In 2021, Vintage Rallies will hold three new events in Texas, New England and West Virginia.
Vintage Rallies will be postponing their New England 1000 Rally until May 2021, but plan to host two rallies, Mountain Mille and Texas 1000, this fall. Hear all about the famous and exciting past participants, from country music star Alan Jackson to Keith Martin of Sports Car Market, along with all of the amazing past rally locations.
Vintage Rallies’ has two rallies scheduled for this fall, the New England 1000 and Texas 1000. Both hit new spots and fan favorites, and PFS’ very own Mitch Katz and Keith Neelans are going on the New England 1000. There are still entries, join us!
There are so few roads in scarcely-populated West Texas that we can’t do an event there every year without repeating parts of the route. So every five years or so, after we’ve all forgotten the route details, we shift Texas 1000 from the picturesque Hill Country of Central Texas to the monumental landscape West of the Pecos.
Usually, we hold our Texas event in November, when it’s still warm and sunny but there’s not much going on in the rest of the U.S. vintage car world. This year, knowing that the famous Hill Country spring wild flowers would be especially brilliant thanks to El Nino winter rains, we scheduled our Texas Bluebonnets for April 3 through April 8.
Join Vintage Rallies in 2016 and drive superb roads in the Texas Hill Country, Adirondacks and Great Smoky Mountains. Experience grand hotels, plus avant garde resorts. Our friendly group of enthusiasts frequent gourmet restaurants, fascinating places to visit, and private collections not open to the public.
This was a special year for Texas 1000 in many ways. We had wonderful cars, starting with Martin Gruss’s 1933 Alfa Romeo Castagna-bodied 1750 Gran Sport, Miles Collier’s 1953 Cunningham C-3 Coupe, Jim Earsley’s 1953 Jaguar XK-120, George Baron’s 1958 Alfa Giulietta Sprint Veloce and Tem McElroy’s 1963 Porsche 356 Cabriolet.