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Old 26th September 2020, 13:06   #1
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Default Barry Pitts (Beejay) Memorial trophy

Every year since Barryís death, we (the north Lincs and Yorkshire crew) Have been awarding Barryís trophy in his memory to the best standard 75 or ZT (T)

The trophy is normally awarded at one of our local meets.

The winners from previous years are below:


Goldrover 2017





Snetty 2018





Rev Jules 2019

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And due to the current situation, 2020s winner will be announced this evening, myself and Ricardo have chosen someone virtually, as obviously we cannot attend any shows at the moment.
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Old 26th September 2020, 19:08   #3
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And the 2020 winner is.......

























Elroy

Well done Roy, send me a pm with your address and Iíll get the trophy posted up to you.

Well done mate.

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Congratulations Roy well deserved
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History of the Sunspot ZTís and 75ís.
No.1. MG ZT V6 190 failed itís MOT in 2011 and is still rotting on the driveway. Owner refuses to sell. Location Hayling Island.
No.2 MG ZT. 160. Fate unknown.
No.3 MG ZT. 160, is my car.
No.4 MG ZT. CDTi. Sold in 2020 for £7,500. 23,500 miles on the clock. Believed to be living in the Lancashire area.
1 MG ZTT. 180 and is alive and well as far as I know. Lives in and around the Portsmouth area.
1 Rover 75. 120 model. Fate unknown.
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