Littlewick Show

Littlewick Show is Thames Valley Classic Cars Club’s premier event of the year.  It is held on August Bank Holiday Monday. The entrance to the show field is just off the A4 at Knowl Hill between Reading and Maidenhead.

This year the show is on Monday 26th August 2019.
As well as about 200 Veteran, Vintage and other Classic Cars, there are motorbikes Military and light commercial vehicles.  The Car Show is part of a traditional Country Fair with Horses, Dogs, Horticulture and Produce Shows and much more.
Please browse the Littlewick Show Gallery for pictures of previous shows.

If you have any queries please contact the Secretary.

Registration Fees

Online registrations will be charged at £5.00 with postal registrations costing £7.00 to cover the additional costs.  Registrations on the day will be charged at £10.00.

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Vehicle Classes 2019

A.     Austin 7s up to 1930     - 6 vehicles in class
B.     Austin 7s 1931-35 (Chrome Radiators)     - 5 vehicles in class
C.     Austin 7s 1934-39 (Painted Radiators)     - 3 vehicles in class
D.     Austin 7 Specials - All years    
E.     Vintage Austin register vehicles     - 4 vehicles in class
F.     Veteran & Vintage Cars to 1955     - 15 vehicles in class
G.     Post-Vintage Cars 1956 - 1987     - 29 vehicles in class
H.     Motorcycles up to 1987     - 2 vehicles in class
J.     Light Commercial and Military up to 3.5 tons     - 7 vehicles in class
K.     American Cars post WW2 up to 1987     - 5 vehicles in class
Total:     76 Vehicles

Click the heading below to show vehicles currently registered in each class...

Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
A1 Austin 7 Chummy 1929 In very useable clean transport condition 1 1
A2 Austin Seven Tourer 1928 Found in a barn around 20 years ago and fully restored to its current condition and is a regular at the Littlewick Show. 1 2
A3 Austin Chummy 1927 1 3
A4 Austin Gordon England Cup 1927 Coach built two seat sports tourer body 1 4
A5 Austin Seven Box Saloon 1930 1 5
A6 Austin Seven Saloon 1930 1 6
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
B1 Austin Seven Box Saloon 1933 2 1
B2 Austin Seven Box Saloon 1931 Car is 88Years old and has just had a £5250 complete engi ne rebuild and is shown towing a 1950s type Nipper caravan. 2 2
B3 Austin RP 1934 Black over blue tidy box saloon 2 3
B4 Austin 7 RN Box Saloon 1932 Named Barney, the car is a long wheelbase Austin 7 Box Saloon. He spent some years in a museum in Denmark before being repatriated in 2013 2 4
B5 Austin Two seat tourer 1933  Nice car  2 5
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
C1 Austin 7 Opal 1937 3 1
C2 Austin Ruby Saloon 1936 3 2
C3 Austin Seven Saloon 1936 3 3
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
E1 Austin 12/4 heavy Burnham 1929 5 1
E2 austin High Lot Taxi 1934 Rare three quarter landaulette body by Jones Brothers. 5 2
E3 Austin 16/6 Burnham Saloon 1929 Large Austin saloon, 6 cyiinders, 2225cc. Owned 38 years. 5 3
E4 Austin Heavy 12-4 Fabric Saloon 1928 12-4 Fabric Saloon with body by Morgan of Leighton Buzzard. 5 4
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
F1 Ford T Centerdoor 1920 British  (Manchester) built  T . centerdoor Top Hat saloon. 6 1
F2 Ford Y Model Tudor 1934 APP625 Owned by Sally & Mo Croxon, Been with us for over 40 years and we have enjoyed every minute of it. 6 2
F3 Riley Adelphi 1936 6 3
F4 Triumph Gloria 1934 Pre-war Triumph Gloria tourer. Restored from a wreck some years ago and now enjoyed on high days and holidays. 6 4
F5 Rolls-Royce Wraith 1939 Limousine body by Rippon Brothers still retaining some delightful period features - now has a busy career as a wedding car ! 6 5
F6 Triumph Flow-Free Vitesse 1938 6 6
F7 MG TA 1937 1937 MG TA (Mabel) Was restored by the current owner in the eighties. She is one of a small collection of classic cars,is used on a regular
basis during the summer months. Fitted with the more robust xpag engine with shorrock supercharger she gives what could be described
as a fairly exciting drive. Much loved by all the family.
6 7
F8 MG TD 1950 This TD is part of a small collection, she was bought as an oily rag running restoration and continues to give much pleasure in this role.
Not a concorse car but enjoyed by the family and owner.
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F9 Brough Superior Dual Purpose 8 cylinder 1936 Famous in the motorcycle world George Brough imported Hudson Rolling chassis through Canada, from Detroit, to reduce taxes. 18 of this 8-cylinder sv model are thought to have been made with Atcherley of Birmingham making the bodies. Ten survive. Subsequently a six cylinder model was made--about 60 of them with around 30 surviving. All had three-speed Hudson gearboxes. This one was completely rebuilt in 2018 with new old spares.
In 1935 and 1936 this car was staggeringly fast: 90 mph being achieved regularly. It is a joy to drive but does rattle a bit on British potholed roads. Last year a trip to the Lake District via East Anglia and Cheltenham saw 1054 miles put on the clock. It has visited Belgium and plans are being made to attend a rally in France in 2020.
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6 10
F11 Humber 16/50 1929 Original and history back to the thirties. 6 11
F12 Austin 10 1946 6 12
F13 Riley Plus Ultra Special 1932 6 13
F14 Sunbeam 12/16 1913 6 14
F15 Riley RMA 1947 4 seater saloon car, bottle green colour, restored from scratch by its current owner.  6 15
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
G1 Vauxhall Victor F-Type 1960 7 1
G2 Triumph TR4A Sports 1966 Two seat sports car owned for the past 33 years, in regular use all year round. Converted to run on unleaded fuel with several modifications to allow safe use with todays traffic. 7 2
G3 Jaguar Mk11 1964 British Racing Green 2.4 Good condition 7 3
G4 Ford Mustang fastback 1966 A nice restored classic mustang 7 4
G5 Ford Lotus Cortina 1969 Ford Cortina Lotus Mkl 2 totally restored con course white stunning example  7 5
G6 Sunbeam Alpine 1964 Red Sunbeam Alpine GT Coupe 7 6
G7 Vauxhall Cresta PB 1964 Brought new from Spurlings of Chiswick January 1964. 7 7
G8 Singer Vogue 1963 7 8
G9 Jaguar S-type 1964 7 9
G10 Jaguar E-type Series 2 Roadster 1969 The car was built at the Jaguar factory in Coventry on 19th August 1969 and exported to the USA on 3rd October 1969. It was originally painted Primrose Yellow with Black interior trim.
By the 1990s the car was in San Francisco carrying the registration 129 EUD. It was soon after that it was exported back to the UK where the present owner bought the car in May 1994.
Since then he had embarked on what would be a seven year complete rebuild of the vehicle bringing it back to UK specification.
The stated output of the 4.2 litre straight six, twin overhead cam engine is 265 BHP which equates to about 195 BHP at the rear driven wheels through the four speed gearbox and limited slip differential.
We have made regular use of the car and toured in the UK, France, Italy and Switzerland.
It joined another seventeen examples of the model for the 50th anniversary of Jaguar E-types launch at the Geneva Motor Show with a return visit to the 2011 show.
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G11 MG BGT Coupe 1974 7 11
G12 Triumph Stag 1978 7 12
G13 Morris Minor 1971 7 13
G15 Jaguar MK2 340 1968 Emergrated to Italy in 1977 returned to the UK 2018 
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G16 Ford Cortina MK3 1972 7 16
G17 Mercedes 280SL 1981 UCC 7 17
G18 Daimler Conquest 1957 UCC 7 18
G19 Humber Sceptre 1963 UCC 7 19
G20 Ford Capri Mk1 1600 XL 1972 7 20
G21 Triumph Herald 1967 Triumph Herald Convertable owned for 32 years. 7 21
G22 Ford MK2 Consul 1962 MK2 Consul owned for 5 years 7 22
G23 Ford Capri 1600 GT-XLR 1971 Two owner , low mileage car. Full restoration over 10 years 7 23
G24 Rover P6 2000 1964 Copperleaf Red Rover P6 2000 saloon. First registered 9th April 1964, and sold by Saville Motor Company of Stratford on Avon. The current owner purchased the vehicle in 2011with 57800 miles on the clock, and has carried out a number of renovation projects including replacinig ging the inner box sections and jacking points and rebuilding the engine. Since owning the vehicle we have covered an additional 17000 miles with tour to Europe and accross the UK  7 24
G25 MG Roadster 1971 7 25
G26 Ford Anglia 105E Estate 1965 7 26
G27 Rover P4 100 1961 7 27
G28 ford capri 2.8 injection 1984 7 28
G29 Ford Escort 1978 7 29
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
H1 BMW R100/7 1977 Motorcycle is in A1 condition and a very fine example of the BMW machines of the mid/late seventies. Always attracts a lot of attention. 8 1
H2 NSU Max 250cc 1954 8 2
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
J1 Daimler Ferret Scout Car 1959 Armoured Scout Car  9 1
J2 Land Rover 109 FFR 1966 9 2
J3 Land Rover 109 FFR Recce 1984 9 3
J4 Land Rover 109 FFR 1965 9 4
J5 Dodge Command Car 1942 9 5
J6 Austin A35 Van 1957 9 6
J7 fordson 7v 1947 9 7
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
K1 Chevrolet C3 Corvette 1978 1978 Silver Anniversary silver over grey,oyster interior. 10 1
K2 chevrolet corvette stingray 1981 owned by present owner for 29 years. burgandy colour 5.7cc engine. 10 2
K3 Ford Mercury Cougar 1978 Vehicle owned for 32 years, built in Belgium in 1978 and imported to the UK in 1981.
A Mercury Cougar midnight blue chamois edition 6.6 litre engine.
10 3
K4 Cadillac Convertable 1956 10 4