August 2018 - The festival of Wheels 2018
What a difference a week makes. Glorious sunshine all weekend at the Festival of Wheels Ipswich. Billed as the largest event of its kind in the South-East, the Festival gathered together the east coasts rarest and most glamorous cars, bikes and trucks. The festival of wheels is a unique event created for those with a passion for motoring in general. Seen beside a MG Midget was the green Cipher.
July 2018 - The green Cipher at a rather soggy Debach car show
Debach airfield and museum held their first classic car day on 29th July, which was very well attended despite the weather. Having had back to back sunshine, we had our first rainy day for months! 70 Classic car drivers bravely turned up in their vehicles including a Cipher.
April 2018 - Drive it day
April 22 was this years 'Drive it Day'. This is a national event organised by the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs. The aim is to get historic vehicles out on the road to demonstrate to politicians and policy makers the importance of the classic vehicle movement. The Green Cipher joined the Roman Roadsters Car Club travel from Marks Tey across the countryside to our venue at on a Kersey Mill and gardens just north of Hadleigh, Suffolk.
January 2018 - Tony Stevens puts the Lada based Cipher up for sale
Tony Stevens informs me that he's looking to sell the Russian Cipher prototype to clear a bit of space. This car was intended to be the Lada Sports Car and is the only example that exists. The car was designed and built by Stevens Research Ltd in the late eighties in the UK under a Joint Venture between Stevens Research, LADA and various Russian, Lithuanian and British interests. Built using Lada Samara mechanicals in the factory at Stratford upon Avon, it's been in storage ever since the Lithuanian Government withdraw from the project. Contact Tony direct if interested via email email@example.com