NH Show of Dreams to Benefit Charities

Each year the British Car Club of New Hampshire puts on their annual Show of Dreams to benefit the New Hampshire Food Bank and the High Hopes Foundation. It’s a great show and this is the 21st rendition.British Car Club of New Hampshire - Show of Dreams Poster However, registrations are lagging a bit from where they were last year and, while it’s  regional show, we would like to give this show and its charities a bit of a boost.

Remember, 100% of the proceeds go to the charities—a bit over $7000 was raised last year to help feed hungry kids.

David Townsend of Sports Car Art has attended for the past 4 years and it’s just a great show. He says that although the show is not huge (about 200 cars or so), it is very well run and a ton of fun.

For more information on the show, go to the event calendar listing.

There’s a raffle, a number of vendors including Sports Car Services and Abingdon Spares, tech sessions, and auction items for sale.

Oh, and if you are lucky, you will get to see David’s ‘B’east!  Well worth the visit just for that.

David Townsend's Beast to be at Show of Dreams to Benefit Charities

 

Staff

3 Comments on NH Show of Dreams to Benefit Charities

  1. The SoD is a fabulous local show put on by a great club—British Sports Cars of New Hampshire. In addition to the usual classes of Jaguars, Triumphs, Morgans and other British Marques, they’ve added a modified class for those of us who may have some “improved” British iron. Hope I see you there!

  2. Actually, the ‘B’east would be in the newly crelated modified class (added this year) for which I hope to be deluged with entrants. Not too many British Field meets have a stand alone class for those of us who have gone over to the dark side.

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