So there I was, last weekend, judging the Concours de L’Ordinaire at the exceptional Festival of the Unexceptional. If you had told me at any point in life prior to that moment that I would be instrumental in ensuring a Morris Marina won an award, I’d have thought you quite mad. But there you go. It was a brilliantly awful car – a poverty spec, blue Estate with an enormous black rubber bung where the rear wiper of more exalted models would go, just to remind you how poor you really are.
Thank Frankel it’s Friday: The Caterham 21 could have been a great
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