About the SVBCC

A Row of Triumph Spitfires at the annual SVBCC British Car Festival
The Shenandoah Valley British Car Club is dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation of British cars.

Club Activities

Each year our organization sponsors the Annual Fall British Car Festival in conjunction with the Waynesboro Fall Foliage Festival. Some members participate in other car shows both locally and nationally. We enjoy touring in caravans, participating in parades, rallies, autocrosses and other activities while driving our automobiles and sharing the experiences.

What can we do for you? You are encouraged to participate in all our organizational activities! We offer technical information, tips and the moral support necessary in maintaining your British car. You may even find some physical help as most members really don’t mind getting dirty while working on British cars! We can help you locate those hard-to-find parts or an entire car if you don’t currently have one. Our monthly newsletter, On Your Marque, will keep you informed of what’s happening within our organization as well as activities you might enjoy which are sponsored by other groups.

We like to find fun, interesting events to which we can drive. Feel free to join us at an upcoming activity!

Club History

The Shenandoah Valley British Car Club was founded in the summer of 1981 as a local chapter of the Triumph Register of America (the Shenandoah Valley Triumph Association). The group decided to open membership to include all British marques; thus it became the Shenandoah Valley British Car Club. In 1982, the club sponsored the First Annual Fall British Car Festival. We are now the second oldest car show on the East Coast, with regular participation of nearly 200 cars! Our membership is comprised of over 100 families.

Club Officers For 2024

President: Mark Brown
Vice President: Bob Lasater
Secretary: Evelyn Gorman
Treasurer: Bill Krzastek
Historian: Bob Vitrikas
Car Show Chair: Todd Patrick
News Editor: Danny Leech
Membership: Michael Brittingham
Webmaster: Mark Lee

To reach a club officer, please use the “Contact” form.