Kim commented to say he was there to cover a Nimbus motorcycle team for the Nimbus club magazine.
The most impressive car was the 1914 American LaFrance (in the background above photo) with its 27 litre Hispano-Suiza V12 aircraft engine. It has chain drive to the rear wheels, wood wheels that take three days to balance, and brass wheel balancers that weigh up to two pounds. Previously the engine had been used for a homebuilt Spifire project.
In the above picture it is lined up against the dark 'Il Drago Ruggente', a Swedish special built to look like a 1920s beach racer. It too has a 27 litre V12 aircraft engine, but from Isotta-Franchini. Both engines are from the 1930s. The car has a 55 litre oil tank, and was trailered to Rømø Motorfestival behind a modern Auburn Speedster.
The green Flathead V8 Ford on the second pic (below) was driven to the rally from Munich, Germany, 640 miles away. "