The 28th Annual Hunt Country Classic
2024 Date TBD
Advanced registration will begin next fall.
About the Event
This is the 27th annual celebration of our mutual interest in all British Classic vehicles including motorcycles. While there is a competitive element (judging of cars is by popular vote of those who entered their cars), our goal is to share our cars, our stories, and our love of the hobby with others and have FUN! So, bring your prized British Classic out to “The Hunt”, and enjoy the day with others who share your passion.
Award classes are created based on the registrations received for each major marque. Where there are insufficient entries to make up a class, we will provide classes grouped by type of car (e.g. “other”, sedans, sports, cars, etc. ). Dash plaques will be provided as supplies last.
Volunteers are always needed to help with the set up the day before, and to run the event on the day. If you’d like to help, sign up to volunteer.8
RAIN OR SHINE!
It’s been a while, but Speedvision.com wrote this Hunt Country Classic Article about a previous event.
2023 Event Highlights
There will be lots to do in addition to enjoying the cars! There will be music, bagpipes, and beautiful scenery.
There will be special events for young car enthusiasts.
We welcome everyone to come to our show! This is a family-friendly event and a great outing with friends too! Entrance to the show is FREE, with ample parking provided next to the show field for $10 per vehicle. (Credit card machines often don’t work in this remote location, so please bring CASH!)
- 9:30 AM – Show Field & Registration Opens
- 12:00 PM – Registration Closes
- 12:30 PM – Balloting Closes
- 2:00 PM – Awards Ceremony
Great food for all tastes! Have a fresh based scone, with your morning coffee… stay for lunch from one of our food gourmet food vendors. Enjoy ice cream from a local dairy!
Some of the great food options include:
• Talk of the Mountain Seafood – Specializing in crabcakes and shrimp
• Happy Family Farms – Specializing in locally sourced meat for hamburgers and tacos.
• Traveling Shepherd Coffee – An eye-opening drink to go with your scone.
(Credit card machines often don’t work in this remote location, so please bring CASH!)
Everything from accessories and collectibles to maintenance and restoration services will be showcase from participating vendors. Great browsing and conversations!
In 1995, Bill & Barbara Scott opened the gates to their lovely farm to us for what has now become an annual British Car tradition. Barbara has graciously continued to host the Classic since Bill’s passing in 2009. The Willoughby Farm is located in the heart of Virginia’s Hunt Country, midway between historic Marshall, and charming Middleburg. The rolling hills and horse paddocks provide a perfect location for our show.
- -Show will be held on October 8th- rain or shine. Unfortunately, registration is non-refundable.
- -This is a Popular Vote car show. Judging/balloting will be conducted by the registrants.
- -The first 300 vehicles will receive dash plaques.
- -All registered vehicles will be placed in a class for judging and award purposes. Vehicles must be parked with their assigned class to be eligible for awards.
- -Awards are dependent on the number of participants in each class.
- –Ribbon: 1 car in class
- –1st Place: at least 2 cars in class
- –1st & 2nd: at least 4 cars in class
- -1st, 2nd & 3rd: at least 6 cars in class.
- -Winners must be present to receive award.
- -Trailer parking is available. However, no trailers will be allowed on the show field(this includes loading & unloading.). Display vehicles must be driven onto the show field under their own power.
- -No “For Sale” or promotional signs will be allowed in award class display areas.
- -Food & non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.
- -Pets are welcome, but must remain leashed and under direct supervision/control at all times. Check out our “Doggie Buffet” for access to water and treats.October
Directions to the Hunt Country Classic British Car Show
The Event is located at the Willoughby Farm, 7397 Frogtown Road Marshall VA 20115.
From Route 50 traveling East:
At Upperville exit south onto Delaplane Grade Rd/VA-712.
Turn left onto Rectortown Rd/VA-710.
Make another left onto Frogtown Road/VA-702 and travel about two miles to Willoughby Farm on the right.
From Route 50 traveling West:
In Middleburg exit south onto Zulla Road/ VA-709.
Make a right onto Rock Hill Mill Road/VA-702, which becomes Frogtown Road.
Stay on Frogtown Road for 1.5 miles to Willoughby Farm on the left.
From Interstate 66 (I-66):
Take Exit 28, US Route 17
IF coming from the East turn right at the end of the off-ramp.
IF coming from the West turn left at the end of the off-ramp.
Initially the road is US Route 17 but after crossing Main Street it becomes County Road 710 / Rectortown Rd — same road, different name and number)
Continue for approximately 3.7 miles.
Turn Right onto Frogtown Road (also marked as County Road 702) and continue for approximately 1.9 miles to Willoughby Farm on the right.