Once a year in start November, phreaks of veteran cars exhibit their preserved cars. The exhibition is accompanied by an amazing unique car travel (not a race).
The travel’s course that begins in London is of 60 miles long. Only cars that were produced before January 1905 are allowed to participate.
The spectators can enjoy views that seems to be taken from ancient times. Beautiful cars that no longer exist are displayed, with its colors, nickel and metal parts as if they were produced just now.
The exhibition is held on Hyde Park Corner where it is the most convenient place to watch the cars before departing to its destiny in Brighton.
The course of the convoy passes through Grosvenor Place to Westminster Bridge and A23 road that leads to Gatwick airport, through road B2036 to Pycombe and back to A23 to Brighton.
The ending point is on Madeira Drive where Brighton’s residents held a warm reception to the cars that survived the course. It is marvelous event for ancient cars’ lovers.
Pioneer cars en route
With sunshine for most of the day it was a good year to watch and photograph the cars