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The British Car Fayre Atlanta

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They are holding the British Car Fayre in Atlanta this Saturday.

A group of us will be there from the Macon area with our cars. All Triumphs of various types. I will have my white TR3A there.

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"Fayre" is an archaic spelling of several homophones. It can mean a fair as in a market or festival. It can mean fair as in light colored or attractive. It can mean fare as in food.

I personally wouldn't use that spelling for Ye Olde British Car Fayre because I think Ye Olde Car British Car Faire strikes a more immediate chord with folk today.

Being born in the 1600s Tom might have a different take.
 
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Whatever the spelling it was a great event.
A lot of LBC Some not so little as there was a collection of RR and Bentleys there as well as the usual suspects.
A photo of the Triumph section. That is my TR3A in the front row. There were 8 TR3s and Minis as far as you could see.

David
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Looks like a really good event. I don't think I've ever seen so many minis lined up before.
 
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Sorry Ian but it was getting late. Had intended to add more photos today.
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This is a collection of several Triumphs. TR4, GT6 and some others I can' remember what else he had in it.
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No English Fords there.
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