This Week’s Events (April 15 – April 21, 2022)

Upcoming events listed in Irish Vintage Scene magazine:

16th & 17th April
Wexford Sports & Classic Car Club’s Spring Challenge 2022; for details, see

17th April
Donegal Vintage & Classic Car Club’s Easter Sunday Show at LYIT car park, Letterkenny; for info, call Fergus Cleary on 087 2059826 or Eunan Kelly on 087 2366924.

18th April
Shamrock Car & Machinery Club’s annual Easter Monday classic car run, leaving the Hamlet Court Hotel, Johnstown Bridge, Co. Meath at 11am sharp and travelling to Huntington Castle. New members welcome; for details, call Hugh on 087 2545089.

18th April
Morris Minor Owners Club, NI Branch’s annual Easter Monday run from Fortwilliam Golf Club, 8a Downview Avenue, Belfast, BT15 4EZ, open to all cars registered on or before 31st December 1996; for more info, call 0044 (0)77 1091 1356 or see

18th April
Meath Vintage Group’s Dromone Hills Fun Run, AKA Bruno’s Mystery Tour, strictly for vintage tractors only; for details, call Bartle Browne on 087 2516771.

18th April
Vintage & tractor run in aid of Our Lady of Mercy National School, Carrigahilla, Stradbally, Co. Waterford, X42 D867. All vehicles welcome, €20 per entry. Registration at the school from 11am; for details, call Robert on 087 6529154.

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Full list of this year’s events is available in the Irish Vintage Scene magazine. Buy the new issue in print or digital using the links below.



The cover of our May 2022 issue showcases a now-rare, top-of-the-line Hillman Hunter GLS, a luxurious and potent saloon in its day thanks to its twin-carbed 1,725cc Holbay-tuned engine. This one’s recently been restored by a life-long fan of the model, as his father bought an identical car brand new in 1973. Our second car feature brings us another sporty pairing, this time two very original Series 2 Alfa Romeo Spiders owned by a former rally driver.

Our tractor feature this month looks at a Nuffield DM4 from 1957 that has spent almost all of its life on one farm, while our two-wheeled feature tells the story behind a very racy 1939 Triumph with a competition background and a multitude of performance modifications. Rounding off the features in this issue, our commercial feature goes to a stunning trio of classic Scania V8 trucks – a 141, 142 and 143 – that are shown with pride by a Dublin-based haulage company.

All of the usual favourites are in there too, so don’t miss out – pre-order your May 2022 issue of Irish Vintage Scene right here and receive it before it’s in the shops, with FREE POSTAGE on the island of Ireland!