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Edition No. 118

Date:- 27 September 2003

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Classic Cars in Southport.

SOUTHPORT roads were invaded by range of classic cars last weekend (20 and 21 September), with every think from Bubble Cars to Ferraris. Unfortunately the bad weather spoiled the show on the Saturday and a procession through Lord Street was not only spoiled by the weather, but also the fact that the road was not blocked off for the cars. This resulted in confused motorists who found them selves in the rally and equally confused spectators. "It is astonishing that the organisers did not arrange for an escort for the rally. The taillights and normal cars made the rally look disjointed and badly organised." James from Southport said. Kim Ashworth from Manchester, who said:- "It is bad enough with the rain making it dangerous for the spectators, but it is worse when the normal motorists get mixed up with them. It just looked a mess. It is a shame as the cars were fantastic and very interesting to look at. It was also hard to tell what was in the rally and what was Jo Public." Sunday sore better weather, but low crowd numbers on the show ground at Victoria Park. 

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