This Week’s Events (September 23 – 29, 2022)

Upcoming events listed in Irish Vintage Scene magazine:

24th September: 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. 

24th & 25th September: Irish Veteran & Vintage Car Club’s 9th Brass Brigade Rally, for cars up to 1919; for further details, see 

24th & 25th September: Bray Vintage Car Club’s Vintage Weekend, Co. Wicklow, with a run on Saturday and show on Sunday; for more information, call 086 1650353. 

25th September: Legenderry Motor Show at St Columb’s Park, Derry, BT47 6FE, in aid of Kidney Care UK; for details, call 00353 (0)77 20430810. 

25th September: RIAC Cars & Coffee 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. 

25th September: ‘Threshing Cancer’ fundraising event for local cancer support charities at Beaufort, Co. Kerry, with special birthday celebration for Massey Harris and Massey Ferguson; for details, call Brendan Ferris on 087 2604566. 

25th September: Broomhill Vintage Club’s 200+ Classic/Vintage Car, Tractor & Honda 50 Run from Aghabullogue GAA Grounds, Coachford, Co. Cork, celebrating 200 years of Coachford Village; for details, call Tadgh on 087 2426343, Conor on 086 8498160 or Tim on 087 8664729. 

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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.



Claiming the cover spot of our October 2022 issue is one of the most infamous Italian cars of all, but sadly for the wrong reasons – the stylish, practical and lively Lancia Beta was on course to turn around its maker’s fortunes when it was launched in 1972, but some well-publicised corrosion issues unfortunately took over the narrative and ruined its reputation. Fifty years after its launch, we look at what should have been an Italian success story. Our second featured car is a simply stunning 1978 Mini 1000 that was purchased in order to lower with a big set of wheels, but when its owner realised how amazingly original it was, he changed his plans from modification to preservation.

Our tractor feature this month tells the story of a recently restored Massey Ferguson 65 that’s been part of the same Galway family for three decades, our motorcycle feature introduces us to two members of the Irish Classic Racing Association and three of their racing machines from Honda, Suzuki and Yamaha, and our commercial vehicle feature showcases a beautiful 1966 VW Microbus that was rebuilt by its owner after he imported it from the US, where it had been sitting in a field since the nineties!