British Motor Trade Association Dinner with the Stars
Saturday, March 2, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
Colonial Heights, VA
Meet the Stars of the British Motoring World
as the British Motor Trade Association visits Keystone Tractor Works on Saturday, March 2nd.
This is a rare opportunity to meet the people whose magazines and articles you’ve read for years and to shake hands with the folks from whom you order parts. Ever wonder about the person who gave you technical help by e-mail or phone or the guys who actually rebuilt your distributors, gauges, and many other components? These are the people that help keep your British Cars fun and on the road!
Each ticket includes admission to the Keystone Museum, catered dinner by DeFazio's, and two complimentary drink vouchers.
If you have never been to the Keystone Tractor Works, you’ll find it to be cool, combustive and fascinating.
Come experience the last century of agricultural heritage incorporating fully restored antique farm tractors, ongoing restoration projects and other farm related equipment. Keystone offers visitors more than the farm with a time warp of antique road trucks, classic cars, vintage gas pumps, oil cans, automotive signage, clocks, advertising posters of yesteryear and so much more!
To add to the ambiance, there will be an impressive display of the area's top British cars. Don't miss this rare opportunity to be a part of this evening with the Stars of the British Car World.
Admission is only $45 per person. Tickets will not be available at the door. (Space is limited, and tickets must be purchased by February 26th after which no refunds can be given.)
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Classic Automotive Events of Virginia, Inc.
Classic Automotive Events of Virginia, Inc (CAEVa) was established to promote the study, display, preservation, restoration and maintenance of classic, historically significant automobiles. CAEVa hosts, organizes and sponsors classic motor vehicle oriented events, such as rare and unusual motor vehicle shows and displays, rallies, tours, parades and other such events. The proceeds generated from the organization and sponsorship of such events are distributed and donated to qualified exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3).