Great Day at the Car Show

The Battleship North Carolina as a back drop and the British Motor Car Club of Cape Fear as hosts combined to make it a great day for our club and for all who attended and participated.
Under the spreading tree the our might Cape Fear Miata Club sat comfortable and cool. We were shaded from from the sun by its spreading gnarled branches and sparse smattering of leaves.
The mighty battleship North Carolina on one side and the Cape Fear River with Wilmington’s waterfront on the other side provided picturesque picture frames for the show.
Our Madzas joined a gaggle of British Sports Cars of all nameplates and years. Also, the show included some classic Detroit iron. What better way to show our Zoom, Zoom than to have a line of Madzas and enjoy the company of fellow members. A BIG thank you to the British Motor Car Club of Cape Fear for inviting us to their 20th anniversary show. All that participated received a nice gift bag that included a small dash plaque for participation in the show.

Class ” Z” CFMC Winners were:

1st Place Don Wahl 2008 Miata – True Red
2nd Place Tom West 1990 Miata – Red
3rd Place Ron Carmichael 2015 MX-5 25th Anniversary Ed.

Congratulations!

Car Show Plaque

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