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Sat Mar 18 @07:00pm -
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Come Meet Us At Ridgway's

Welcome to the official site of the Central Valley British Car Club.

 

The CVBCC is dedicated to classic British car owners living in the California Central Valley. We participate in a number of regional British sports car events, provide a classified ads page and offer information on upcoming events.

 

We meet at 7pm on the second Wednesday of every month at Ridgway's Restaurant & Lounge.  The address is  2401 E Orangeburg Ave, Modesto, CA. The club welcomes new members who have a passion for old British vehicles. There is no charge to be a member. The only requirement is to own and/or love a classic British automobile.

 
Did You Know?

British Leyland was a vehicle manufacturing company formed in the United Kingdom in 1968 as British Leyland Motor Corporation Ltd (BLMC). It was partly nationalised in 1975 with the government creating a new holding company called British Leyland Ltd which became BL Ltd (later BL plc) in 1978. It incorporated much of the British owned motor vehicle industry, and held 40% of the UK car market, with roots going back to 1895.

 

Despite containing profitable marques such as Jaguar, Rover and Land Rover, as well as the best-selling Mini, British Leyland had a troubled history. In 1986 it was renamed as the Rover Group, later to become MG Rover Group, which went bankrupt in 2005, bringing an end to mass car production by British owned manufacturers - with MG becoming part of Chinese Nanjing Automobile.

 

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