Huge rally planned for the Austin Seven's 90th birthday

| 23 Feb 2012

A massive one-make rally is being planned to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of Britain's first people car, the Austin Seven.

The event, being organised by the Austin Seven Clubs Association, will take place from 20-22 July at Warwick School and is expected to attract more than 500 examples, from box saloons to racers and specials dating from the very
earliest of 1922 to the last produced in 1939.

Many of the 60 or so Austin Seven Clubs and Registers are planning
individual stands and displays, plus there will be film shows and rare
archive displays and of course hundreds of Austin Sevens.

Visitors are promised special exhibitions of rare cars, an autojumble and club stands, plus short runs out to local historic centres – Warwick Castle, Leamington Spa and the Heritage Motor Museum at Gaydon.

Other events include a barbeque on the Friday evening, a Celebration Run on the Saturday with a Buffet and Ceilidh in the evening, and a jazz band at the main rally on the Sunday.

On-site full facility camping and trailer parks are available, and catering, with bar, local ales and commemorative merchandise.

Click here for details and entry forms.