Over 100 classic cars as well as classics of the future, will reunite at the popular Autumn Classic & Fringe at the British Motor Museum on Sunday 25 September from 9:30am - 5pm.
This year's event will see visits from the Jenson Interceptor Club and the Micro Kiers Cars from Japan. Entrance is open to both clubs and individuals at the cost of £9 per person payable on the day, when they come in a classic car. Entrants will also receive a FREE tea or coffee upon arrival and entry to the Museum and Collections Centre.
Individual car entries for owners to show off their vehicles are very much welcomed. For those without a classic of their own, they can view the display for free and just pay normal Museum entrance fees should they wish to visit the Museum as well. Visitors can expect to see over 150 classics gather outside the Museum.
During the event the new Collections Centre building will be open, where visitors can see the reserve collections from the British Motor Museum and the Jaguar Heritage Trust, as well as the newly refurbished Museum.
Simon Carr, Clubs & Rallies Co-ordinator at the British Motor Museum said "Our Autumn Classic is the final gathering of the season for all classic and fringe vehicles.
The event is expected to attract a vast range of different classics and is a fabulous day out for likeminded individuals".
For more information please contact Simon Carr, Clubs & Rallies Co-ordinator, on 01926 645105 or .
To find out more about the British Motor Museum please visit the website at http://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk or call 01926 641188.