More than 580 cars and motorcycles, and over 5,000 enthusiasts are expected to attend the 23rd annual All British Field Meet Classic Car Show and Swap Meet. Click image to enlarge
Vancouver, British Columbia – The 23rd annual All British Field Meet Classic Car Show and Swap Meet runs this Saturday, May 17, in Vancouver.
More than 580 cars and motorcycles, and over 5,000 enthusiasts are expected to attend the show, which will be held at VanDusen Gardens at 37th and Oak Street in Vancouver. At least 100 are expected to drive from the U.S. and Alberta to take part in the day’s activities.
This year’s featured marques are the rare Alvis, made from 1921 to 1966, and the MGB, which is expected in sufficient numbers to set the record for the largest gathering ever displayed in Western Canada, including a zero-mileage example. There will also be a special display in honour of Land Rover’s 60th anniversary.
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