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Cobra club attacks the Rest before lunch at castle

CLASSIC, exotic and supercars made their way around The Rest and Be Thankful as part of an annual driving event.

Stopping off for lunch at Inveraray Castle.

Members of the Cobra Drivers Club got their chance on Sunday August 14 to speed to the top of the landmark and back down several times, using the recently restored private road, as part of the club’s fourth annual event. Classics such as the Avon Cobra 260, the Sunbeam Tiger and the Ford Mustang were present as they cruised their way up the hill course alongside their more modern counterparts, such as the Ford GT.

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