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IMP CYMRU

The 2011 Imp Club International Rally     4th – 8th August 2011
Cae Milltir, Llandygai, Bangor, Wales

180 Imps were on the Show and Shine field on Sunday, with another 28 visiting the event. In addition there were over 100 other moderns and visitors.

Runs were to Lanberris Salte Museum, the West Highland Railway and Port Merion .

A track evening was held on Thursday evening at the Anglesey Circuit.

You can click on some of the panoramic pictures to see much more detail but these files are large and will take some time to download.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page to see most of the cars that attended.  or click here (links currently not completed yet will get them all working asap)

To see the Class winners (when available) click here


Hillman imp at Llyn Ogwen

A break at Llyn Ogwen on the journey up to Bangor

IMP CYMRU empty site

The Bangor Site - The Imps are coming

Drivers and spectators assembling for the track evening on Thursday (Click on it for large Image)

 

 

 

 

The Pit Lane

 

 

 

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Some Impers taking a fuel stop on Anglesey

The Menai Bridge view point

Imps crossing the Menai Bridge

Llanberis Pass

Llanberis Slate Museum

 

Llanberis Lake Panorama (Click on it for large Image)

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Port Merion of The Village in the Prisoner

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The Site Full (Click on it for large Image)

Regalia

The Show and Shine Field

Personalised Imps

Singer Chamois

Sport's

Stilettos

Rootes Imps

Vans and Huskeys

Clans and Imp derivatives

 

Show and Shine Panorama (Click on it for large Image)

Presentation of Awards

The Dowlers en route

Blue Skye ahead

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To see the Class winners click here


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