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Overcast skies and rain showers meant that only one aeroplane showed up for the traditional Easter Saturday opening of Sywell Aviaition Museum … but the chilly weather didn’t stop more than 20 MVs supporting the event. A plaque to mark the 100th anniversary of the RAF and the 90th year of Sywell Aerodrome was donated by 378 (Mannock) Squadron, Air Training Corp and a crowd gathered to watch its unveiling. On show were 12 Willys, Ford and Hotchkiss Jeeps (one carrying a Welbike), Land Rover TAC-R2, Land Rover 110, Land Rover Lightweight, Land Rover Ambulance, Renault Saviem, Dodge Weapons Carrier, Plymouth Sedan, DAF T244 and GAZ 469.      

Land Rover TAC-R2 with the museum's Hawker Hunter and Canberra

Recently-acquired Renault Saviem ambul- ance will be converted into a camper

Air cadets unveil their plaque

Ben Brown's Jeep with Welbike

Spot the dummy . . .

Plymouth Sedan with Dodge Weapons Carrier

Vintage Songbird May Blossom finds a stage in the back of an ambul- ance

Tony Patrick's Gaz 469 arrived towed behind a Jeep but he soon had the faulty fuel pump sorted

MVTSEM secretary Neill Elliott used the occasion to plug our Lancaster pilot talk on April 5

Going Dutch ... DAF T244