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HUSH Chairman combines his love of Italian Cars and Bikes with fundraising

26th July 2011

For the third successive year, HUSH Chairman Paul Santoni is organising the only event in Scotland which will bring together Italian cars and bikes at Hopetoun House near Edinburgh.

Come along on Sunday 14th August and see your favourite Italian automobiles from Lamborghini to Fiat and Ducati to Lambretta in the setting of one of the countrys finest stately homes.

In addition to the numerous cars and bikes, there will be club displays, trade stands, Italian themed food and drink as well as the opportunity to exploring the grounds of Hopetoun and the visit the house (for a small additional cost).

There is also going to be a special Gandini/Bertone display, which will include: Lamborghini Countach/Diablo/Espada/Jarama/Miura, Ferrari 308GT4, Fiat X1/9, Alfa Romeo Montreal, Maserati Khamsin and other Italian cars that he designed. If you own one the cars designed by him then please get in touch with event organiser Paul Santoni at (telephone 07831467360)

All trade exhibitors will be approved in advance by Hopetoun House and will be subject to a contribution of 50 to Hopetoun House + 50 to HUSH.

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