by Dave Hutchison


With a thunderstorm forecast, nearly a 100 pre-registered cars showed up for the second annual Rebels & Redcoats on July 6th in Washington's Crossing State Park.

May 18, 2019

by Dave Hutchison

After way too much rain, the skies cleared and the sun shone brightly on our twenty-fifth Spring Open House!  Perkasie borough had blocked off Fourth Street between Walnut and Spruce to provide ample parking for all who brought their favorite British or classic car. 

Novemer 18, 2018
by: Dave Hutchison

 2018 Before We Put em away

After a half a foot of snow three days earlier, we managed to clear the street on our block and we were pleasantly surprised to see the large number of vintage cars and friends who came out for our annual Before We Put 'em Away Run.

By Dave Hutchison

Last August, we attended LOG 36 in Princeton. It was a very nice well-run event. At the banquet it was announced that LOG 37 was to be held in May in Birmingham, AL, at the Barber Motorsports Park. Sounded interesting to me since it stirred memories of when I had the opportunity to get a ride on the track at Barber in a Seven back in 2004 at the first LOG in Birmingham. It was also announced that they planned to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Lotus Super Seven. Ok we are in! I offered a client transport of his Seven, rented a trailer that would hold two Super Sevens, found a friend who wanted to join the run, and soon Al Anspaugh and myself joined of a twenty-Lotus-car, for a two-day caravan to Birmingham!

By Pete Rohrbacher
If you missed this event at the Simeone Auto Museum you can enjoy a view of all the cars. Thanks to Pete Rohrbacher for uplloading this video.



By Dave Hutchison
After the hall darkened, the F1 engines roared to life in the sleepy little Pennsylvania theater as images of racing mostly from the other side pond flashed across the screen! Dave Hobbs, Leigh Diffy, and Steve Matchett ran down the isles to a rock star entrance as the sold out house cheered them on. David opened by saying "Who knew? Sellersville, Pennsylvania?" An image of the recent Ferrari win at the season opener in Australia with Vettel jumping in the air captured the energy that everyone had after the season opener.

by Dave Hutchison
On a bright sunny Friday morning about forty British cars including and their drivers gathered together at McKenzie’s Pub in West Chester, PA for the start of the 2016 America’s British Reliability Run. Why a pub at 9AM? Well, McKenzie’s Pub was to be the planned destination of our 600-plus mile adventure, but more about that later.

It all started about 15 years or so ago, when one Triumph owner said to another, “Do you want to go to England” to get some parts at a “TR Spares Show?”. “Spares” is parts in the Queen’s proper English. And so it began. For many years the Stoneleigh Park Triumph Spares show was the “go to” place, myself joining in the pilgrimage on what became the largest group, in 2003. About of a dozen of us from our local Triumph club, the DVT went on a 3-day adventure to rummage through parts bins looking that that bit made of un-obtainium here in the states. Gearboxes and overdrive were disassembled in hotel rooms that later made theirway to our cars and Carlisle.

By Jan Wessel
In June of 2011, the Great Race went from Chattanooga, TN to Bennington, VT and happened to pass by Hazleton, PA for a lunch stop. Having seen the notice in the local newspaper, I decided to go and welcome in the racers. This is where I was first introduced to the Great Race. Being able to see these rally prepared motorcars and speak with some of the teams planted a seed, the seed of a desire to participate in this adventure one day too. What else could be better? To prepare a classic car and experience the back roads of the U.S. as one would have more than 50 years ago. This is where my passion behind the old car hobby lies: the sight, smell, sound, and pure feelings that bring you back to the days gone by, days far before my own time! And even better is to use a vintage motorcar with purpose, to have a challenge that needs to be overcome.

By Bob De Lucia & Dave Hutchison
Photos by Charlie Frick, Motorcar Studios and ABRR photographers.
On a quiet cul-de-sac in the sleepy hollow of Quakertown, a “British Invasion” was about to disturb the bucolic neighborhood. Thirty-two “Teams” were descending on the area on a beautiful, sunny, and brisk October Friday morning. This was the start of the 2015 America’s British Reliability Run.