About the The Amazing Vintage and Classic Car Rally

To be held Sunday 17th September, 2017.

It’s back by popular demand - now the 13th year that World of Country Life has hosted the West Country Classic Vehicle Club’s amazing event! We will have over 100 classic & vintage vehicles visiting the park for the day including motorbikes, cars, lorries and steam engines as well as Southern Troopers, the famous south west costume group, who will bring with them Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Boba Fett and loads more Star Wars characters! All this plus the resident Hall of Transport featuring vehicles that have appeared in Downton Abbey, Mr Selfridge & Parade’s End as well as the Reg Imray Motorcycle Collection and Steam Shed packed full of vintage tractors & steam engines make this a vehicle-lovers’ dream day out! Not forgetting the children’s indoor & outdoor play areas, the Deer Train Safari and all our regular daily activities - goat walking, animal bottle feeding, small animal handling and the Hawkridge Birds of Prey Flying Display - this really is a memory making day out for the whole family - see you there!

- James Turner - West Country Classic Vehicle Club     

Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-3.365887 (LONG) // 50.619149 (LAT)

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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

The Amazing Vintage and Classic Car Rally Contact Details

  • Contact Name: James Turner
  • Organisation: West Country Classic Vehicle Club
  • Address: World of Country Life, W Down Lane, Sandy Bay, Exmouth.
  • Postcode: EX8 5BY
  • Phone: 0139 527 4533


Within a radius of 13 miles:

#0.1 miles   World of Country Life
10.2 miles   Renault Spares
10.5 miles   Ottery Motor Services
11.9 miles   Gorman Metals Ltd

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