The Bay to Birdwood is coming to Rundle Street in the East End on Sunday 17 September, one week prior to the main event.
From 10am until 4pm Rundle Street will be closed to traffic so people can wander amongst these magnificent vehicles, get a close-up look and chat to the owners.
The display will feature approximately 80 vehicles from the classic era including a 1971 Chrysler VH Charger, 1966 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe (think James Bond), our resident celebrity from the Fast and Furious: the 1971 DeTomaso Pantera and a 1977 Triumph Bonneville.
There will also be a DJ spinning your favourite tunes of the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s!
Michael Neale, Chairman of the Bay to Birdwood committee welcomes everyone to Rundle Street to what has traditionally been a fabulous South Australian event and attracted a great mix of spectators, loyal supporters, historical vehicle owners, admirers and local communities.
What is truly exciting about this year’s launch is that it signifies the beginning of a whole week of motoring festivities. The Rundle Street event kicks off a week packed full of motoring events around Adelaide, including Motorfest, the Automotive Historians Australia conference and then ending with the Bay to Birdwood. Michael Neale, Chairman
The Bay to Birdwood Run is taking place on Sunday 24 September and we encourage everyone 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.
Maras Group is a firm believer in re-investing back into the community. The Bay to Birdwood is a terrific and truly iconic South Australian event and we want to showcase a little bit of it in the East End of Adelaide. Businesses around Rundle Street East are excited about hosting the pre-cursor event.
Steve Maras, Managing Director and CEO