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Little Classics News: 26 March 2015

Hundreds of Classics Expected for Gaydon Spring Classic

Heritage Motor Centre

The popular Gaydon Spring Classic takes place at the Heritage Motor Centre on Sunday 17 May with hundreds of classic cars gathering, aged 20 years and over. Entry into the grounds is free and those arriving in a qualifying vehicle can visit the Museum on the day for just £5 per person.

This year’s centrepiece will be the Metro 35/25 Anniversary. The Gaydon Fringe will highlight classics of the future, open to individuals and clubs, and has attracted some interesting vehicles over the years.

Jaguar D-Type

Drivers and passengers can also join in with the Spring Cream Tea Run for a scenic drive through the stunning South Warwickshire countryside with views from Edgehill and the Burton Dassett hills. The drive ends with a delicious cream tea served at the HMC ‘Junction 12′ Café.

The cost of the run is £22 per car (driver & passenger) which includes the Rally Plaque for the car, entry to the Museum and a cream tea for 2 people. Additional passengers cost £11 per person. Vehicles can arrive from 9am onwards with the Run starting at 10:30am. The Cream Tea will be served from 3pm - 4:30pm and the Museum closes at 5pm.


For more information please contact John Bishop, Club, Groups & Rallies Senior Co-ordinator on 01926 645032 or

For information about the Heritage Motor Centre visit


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