Texas All British Car Day -- October 1, 2000

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All Marque British Car Show

Old Settler's Park, Round Rock, Texas, Sunday October 1, 2000, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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General Information

October 11, 2000: UPDATE!

Once again the show was a huge success, with 108 entrants. Watch this space for news about next year's show. We have a list of winners and a photo gallery. Contact me, Mark Barrington, if you have any comments, photos, or anything else you want to contribute. Everyone involved in putting on the show deserves a big thanks, especially Bob and Barbara Kramer for an excellent job of coordinating the efforts of all of the local clubs.

This was the 10th annual All British Car Day. This year's meet is once again hosted by a committee of representatives from clubs representing several British marques. Last year's event was a huge success, with 110 cars tightly packed into a parking lot at Zilker Park. This year, we are moving the event to Round Rock where we will have much more space, and an opportunity to host a variety of associated events and activities. This year, we will have live music, games, and other events. There will be other British car events the weekend of the show, keep checking this page, we'll post the details as they become available.

All British cars are welcome to register and show and all fans of British automobiles are welcome to come. Fine concours cars and daily drivers are all living pieces of living automotive history and are proudly displayed at this show.

Contacting us

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Map and directions

To get to the show, exit I-35 at HWY 79 and head east about 3 miles. Take a left at Old Settler's Park road, you will see the Dell Diamond (baseball stadium). Follow the signs, about 1 mile into the park. (Sorry, no map yet)


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Noone ever expects THIS.

Last modified: September 10, 2000