Ideal Brits in the Midwest will head to Ohio this summer
British Car Day in Dayton, Ohio is celebrating its 30th annual gathering on Saturday, Aug. 2. Organizers are expecting more than 325 pieces of British sheetmetal from across the Midwest to attend.
Registration is $ 15, and if you sign up ahead of July eleven, you get a free British Vehicle Day T-shirt. Day-of-present registration is $ 15 spectators are free. Go to www.britishcardaydayton.com to register on the web.
The occasion is presented–and was founded–by the MG Vehicle Club SW Ohio Centre and the Miami Valley Triumphs. The 2 clubs joined forces 23 years ago. Their initial event drew only 25 autos.
The demonstrate offers awards in 37 courses which includes, but not restricted to, Aston Martin, Austin Healey, “Diamond in the Rough,” Jaguar E-Sort, Minis new and outdated, Spitfire 1500 and a handful of Triumph-distinct lessons. In addition, the Rangers Selection, Longest Drive and Greatest of Display awards are presented by the British Museum of Transportation.
Last year’;s Very best in Present award was provided to Greg Sipe, owner of a 1955 Austin Healey 100/4 that has also obtained awards at the Dayton Concours d’;Elegance and a few other British displays.
The automobiles will be on show on the lawn at Eas2od MetroPark on Harshman Road in Dayton. Additional spaces will be filled by vendors with new and utilized automobile elements, memorabilia, complete-support concessions and more than 25 door prizes for entrants.
Dash plaques are assured for the first 325 entrants. E mail DaytonBCD@gmail.com for more details and to register.
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