36th Borgward International Meeting Cuxhaven 2010



12 Borgward enthusiasts and 4 cars from the UK converged on Cuxhaven in September to be part of the largest annual Borgward gathering


George Sinclair's Combi waiting for the 8.AM ferry at Dover.

Nick Driscoll resting during the ferry crossing.

We stopped over night in Zeddam at the Hotel Ruimzich

Peter, John, Nick and Rufus after wild boar and mash dinner in the De Lange Waard restaurant.


autobahn lunch stop.

We then drove on to north Germany stopping first at the Hotel Stadt Cuxhaven followed by dinner in the Hapag-Hallen we joined up with who had flown over.


The Hapag-Hallen was built between 1900-1913 and used to book in passengers who were emigrating to the U.S.A. Hundreds of thousands set out from here on Hapag line ships (Hamburg-American Packet company formed in 1847) for a new start across the pond.


Patrick Mollard translating the evening menu.

On Saturday the maim meeting started . The Autojumble wad held inside the Hapag-Hallen


George Sinclair and Robert Steen's display of parts.

Outside the cars were being admired in the sun.


Link to cars on display


Prizes being awarded by Hartmut Loges Chairman at dinner in the Hapag-Hallen

Laurie Leddra Danny Peak
Patrick Mollard
John Wallis
Danny Peak
John Wallis
Michel Gilmore
Rufus Driscoll

Sunday afternoon we headed back to Zeddam

Patrick setting his route home.

Nick Rufus and Peter on the ferry home.

Link to cars on display in Cuxhaven

John Wallis

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