On the afternoon of Saturday October 15 The All-Party Parliamentary Motor Group and The All-Party Parliamentary Historic Vehicles Group will continue the ninetieth birthday celebrations of HM The Queen.
Ninety British vehicles, representing the cream of the British Motor Industry, will be lined up on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace.
The first is a Bullnose Morris Oxford Tourer which was manufactured in 1926, the last a Jaguar F-PACE in 2016, one for each year of Her Majesty’s life.
The vehicles will be inspected on behalf of HM The Queen by HRH Prince Michael of Kent.
Dan Ellmore from Lincoln will represent 1985 in his Mg Metro 6R4
See picture above.
Dan told The Lincolnite: “I have owned the car since June 2015, I had been interested in owning one for around 20 years in total but as there are only around 100 left in the world finding one for sale and it being a suitable price made for a long wait and an extensive search.
“It is a privilege in itself to just own such a sought after car from an era of such legendary reputation but to receive an invitation to Buckingham Palace to be part of the Queen’s Birthday celebrations is a huge honour.
“To be the car chosen for 1985 for such a unique and prestigious event is incredible.”
This very special event will be supported by both Stewart Miller & Peter James Insurance, The UK’s leading specialist classic vehicle insurance broker, and H&H Classics – Auctioneers for the Classic Collector.