Classic car lovers will meet in Soham in April for 500-mile Triumph rally
PUBLISHED: 12:50 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:50 14 February 2013
COMPETITORS from all across England will meet in Soham in April to take part in a classic car event.
Club Triumph cars and crews will depart from The Cherry Tree in Soham on Saturday April 13 at 6pm on an overnight 500 mile navigation rally that will finish at The Old Stone Trough, near Kelbrook.
Classic Triumph cars dating from the late nineteen fifties to the seventies will compete in the rally.
Standard Triumph Motor Company, who later became British Leyland, produced a range of affordable cars between 1945 and 1984 which were exported throughout the world.
Club Triumph is a nationwide car club of dedicated users of renovated Triumph cars.
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