Sunday, 27 October 2013
Manchester City Chevrolet at Ewen Fields
Last Sunday afternoon the sun stayed out long enough to cast shadows across Ewen Fields where a classic car rally was held in aid of SSAFA, a charity that provides practical support and assistance to servicemen and women, veterans and their families.
Next to the ice-cream van was a stand hosted by the Irish Fusiliers.
In the foreground is MCF1C, a Chevrolet imported into the UK by Mike Radcliffe and Shaun Donohoe business partners based in North America. They have painted certain parts of the car with faces from a number of players including Nigel de Jong, David Silva and Carlos Tevez as well as the legendary Franny Lee, Colin Bell and Mike Summerbee plus an image of Sheikh Mansour.
The Chevrolet, which was built in 1975 cost 15,000 euros and the two owners paid 5,000 euros to transport the car to Manchester.
See front and rear views of the car on Hyde DP Xtra.
A contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday.