Above: Keith Beningfield’s TC at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb, being driven by Phil Glenister with Keith in the passenger seat. Shelsley is the oldest motorsport venue in the world which still uses the original course (since 1905). Below: TC1125 at Bletchley Park in the summer of 2013. Once Britain’s best kept secret (home of the WW 2 Code Breakers) it is now a heritage site and visitor attraction. Codebreaking huts 3 and 6 will be restored and opened up to visitors this summer.
Above: TF4629, now in France with owner, Gérard Chevalier at the wheel. Imported from the US (California) around 5 years ago, the car needed a lot of work but is now running well. The TF is thought to have spent some of its life in Hawaii. Below: TC8221 in Sweden. Formerly UK registration FJB 313, the chassis of this car originally carried a van body (it was one of the 3 TC vans). Re-bodied as a ‘standard’ TC in 1951, it was a race car in the UK before being restored and exported to Sweden.