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Classic Cars, A Directors Passion

Classic Car Passion gets Graham (CVS Ltd Director) fame at last!

Graham Harbord Director and one of the founder’s of CVS Ltd has a real passion for classic cars, its no surprise really considering he has been working in the motor trade all his life.  However this week, on the hottest day so far this year he found himself in front of the Practical Classics Magazines photographer Matt Howell.

The article about Graham and his cars will be published soon and once it is we will link it here, but whilst we wait in anticipation for his interview and the photography to be printed by the magazine…. here is a sneak preview of what the fuss is all about!

Will he ever make a cup of tea for us again? Diva alert!!!

 

classic cars - Graham - Practical Classics Magazine

Graham with his Riley being photographed by Matt Howell, clearly very comfortable about being in front of the camera!

1948 Riley 1.5 RMA

1948 Riley 1.5 RMA

2002 BMW 530D Saloon

2002 BMW 530D Saloon

1955 Austin A30

1955 Austin A30

1978 MG BGT

1978 MG BGT

1990 Ford Fiesta

1990 Ford Fiesta

2006 Jaguar 1.4 XK8

2006 Jaguar 1.4 XK8

And here are a couple more photos from ‘The Shoot’…..

Practical Classics Photo Shoot

Organising the classic cars to get the best photo……..who brought the tractor, and should it stay?

Classic Cars 1948 Riley

Riley being the star car, should you really be using the roof as a table?

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