– Tom Hillmann It was a beautiful Saturday on June 9th when the NJ Triumphs Association once again held their Touch of England all Brit show on the park like grounds of the old Victorian mansion in HoHoKus NJ known as The Hermitage. While Rick McCurdy brought his Tiger to the Bash a few weeks (more…)
This great write-up of New England events was submitted by David Kellogg. If you want your event to show up on the calendar, please use the form here. There are several standout summer car events scheduled for the greater Boston area this year, with a couple further afield. Each promises an excellent opportunity to gather (more…)
If you want your event to show up on the calendar, please use the form here. 2018 DelMarVaCar Show List Download the pdf and shine up your car!
The 38th annual Original British Car Day took place on Sunday June 7th at Lilypons Water Gardens in Adamstown, MD. This event has become a mini-tradition for the Chesapeake region members and we had a good turnout this year with 28 people attending. Six Tigers and two Alpines represented the marque with a strong showing (more…)
The 7th annual Brits on the Lake car show took place on Sunday August 9 in Port Perry, Ontario, a small town on Lake Scugog about one hour northeast of Toronto. This year, Mother Nature cooperated with a spectacular sunny warm day, so a record turnout of over 300 British cars was expected. While the (more…)
Another great British Car Day held at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. British Car Day is hosted annually by the Toronto Triumph Club, on the third Sunday of September. Since its inaugural event in 1984, it has grown in leaps and bounds, and now draws over 1,000 British cars, many flea market vendors, and 8,000 spectators, (more…)
Anybody know what year this was? A sleeping giant legend returns. The Hershey Hillclimb was held for the first time in 32 years the weekend of 20 and 21 April. Thirty-year or older race cars ascended the 7 tenth mile scenic service road to Hotel Hershey. Although rain showers were in the area they stopped (more…)