*** Cancelled *** The Show of Dreams is a charity fundraiser to benefit High Hopes Foundation of NH & the New Hampshire Food Bank. The show includes 26 classes of antique & classic British cars plus 2 Non-British Classes; Non-British American & Non-British the World. The field will include: car related vendors, local craft vendors, DJ Entertainment, Demonstrations, Raffle/Silent Auction, Regalia, Kid’s Choice Award, Great food and fun for the whole family. The show is handicapped accessible. Featured Marques: Triumph Stag, TR7 & TR8 The 2020 Show of Dreams is Sponsored by: Davis & Towle Group Insurance Agency, Historic Motor Sports & Sports Car Art. Registration: Pre-Reg.: $30.00; Day of Show Reg.: $40.00; 2nd car same owner: $10.00. Spectators: “Free” Donations gratefully accepted at the gate.
The 22nd Annual Show of Dreams is a fundraiser to benefit High Hopes Foundation of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Food Bank. The show features 28 classes including British V8 Bad Boys & a Non-British Class. The show field will include car-related vendors, local craft vendors, activities, DJ entertainment, BCNH Mega Raffle & Silent Auction, BCNH Regalia, the Hagerty Junior Judging Program, Great Food, and fun for the whole family. Featured Marques: TR6 & Land Rover Cost: Pre-registration: $25.00 Day of show registration: $35.00 Additional car (same owner) $10.00 Spectators: Free (the Show of Dreams is a charity fundraiser; donations gratefully accepted at the entrance to the field)
On Friday and Saturday, July 20-21 the VSCCA will be hosting the inaugural White Mountain Vintage Grand Prix and the long-anticipated track in Tamworth, NH. A 2.5-mile version of Watkins Glen is a good comparison. Having driven it I can tell you it is a fantastic course. The event will be open to pre-war MGs, T Series and MGAs in keeping with the VSCCA car eligibility. Due to local ordinance, it is a muffled event (90db limit) and cars must run period-correct tires (no Hoosiers or slicks). On Sunday, July 22 Nick Grewal will be hosting a concours on his farm in Sanbornton, NH as a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs. There will be a race car class. Car entry is expected to be only $15-20. Anyone headed south from Tamworth will go within a few miles on […]
Join up for the annual Castle Car Show with an incredible gathering of automobiles from the past at this classic country estate. View stunning examples of antique cars dating from the turn of the 20th century in an equally stunning setting. Prizes will be awarded for the people’s choice in the featured category (this year’s featured category is the 1950’s), and the people’s choice outside of the featured category. Food and beverages will be available for purchase in the Meadows by Shannon Pond, where the show will take place. The Carriage House Restaurant will also be open from 11:30 – 3:30, seating on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The Upper Valley of New Hampshire is a wonderful location for a gathering. Lebanon is very centrally located, it is within an hour and a half of virtually every address in Vermont and New Hampshire, only a few hours from Boston, and a little over four hours from the NYC area. Lebanon is located at the junction of Interstates 89 and 91. GOF 102 will be at The Fireside Inn and Suites. This is a nice hotel with reasonable rates.The hotel is within a few miles of the Amtrak station and less than a mile from the Lebanon airport.
The ABRR is based on UK Reliability Runs that to this day continue to run and benefit children’s charities in England. Carried on by the Delaware Valley Triumph Club of PA since 2008, the ABRR spirit is now spreading throughout the USA with multiple regional runs. The ABRR is a challenging and fun driving event that so far has raised more than $215,000 for worthy children’s charities here in the states! The ABRR is not a race. The run is conducted on public roads at posted speeds. It is not a road rally either, as there are no checkpoints or deliberately vague and misleading instructions. The ABRR Teams travel in groups, taking care to keep the cars together, making group stops as necessary. The ABRR is a great fall drive on rural paved roads through beautiful countryside in the company of […]
The Town of Hudson, NH and the Hudson Historical Society will welcome British Cars of New Hampshire for the 20th presentation of the “Show of Dreams” to benefit High Hopes Foundation of New Hampshire and The New Hampshire Food Bank. Featured Marque: AH Sprite, Midget, and Spitfire As always, the Show of Dreams will include 28 classes of antique, classic British cars with trophies presented in each class plus: Best in Show, Best of Featured Marque, and a special prize for Diamond in the Rough. The show field will be filled with car-related vendors, craft vendors, the BCNH Tech Tent, show regalia, the BCNH Raffle & Silent Auction and Great Food. Long time friend of BCNH, DJ, Jim George will be guiding us through the day with information and entertainment. As in years past, the goal of the BCNH Show […]
Antique & Classic Automobile Event at Castle in the Clouds in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, Saturday, July 8, 2017 All production automobiles built before 1980 are welcome. Come and exhibit your antique and/or classic automobile in one of the most beautiful locations in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Register now to get the early-bird rate of $20.00, after June 26th registration will be $25.00.