When: Sunday 4 December 2016
Where: Treasury Car Park
Time: 10.00am to 3.00pm
Entry: $5 ToTuggeranong Men’s Shed
2016 celebrates the 41th anniversary of Terribly British Day which makes it one of the oldest car events in the ACT.
Terribly British Day is organised by the Jaguar Drivers Club and the British Marque clubs in Canberra and supported by NRMA Veteran, Vintage and Classic Insurance, Shannons Insurance and the Council of ACT Motor Clubs.
Terribly British Day to feature Classic XK Jaguars
XK 120 XK 140 XK 150
The 2016 Terribly British Day vehicle display will feature around 25 iconic Jaguar XK120, XK 140 and XK150 sports cars.
Many of these late 1940s to early 1960’s vehicles will be travelling from interstate to form the spotlight display in the Treasury Car Park on Sunday 4 December 2016.
They will join more than 350 other British marques on the day with every make from Austin to Zephyr represented.
Terribly British Day chairman, Paul Sutton, said the TBD celebrates its 41st year this year, making it one of the oldest car displays in Canberra.
‘It attracts British cars from Sydney, Melbourne, the South Coast, Goulburn, Yass, Cooma, Cootamundra, Young, the Southern Highlands and Forbes,’ Mr Sutton said.
‘Tuggeranong Men’s Shed will be the beneficiary of any fund raising at the gate, ‘he said.
The XK Jaguars celebrate their 68th year of introduction with nearly all the 13 models on display – including Open, Drop-head and Fixed-head Coupes. The display is open to the public from 10.00am to 3.00pm.
Terribly British day is supported by Shannons Insurance, NRMA Veteran, Vintage and Classic Insurance, Lennock Land Rover Jaguar Motors and the Council of ACT Motor Clubs.
For further information contact Graham Gittins email: email@example.com, 62515645