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  • The Brap to Birdwood is in today (Sunday 20 October).
  • We've had a fantastic 2019 Classic...but now we want you to get ready to celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of the world's great historic motoring events in 2020.
#baytobirdwood #btb2020
  • The fashions of the Bay to Birdwood were featured In The Advertiser (South Australia's daily newspaper) today. "The Bay to Birdwood is more than just one of the world's great historic motoring events," says Museum Director, Paul Rees. "The event has always had a strong connection to fashion and the fun of dressing up, right from the very first event in 1980. Many of the entrants match their clothing to the era of their classic vehicle, there's a Fashions in the Field competition that people can enter and a component of the points for the Concours d'Elegance award is connected to the period correct attire of the entrant," said Rees.

Click for online tickets here...children under 15 - free!
https://storemotor.history.sa.gov.au/product-category/event-tickets

Click for the full Advertiser article here... https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/entertainment/confidential/look-the-part-to-win-in-bay-to-birdwood-fashions-in-the-field/news-story/9239331c45f709db5fb3524e7156fc78

Photo courtesy of The Advertiser
  • It is well worth beating the queues at the National Motor Museum for one of the world's great historic motoring events, the Bay to Birdwood, this Sunday (29 September). Buy your general admission tickets in advance online. Save your tickets to a device or print and bring along and enter via the online ticket booth on Shannon Street and go straight in. Children under 15 are free. Adult tickets $25 ($20 conc). https://storemotor.history.sa.gov.au/product-category/event-tickets
  • The Sunbeams are shining at the Museum today - over 30 of them are on show as they celebrate their national rally ☀️
  • Greg Newly and John O'Neil visited the National Motor Museum today casually dropping by in this marvellous 1936 C8 Chrysler.

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