Vancouver, British Columbia – The 24th edition of the All British Field Meet (ABFM) car show in Vancouver next May will celebrate 100 years of the Morgan Motor Company, and pay tribute to the 50th anniversaries of the Mini and the Sunbeam Alpine.

The show will be held May 16, 2009 at VanDusen Botanical Garden in Vancouver.

“There are not many automotive manufacturers that can claim 100 years of production, so we are especially honoured to welcome all Morgan owners to the 2009 ABFM, which will take place six weeks prior to the official Morgan Centenary Festival in Malvern Link Worcestershire, England,” said Patrick Stewart, co-chair of the event. “We hope to see a record 100 Morgans on the Great Lawn of the Garden next May.”

As in previous years, record numbers of featured marque cars are anticipated at the event. Awards will be presented in 61 entrants’ choice classes, and seven judged classes. More than 570 cars and motorcycles, along with commercial vehicles, will be on display in the Botanical Garden, while vendors will feature British car parts and automobilia. For the first time, the entire event will be “carbon neutral”, with carbon credits purchased to offset the event’s carbon footprint.

For more information or to register a vehicle, visit ABFM.

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