This Week’s Events (July 29 – August 4, 2022)

Upcoming events listed in Irish Vintage Scene magazine:

30th July: Autojumble, antiques and collectors fair at Nutts Corner market, Co. Antrim. Gates open 8am for public; for more info, call 0044 (0)79 3638 9125.

31st July: RIAC Cars & Coff ee at the RIAC premises on 34 Dawson St, Dublin 2, D02 RF90 from 10am to noon. Tea/coffee and pastries available at €5 per person; for details, call Holly on 01 6775141.

31st July: Bawnboy Festival & Vintage Day at Kilsob, Bawnboy, Co. Cavan; for details, call 087 2631580.

31st July: The 28th Annual Vintage Rally at Inistioge, Co. Kilkenny, with proceeds donated to Carlow Kilkenny Homecare Team; for details, call Robbie on 087 9893024 or Michael on 086 8137591.

31st July to 1st August: National Steam Rally at Stradbally, Co. Laois; for more details, see

1st August: DeCourcey Harvest Working Day at Ballinspittle, Co. Cork; for details, call 087 2667296 or 086 8162529.

1st August: Nenagh Classic Car Club Show, in association with the North Tipperary Agricultural Show, at the showgrounds on Borrisokane Road, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, E45 TN92. All classic and vintage cars welcome, with special theme/area for estate cars. Exhibitors are asked to arrive before 12pm if possible; for more info, call Declan on 087 8531903 or Brendan on 085 1387114.

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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 August 2022 issue goes to one of the most beautiful cars we’ve featured in a long time – this 1951 Jaguar XK120 is not only an extremely rare Irish-built example, it has a unique back-story and a racing history on both sides of the Irish Sea. Our second featured car is another rarity, an Edsel Ranger two-door, of which less than 6,000 were built in 1959 by this ill-fated brand. 

Our tractor feature this month is a little left of field as it tells the story behind the restoration of an early seventies JCB 2D Mk2 digger, in order to gift it to a beloved father who had bought one new in 1976 to start his own business ventures. Our motorcycle feature revisits the story behind the outrageous six-cylinder Honda CBX Super Sport, while our commercial feature showcases a Leyland FG that’s been restored to absolutely stunning condition by a Dublin-based enthusiast.