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August Amble - 28 August

Organised by David Ross, this years event reverts to the 2014 June Jaunt 'fun run' style. Drives over some of the Angus area’s finest and largely traffic free roads.
As stated in the Regs this is no longer a club event with an MSA approved permit.   Starts at the Clatterin’ Brig Restaurant.
Contact David Ross for full details.

Classic Car Tours is delighted to be working with Waitrose Milngavie, where they will be holding their second “Sunday Worship” breakfast meeting on Sunday September 4th 2016 between 09.00 and 12.00.

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Bo'ness  Hillclimb 3&4 Sept

If your not going to Crofterra then head for Bo'ness and the redesigned event, with change in title of the event to The Bo’ness Speed Hillclimb and Motoring Heritage Weekend. 
The Speed Hillclimb is firmly established in the UK Hillclimbing scene and continues to grow in stature and popularity each year. The Classic Car Show has also grown over the past few years, with the decision taken to further develop this element of Bo’ness for 2016.  [Full Details]

Hebridean Adventure
1 July 2017

Alan Duncan has been drafting an adventure for next year. A one week tour of the Outer Hebrides, travelling over the traffic free roads of Lewis and Harris, with the stunning scenery on Scotland's Western Isles. [Details and register your interest]

Classic Events
This column will publicise other classic car events around Scotland. If you would like your event featured here then email details to

See also the NESCRO website

Peter Humphrey's Triumph TR6

Kirkintilloch Canal Festival - 21 August
Alan Duncan headed over to see the Festival. Starting on the Saturday with bands and entertainment, the roads were closed off on the Sunday from 10am to allow the Classic, Vintage, and Americana (Yanks as Alan puts it), to drive in for the classic lineup. The Kennedy Cupcake and the Jump and Jive Dancers were there too.
Biggar Rally - 14 August
The clouds were forming up to what could have made a wet afternoon at Biggar, for the annual Albion Rally. However the day remained dry for the classic cars, commercials, buses, motorcycles, military, and agricultural machinery arriving from across the country .
Alan Duncan sported his camera and provided a great selection of photos which is a must see.
Three Lochs Classic - 6 August

Great day on the Three Lochs Classic, at the new Balmaha venue on the side of Loch Lomond. Over 30 cars, some dating from 1911, enjoyed up to 60 mile trip round the Trossachs. Weather stayed bright and sunny until all got back for prizes, so soft tops down all the way. Full Story

Entry List
Crofterra Pandemonia   -   3 & 4 September
Latest Entry List on line
Entry list is has now exceeded the  maximum 60 entries. latest entries  placed on the Reserve List.
Two day touring event for Classic, Historic, Sports & GT cars.

One of the best tours of the highlands of Scotland you can find, put together by people who live there, and know all the best roads like the back of their hands. Open to all classic and sporting car enthusiasts.  
Old School Rallying

Promoted by Nescro
Coming Soon - Caledonian 200 - 19/20 Nov
The Caledonian 200 will be a full feature Road Rally with the emphasis on high degrees of concentration and teamwork between driver and navigator, ability to keep to a strict time schedule, navigating, driving skill and physical stamina.

The rally will start at midnight on the night of Saturday 19th November and finish at 0700 on the morning of Sunday 20th November. There will be no rest halts. The competitive element will consist of standard road sections timed to the minute and standard road sections timed to the second. There will be a strict timing schedule throughout. Regs out soon  Details
Classics For Sale
More new classics on the club For Sale page for you to choose from and head out on the road this summer. New is a spectacular 1962 Ford Consul Capri.  Not only are these cars rare, but this one has something special under the bonnet. Perhaps a Triumph TR6, or Herald? Check them out 

Ecurie Ecosse D Type - Le Mans winner
SIXTY YEARS AFTER it won the Le Mans 24-Hours in 1956, the legendary Ecurie Ecosse D-Type Jaguar, chassis XKD 501, has set a new world record by becoming the most expensive British car ever sold at auction. The stunning race car, in original, unmolested condition, sold for $21,780,000 ($19.8m hammer price, plus taxes and commission) at the RM Sotheby’s auction in Monterey, California. Full Story
Goodwood Revival - 9  to 11 September

The smell of engines mingles with the roar of iconic race cars at Goodwood Revival, a three-day September festival celebrating the halcyon days of motor racing with the accompanying glamour of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s.

It’s an unabashed celebration of flat-out wheel-to-wheel racing, around the only classic racetrack in the world in its original form. The inaugural Revival opened on 18 September 1998, when the Earl of Marchdrove around the restored Race Circuit in the same Bristol 400 with which his grandfather, the 9th Duke of Richmond, opened the track 50 years before. It’s now the world’s most celebrated historic motor race event, with revellers soaking up the jubilant atmosphere in period costume. [Full Details]

Welcome to the CCHMSC website. The club runs rallies and tours for historic and sporting cars of all types. You don't need to have a Classic or historic car to join the club. We have plenty of drivers looking for navigators, and marshals are always in demand. [more].

Easy to join the club, download an application form and send it off [Member Application]

Updated 22 August 2016