club President, Mitch Andrus, was the last to arrive (about 6:30pm) in his top-down MGA but had to quickly enjoy dinner … as the weather radar showed bright yellow, orange and red storms approaching the community of Dana (just east of Hendersonville). Most members who brought their British cars headed home about 7:00pm and, sure enough, the rain rolled-in at 7:30pm, although only a light amount. A few people stayed and sat through the brief rain storm and then enjoyed the evening by the fire-pit. The gathering officially shut-down at 9:15pm. It was a great evening and John hopes to make this an annual event.
Photos by John Condren.
10th Annual Great Scot! British Car Show with MG as the featured Marque.
This event is part of the Greenville Scottish Games. Rainy weather resulted in the cars being parked on the parkway drive rather than on the grass and turnout was down with only 39 cars participating.
May 26, 2018.
Photos and report by John Condren.