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Microcars at the NEC - 2009

The NMCR regularly organises a display of Microcars at the Classic Motor Show, held in November each year at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

The 2009 show ran from Friday 13 to Sunday 15 November - and WE WON FIRST PRIZE! for "Most Interesting Selection of Vehicles", awarded by the show's sponsors, Classic & Sports Car Magazine.

Presenting the award, Classic & Sports Car Club Awards compère Simon Taylor said:

		“We kick off the awards judged at the show with easily the most difficult category to decide, the Most Interesting Selection of Cars.
		There was a spectacular variety of machinery to choose from around the halls, such as Bexhill 100 Motoring Club’s group, which featured a replica of the Serpollet ‘Easter Egg’ steamer – built for 
		the centenary of the town’s famous race – while the Alvis Owner Club presented its range of motors either side of a Scorpion tank. But both were shaded by a remarkable group of rarities that included a 
		Bond Minicar MkA, a Scootacar and a Zündapp Janus – and when was the last time that you saw all of those together?
		Most Interesting Selection of Cars goes to that fantastic group from the National MicroCar Rally.”

[Simon Taylor is a former chairman of Haymarket Magazines, who launched What Car? and was the youngest editor of Autosport. He was BBC Radio’s F1 correspondent for 20 years and has been the TV commentator for every Goodwood Revival meeting. Simon is Editor at Large of Classic & Sports Car, for which he writes the Full Throttle column.]

A view of our stand

This year's stand had eleven microcars on display. Reading clockwise from the centre, in the picture above:
Berkeley T60 - Messerschmitt KR200 - Peel Trident - Scootacar - Bond Minicar Mark A - Nobel 200 - Frisky Family Three - Bond Bug - Zundapp Janus - Goggomobil Coupe - Peel P50

Jenny Dilks accepts the silver salver

NMCR stand organiser Jenny Dilks accepts the silver salver

Another view of our stand

Another view of our stand

Another view of our stand

A final view before next year

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