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The Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally, held on Sunday (May 20th) always gets a great selection of cars and lorries attending but this year was spectacular. A fantastic turnout, you only had to see the queue for the ice cream van, food stands, the public carpark and the crowds to see how successful this rally was. Even The Bar run by Dayla Sold out of Beer! Everyone enjoyed themselves on what was a beautiful sunny day. As always there was a wide variety of different cars, vintage Lorries and Motorbikes.
The Dog show was popular, giving a different aspect for those not quite so like minded when it comes to motors.>br> The Chiltern Hills Rally has always been well respected and loved for being “one of the first shows of the season” for the classic car owners who look forward to getting their vehicles out of the garage, and catch up with friends from near and far.
Every year they have their usual returning entries that book early, but the late entries (people that decide on the day to come with their Vehicles) amounted to nearly 400 vehicles.
This year there was an Austin Metropolitan, a Volvo 480 which came all the way from Belgium just for the show, lots of Mk1 Ford transit vans and a lovely selection of Triumph Heralds and Ford Escorts and Cortina’s, and even an Indian Motorcycle.
With this years rally done, next year’s rally will start to be planned and will be a speical one being it's 25th Anniversary.
The show would like to thank everyone and every business, it's impossible to mention all of them but special thanks must go to Dayla Drinks, Eros Tool Hire and Aylesbury Fire Systems. Their help and support is always invaluable.
The date for next year’s rally will be Sunday 19th May 2019.
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