UPDATED: What’s in your shed competition | RETRO COMPETITIONS
This coming weekend sees the return of the Shed rally at Swadlincote in Derbyshire. We’ve got two weekend tickets to give to the person who sends in the best/most imaginative photo of their own shed/garage/workshop/kitchen table. We’ll be drawing the competition at 19.30pm on Tuesday 28th June, so if you want to be in it get your photo and a few details sent in as soon as possible. Full details can be found here: What’s in your shed
The entries are flooding in today. If you want to show off your shed/garage send us a photo before 5pm Tuesday 28th June. We’ll be announcing the winner tonight at 19.30pm.
My name is Phil Wall ..most people know me as Flip and this is a pic of my workshop. Hope ya like it.
Amongst the scooter parts and scroll saw work I use for my woodwork I also have a kitchen dresser full of toys. Here are some pictures.
Well it was in my shed a few months ago but has now been replaced by a 1969 GP225. This one was a standard restored 1985 GP200.
This is what we have in our shed, granddads T5 Classic and Cai’s 49cc petrol auto complete with banana race pipe.
Cai is a seven year old scooter boy and is looking forward to the Shed Weekender (1st time at Shed) but he has been doing scooter rallies for 3/4 years. I’m a bit worried that he might want the Shed Babes to wash his scooter though…
Cai would love to win the tickets for his bodyguards so they could join us at the rally
Sheena (Cai’s nana and pa)
Heres my stretched Vespa chop, the back end of my scootacar project and my Sprint that one day I will get around to building back up. I spent two hours cleaning the garage before this photo then filled it back up with my miniscoot, my stepson’s chop frame and my brother in law’s scoot is on the ramp for an engine rebuild. I can’t bloody move again.
The attached pic (above) highlights the current predicament of my shed/garage. It mostly consists of a sorry looking Lambretta YPVS 350 yearning for attention, with all parts ‘in stock’ to get it back on the road but a lack of motivation to make it so. There’s also a previously dependable T5 Classic which threw a con rod on the way back from Woolacombe last year (after a round trip of 450 miles whilst towing a trailer) & my current steed, a highly strung Mk1 T5 Kegra 190
Get you some of that!
I’m too frightened to open the door of my shed in case it causes a disastrous avalanche of old and knackered bits of scooter. So here’s a picture of my kitchen table instead.
All the best.
What’s in my shed? Well this and if I don’t fix it I ain’t going anywhere …..