RUGBY, Tenn. — British cars and bikes of all descriptions will be on display on Aug. 23 as Historic Rugby celebrates its U.K. roots with a British Motorcar and Motorbike Show free to spectators.
This is the fourth year for the show, according to a news release.
"Last year saw a large number of MGs including five T series from the early 1950s," said show organizer Charlie Bunnell with the co-sponsoring Plateau British Car Club. "They all arrived under their own steam. Jaguar, Triumph, Austin-Healy and the original Mini were all represented as well as the less common Ariel, Lotus, Sunbeam and Rover."
Early registration is ongoing, with a reduced registration fee until Saturday. Registration forms are available at www.pbcctn.org/Rugby. For other details, contact Bunnell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 931-210-3732 or 931-210-3742.
Spectator admission is free. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. EDT. Directions are at www.historicrugby.org.
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