Colorado English Motoring Conclave in 3D

Mini Cooper woodie

The Colorado English Motoring Conclave celebrated its 30th anniversary of the annual event on Saturday and Sunday, October 5 & 6, 2013, at Oak Park, 64th Place and Oak Street, Arvada, Colorado.  The gathering of over 500 English vehicles (cars, motorcycles, and 4WDs) is the largest in the Rocky Mountain region of the United States. But it’s more than a car show, on Saturday the cars take to the roads with a tour and there’s a show on Sunday that I photographed in 3D. Note: You can learn more about how I made these images in a previous post and will need 3D glasses to view the images in this and my other post. You can purchase inexpensive (less than two bucks) 3D glasses here.

Morgan

 The Colorado English Motoring Conclave was first coordinated in 1983 as a joint effort of the many English car and motorcycle clubs in the Denver metro area. The Austin-Healey, Jaguar, Lotus, MG Car Club, MG T Register, Morris Minor, Rolls Royce, Sunbeam, Triumph, TVR, Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing and British Motorcycle Association clubs all take part in the planning and promotion of this annual event. Now 30 years down the line and The Colorado English Motoring Conclave is the largest and best-known British motoring event in the Rocky Mountains. At the car show, you will see a wide assortment of British marques, learn of sources for specialized services, enjoy food, fun and entertainment in the park, visit local vendors and take advantage of some super deals. Bring the kids and share with them the fun of classic vehicles.

Triumph Spitfire

If you have an English car or bike you should enter in 2014 or at least attend the car show. The purpose of the Colorado English Motoring Conclave is to further the operation, preservation and owner participation of the great British marques. The condition of your bike or car is not important! This is an event for ALL British vehicles, from beaters to everyday drivers to Concours examples.  Just look at it as a giant group therapy session.