The British Classic Car XIV car show was held on April 2nd, at the Historic Columbia Speedway is Cayce, SC. It has been a part of the Tartan Day South Highland Games and Celtic Festival for about 10 years.

DJ Rick Wrigley, who hosts a show at WSCFM, kept everyone entertained with 50’s, 60’s and 70’s music throughout the day.   Rick has provided entertainment our show for 10 years.  In addition to that great music, we were treated to a special performance by the City of Greenville Pipes & Drums Celtic group.

There were 156 cars in the show, making it our largest show to date. The array of vehicles was a spectacular sight to see. In addition to the large array of MG’s, there were Austin Healy’s, Aston Martins, Mini Coopers, Triumphs, Jaguars, Morris Minor, and 1 Lotus. Joining the show this year, BCCMC hosted the annual Sunbeams of the South and SAOCA Invasion clubs, as well.

Congratulations to John Scott, whose 1963 Jaguar Mark 2 won Best in Show.

Special thanks Randy Yaussy who chaired the event.  Donna Stanfield led the registration crew, Ron Platt, and his group that coordinated parking, Roland Griffin and Carol Gelhaus and the many who provided refreshments for the club welcome tent.

Next on the event calendar is Speed and Beauty Concours D’Elegance and Fly in, hosted by the Three Rivers Region PCA on April 24th.  Information about club events, this show and registration can be found at BCCMC.Com.

The Registration Crew

Best in Show John Scott

A few of the 30 plus Sunbeams in attendance

The Austin Healey line