Since launching the website we have been inundated with enquiries wanting to show their cars at the Cowfold 2020 Village Festival. Celebrating what’s great about Cowfold.
If you have any ideas on how to show the cars for the 2020 Village Fete or would like to get involved in some way we would love to hear from you.
What determines a classic car? According to classic cars magazine, it is this…..
For many, mention the term “Classic Car” and in this country at least, the vehicles that spring to mind will be some of the well-known favourites from the 1950’s 60’s and 70’s – for example, the smaller Austin Healey Frogeye Sprite, through MGA & MGB and the various Triumph TR’s to more expensive sports cars such as the E-Type Jaguar, as well as saloon cars from this period, including the Morris Minor, Triumph Herald, Ford Zodiac, and Mk II Jaguar to name but a very few. Higher end models such as the Aston Martin DB 4, 5 & 6 and the Jensen Interceptor amongst countless others are well known to many as all-time classics, as they have deservedly been for many years now. No doubt in years to come, cars from the 80’s and 90’s will be considered as having achieved classic status – in fact you could say that this is already the case when you think of the MK3 Ford Capri or Sierra Cosworth for example!
Cowfold Festival Classic Cars
Previous Cars At The Cowfold Fete
Previous cars at the Cowfold Fete include Ferrari Dinos, rare Jaguars, Aston Martins, Triumph Heralds, Stags and Spitfires, stunning Americana as well as Vintage and Veteran cars and Bikes.
Remember any interesting vehicle, modern Sports Cars and motorbikes are more than welcome. Rosettes presented to all pre-booked entrants and trophies to the Best in Show.