About The Twenty Second Annual British Motorcar Day at Chateau Elan


Make plans now to attend The Twenty Second Annual British Motorcar Day!

If you appreciate the classic designs of British automobiles you won’t want to miss the largest gathering of these fine cars in the southeast. Approximately five hundred examples of these machines and about 5,000 spectators will converge on Chateau Elan for what has become one of the best automotive events of the year. Every major example of British car is usually well represented from the elegant Rolls-Royce to the rugged Land Rover. See hundreds of examples of all of the great marques that defined sports cars for several generations; the MG, Austin Healey, Lotus, triumph, Morgan, Jaguar, Sunbeam, Jensen, Aston Martin, TVR and those flying shoeboxes, the Mini-Cooper binary options trading in india.

It’s always fun to look for the little known makes that some owners bring up to exhibit. The nice thing about this event is that the cars aren’t all expected to be immaculate – We appreciate those “Diamonds in the Rough” as well. Organizaers would like to encourage everyone to drag their old British Iron (or aluminum) out of the barn and come join the fun. Spectators are welcome and admitted free.

British Motorcar Day is an annual social gathering of all of the British Car Clubs in the Atlanta, Georgia region.
It provies a chance for car enthusiasts to gather in a beautiful setting and admire the unique characteristics of the many distinctive automobiles that have originated in Britain. Since this is a social event and is not a judged show, the organizers encourage all owners of British cars to participate – you do not have to be a club member to bring your British car.

Spectators are also welcome and admitted free. All proceeds of this event are donated to charity. This year’s selected charities are: The Marietta Lion’s Club, The Rotary Club of Marietta Metro and selected other charities.

This event is held rain or shine so don’t let a cloudy sky keep you from joining in the fun. On the rare occasions that we have had a rain shower in the past, it has blown over quickly and we’ve still had a great time. Remember that a little rain never hurt an English car (it may however cause it to stop running temporarily).

So keep a stiff upper lip, bring the brolly and the wellys and a can of WD40 and join us at the largest British car event in the southeast.


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