Bay to Birdwood Classic To Stop Rundle Street!

With around 90 classic vehicles on display, this is a car enthusiasts dream…

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The Bay to Birdwood is coming to Rundle Street in the East End on Sunday 13th September. Around 90 classic vehicles of the 50s, 60s and 70s will be on display on Rundle Street, Vardon Avenue and Ebenezer Place.

From 12 noon until 4pm Rundle Street and surrounding Ebenezer Place and Vardon Avenue will be closed to traffic so people can wander amongst these magnificent vehicles, get a closeup look and chat to the owners.

The display will feature the very best of classic vehicles including a 1970 Mercedes Benz 280SL, 1968 E Type Jaguar and a number of Corvettes, Ford Mustangs and Chevrolets… More than enough to keep any car enthusiast and otherwise very happy!bay to birdwood

There will also be a fine display of Australian classics like the EH Holden, 1960 Chrysler Royal (built in Adelaide) and Ford Falcons.

Plus there will be entertainment by retro band Raunchy Sugar who will entertain the crowd from 12:30pm to 3:30pm and the Legends Rock and Roll Community Club will perform some rock n’ roll dancing.

Mal Hyde, Chairman of the Bay to Birdwood says, “It is the loyal support of historic vehicle owners, admirers, spectators and local communities that have sustained this great South Australian event over the years and we welcome people to Rundle Street for a preview of these vehicles a fortnight before the big event.”

“It is also the support of great South Australian businesses like Maras Group that we can stage this great event for the South Australian community and historic motoring enthusiasts,” said Mr Hyde.

Mr Steve Maras, Managing Director and CEO said, “Maras Group is a strong believer in putting back into the community. The Bay to Birdwood is a fantastic iconic South Australian event and we want to showcase a little bit of it in the East End of Adelaide. Businesses around Rundle Street, Vardon Avenue and on Ebenezer Place are excited about hosting the event.”

The Bay to Birdwood Classic is taking place on Sunday 27th September and everyone should get down to line the streets and watch the cavalcade of historic motor vehicles or enjoy the fun family day at the National Motor Museum in Birdwood from 10am to 5pm.

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