This Week’s Events (September 2 – 8, 2022)

Upcoming events listed in Irish Vintage Scene magazine:

2nd to 4th September: Imp Club in Ireland weekend away at the Dunsilly Arms Hotel, Co. Antrim; for details, call 087 9883450.

2nd to 4th September: Garden of Ireland Vintage Car Club’s Liam Kelly Memorial Run, with registration at The Grove Bar, Delgany, Co. Wicklow from 9.30am; for details, call Eileen on 087 8329235. Accommodation available for one or two nights at the Parkview Hotel, with BBQ on Sat night; for bookings, call Samantha on 01 2015603, quoting Liam Kelly Run.

3rd September: Autojumble & Sale at Castleinch, the large indoor & outdoor venue on Callan Road, Kilkenny; for more details, call Michael on 087 2787077.

3rd & 4th September: The Royal Irish Automobile Club’s annual Pioneer Run, for cars of 100 years old and older, based this year in Moyvalley, Co. Kildare; for details, call 01 6775141 see

4th September: Millstreet Vintage Club Autumn Car Run; for info, call Luke Hurley on 086 8805437.

4th September: Donegal Vintage & Classic Car Club Kilderry Muff Show at Muff Village, in support of the Kilderry Muff Club; for details, call Tommy Powell on 0044 (0)79 73299785 or John McCauley on 0044 (0)79 02538904.

4th September: Bandon Vintage Run, Bandon, Co. Cork, with full details to follow.

4th September: Highdown Hill Vintage Run in aid of Irish Cancer Society, meeting at noon in Greenogue, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin; for details, call 087 4307051.

4th September: Clogh Vintage Club vintage road run from Cloneen Hurling Club, Clogh, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, with registration at 11am. Strictly vintage vehicles only, open to car, tractors, motorbikes, pushbikes, etc; for more info, call Tom on 087 2130432.

4th September: Rylane Vintage & Veteran Club’s 2nd annual vintage car & tractor run, with registration in the church car park, Rylane, Co. Cork from noon for 2pm start. All welcome; for details, call Steve on 085 1380167.

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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.



Gracing the cover of our September 2022 issue is one of the most special and important car models of all time – this year marks the 100th birthday of the one and only Austin Seven, and to celebrate we bring you a bumper seven-page feature on Herbert Austin’s baby. Our second featured car couldn’t be more different, a rare, fast and exclusive Bitter CD coupe from the mid-1980s, the brainchild of German former motor racer Erich Bitter.

Our tractor feature this month delves into a collection of Lanz Bulldog tractors based in Co. Laois, and owned by a life-long fan of the marque. We are delighted to feature a Brough Superior motorcycle in the magazine for the first time, a JAP V-twin-powered 1937 11.50 to be exact, while our commercial vehicle feature showcases a 1972 Ford D-Series that was rescued from the briars and restored as a lockdown project by a father and son team from Co. Westmeath.