Our 17th annual show has a new venue! We searched hard to find the perfect place. A place where you and your family can enjoy the cars and much, much more! We are sure that we found it and hope you agree. Skippack Village, located on Route 73 just east of Route 113, is our new home. Our festival show field is in the center of town, surrounded by shops, boutiques, and crafters of all kinds. Enjoy a snack or grab lunch in the village, then stick around after the car show for dinner in one of the many restaurants – simple to high-end. Round out your day by taking in a show at Playcrafters. Keep the fun going all weekend by staying in one of the limited rooms that are available at the Hotel Fiesole. Car show registration opens […]
All British marques welcome, Lake Erie Community Park, 10924 West Lake Road, Lake City, PA 16423. Lovely setting overlooking Lake Erie. Shelter, and restrooms. Food Available. 50/50 raffle. Show will be 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM Registration begins at 10:00 AM. Admission to the public for viewing is free.
This joint convention of the Sports & Touring Club and the Austin Healey Club of America is set for September 18-23, 2022. We celebrate the 70th anniversary of the debut of the Austin Healey at the Earls Court Motor Show in London in 1952. Austin Healeys from across North America and from Great Britain will be attending this event. We have many exciting activities planned for this week-long get-together of Austin Healey enthusiasts.
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is preparing to celebrate its 40th Anniversary in 2022. The event is honoring Porsche as their Marque of the Year and the Kastner Cup Triumph Race is coming to the PVGP Historics! The dates are set with Race Week starting July 15 at Pittsburgh International Race Complex for the PVGP Historics, followed by ten days of motorsport events culminating with the vintage races through Schenley Park on the July 23/24 weekend. Burton Morris is working on the poster for 2022 that will feature the Brumos Porsche 911. We can’t wait to see it! There is something at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix for anyone who has a fondness for things that go “vroom.” The following schedule contains more information and links to register. See the Photo Galleries and learn how to get involved as a volunteer. Learn […]
One of the highlights of the Pittsburgh Grand Prix Race Weekend in Schenley Park is British Car Day, sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Triumph Association (WPTA). It features 500 of England’s best sport and luxury automobiles. […]
The Philadelphia Concours d’Elegance is the one and only concours in the City of Brotherly Love. Begun in 2017 and becoming a staple in the tri-state car collector’s world- this display of cars is considered to be a can’t-miss event for every car enthusiast who also loves to contribute to a great cause. The Fifth Annual Philadelphia Concours d’Elegance will take place June 25th, 2022. The concours showcases an invitation-only assembly of American and European classic and historic automobiles and race cars. This year’s theme will be the “Celebration of the Snakes – Featuring the Ford Shelby Cobra and the Dodge Viper”. The day-long, fundraising event includes professional judging and awards presented for historical accuracy, technical merit, and style. This year’s classes are Open Cars, Closed Cars, Prewar Cars, Postwar Cars, Sports Cars, and Muscle Cars.
The annual all-British car show held at a wooded park just south of Allentown attracts more than 200 cars from all over the mid-Atlantic. All makes of British cars and motorcycles, old and new, are welcome. Special awards are presented by our panel of judges. No popular vote judging — Just come to enjoy the cars and relax! Registration is $18 in advance by May 31, $25 at the gate. The field opens at 9 a.m., the show opens to spectators at 10 a.m. Food and drinks are available in the large picnic pavilion or bring your own, with music provided all day. See the website for online registration, directions, and more information.
The 24th Annual BRITS at The Village British Car Show is ON!! Join everyone at Peddlers Village in Lahaska, PA for the Annual Brits at the Village Car Show
Annual all-British car show held at a wooded park just south of Allentown attracts more than 200 cars from all over the mid-Atlantic. This is a special post-COVID fall version of the show usually held in June. All makes of British cars and motorcycles, old and new, are welcome. Registration is $15 in advance by September 27, $20 at the gate. The field opens at 9 a.m., the show opens to spectators at 10 a.m. See the website for online registration, directions, more information. NO POPULAR-VOTE JUDGING THIS YEAR as we come back from the COVID-19 pandemic and regroup. There will be some special awards given out, though, to cars selected by a club committee. We will still be parking cars in classes, so make sure to pre-register. Catered food and drinks are available in a large picnic pavilion — Breakfast sandwiches and coffee in the […]
The ABRR is based on UK Reliability Runs that benefit children’s charities in England. Begun in 2002 by Blake Discher of Detroit with help from John Macartney (In the Shadow of My Father, Turn Left at the Pacific), America’s British Reliability Run is a challenging, but fun, driving event that so far has raised more than $300,000 for worthy children’s charities. 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 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 […]
Vintage Imported & American Cars! To 1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1989 Modern classics Best Import Car of Show Best American Car of Show PenDash plaques to first 50 registrants, Awards voted by registrants Cost: $15 Preregistration, $20 day of show The show is the main event at Morrisville Borough’s Labor Day Picnic. A variety of local PD/FD/EMS events, plus a fly-in by a helicopter rescue team! (subject real emergencies)
LANCO MG’s thirty-first “A Taste of Britain” car and motorcycle show. This is a non-judged show 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Pre-registration $20.00, Day of show $25.00 Proper English Hat Contest (free to enter) Food and drink available and food tent Please note: Many of the car show attendees leave early. If you intend to come and see the cars do so before 2:00 p.m.
All British marques are welcome! Judged motorcar and motorcycle show, and a nationally sanctioned Jaguar Concours d’Elegance. The field opens at 8:30 am with judging beginning at 10:00 am. (Please note the date change to August 7, 2021.) Hosted by Delaware Valley Triumph and Delaware Valley Jaguar Club
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is a GO! Executive Director Dan DelBianco told us recently that it is deﬁnitely happening. The whole 10-day festival and the Historics at Pitt Race the weekend before. So British Car Day is also a deﬁnite go on July 24. You can now mark your calendar in ink. More will be forthcoming from BCD chairman Dexter. The 40th British Car Day, produced & sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Triumph Association, will be held again this year in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. In excess of 400 outstanding British cars and motorcycles are expected, and your participation will help Allegheny Valley School and the Pittsburgh Chapter of the National Autistic Society, the two local charities that benefit from the Vintage Grand Prix activities. To date, WPTA has contributed in excess of $169,000 to the […]
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is ready to get “Back on Track” this year. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, presented by the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation, is the nation’s only vintage street race and the largest vintage race event, spanning 10 days with two race weekends, car shows, parties, parades, and motorsport events. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association raises funds for autistic and IDD charities, donating $5.9 million since our founding in 1983. In addition to racing, the event has so many different car shows that they created an overview section on their website just to help everyone keep them straight! Check that out, but also check out the 40th Annual British Car day directly, here.
As part of its annual Independence Day celebration, Washington Crossing Historic Park invites classic car owners to compete in the third Rebels & Redcoats Classic Car Show on Saturday, July 3, 2021, from 10 AM to 2 PM. This unique show features only American, French, British and German cars, representing the four countries involved in the Revolutionary War. Classic show-condition cars from model years 1996 and earlier are welcome. The cost to register each car is $25 online (plus service fee) or $35 on-site. There is no fee to attend as a spectator. Check-in will begin at 9:00 AM and the show starts at 10:00 AM. Winners will be announced at 1:30 PM. First, second and third prizes will be awarded for each country of origin (America, France, Britain, Germany). These prizes will be determined by peer judging.
*** Cancelled *** Hope Lodge is a Georgian-style manor dating to 1743, with rooms furnished in both the Colonial and Colonial Revival styles. The house and grounds are maintained by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Cars & Motorcycles of England, along with the Delaware Valley Jaquars Concours, returns this year to Hope Lodge, a historic home used by Continental troops during the American Revolution. This in an all-British marque judged motorcar and motorcycle concours AND a nationally-sanction Jaguar concours d’Elegance. Car Corral and Autojumble will be available. Held in conjunction with the annual Ales & Petals event at Hope Lodge, which offers tours of the mansion and 18th century gardens, craft beers, food and live music See link below. 8:30 a.m. – Field opens 10 a.m. – Judging begins 2:30 pm – Awards
Fun gathering of British cars and motorcycles, held in conjunction with polo match for “A Taste of Britain Cup.” Non-judged show. Dash plaques for first 150 vehicles; gift for the first 125. Special gift for first 150 vehicles. Vendors, event regalia, food and drink available in 20×40 ft . hospitality tent — tables and seating available. NOTE NEW TIME FOR OPENING OF FIELD: 10 am. for vehicles and registration. NOT BEFORE. Polo match starts at 2:30 p.m. for “Taste of Britain Cup.”
Popular vote show based on marque; also “Best of Show,” “Ladies Choice,” “Diamond in the Rough” and “Club Participation” awards. Voting ends at noon. Flea market area and car corral. Free T-shirts to first 40 pre-registrants. Free tours of Pennypacker Mills mansion included in registration. Food and beverage available, or bring your own picnic. Pennypacker Mills Historic Site’s “In The Good Old Summertime” Festival will be held adjacent to the car show field on the mansion’s grounds. Lots to see and do for the entire family including vintage big wheel bicycles, live music, and Victorian lawn games.
More than 200 vintage British sports cars will be on display when the British Motorcar Gathering is staged at Hellertown Reservoir Park, just south of Bethlehem, in eastern Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. The annual show features finely restored MGs, Triumphs, Jaguars, Austin-Healeys, Morgans, and Minis from every mid-Atlantic state. Classic British sports cars and sedans dating from the 1930s to present day will be displayed in a wooded setting, with separate areas for each make of car. Those registered will choose the top three examples of each class and model of car, with more than 50 awards to be made. There will also be a “Best of Show” award for the favorite car of the day, and a “Diamond in the Rough” award, given to a car which is still on its way to complete restoration. All makes of British cars […]