Graham Morgan from Llantwit Major with his 1996 Daimler Century was one of the hundreds of classic car owners who were waved-off from the national start of the Classic 300 at Windsor on May 21.
HRH The Duke of Kent, Freemasonry’s Grand Master, was there to witness the spectacle.
The Classic 300 is a series of classic vehicle fun runs throughout England and Wales from May to October this year, helping to celebrate 300 years of Freemasonry. The National Finish will be held at Brooklands Circuit in Surrey on Sunday, October 1.
A spokesperson said: “During the summer there will be regional runs in the north of England, the Midlands, the south-east, the south, the south-west, Wales, Norfolk and Suffolk as well as the Isle of Man, all visiting motoring venues, such as race circuits, hill-climb venues and motor museums.
“We are grateful for the support of Supagard, a car care company who produce automotive paint and interior products designed to protect your vehicle.
“Following the recent Sky TV series of programmes entitled Inside the Freemasons, the Classic 300 will continue to show Freemasonry as an open, caring organisation dedicated to charitable giving.
“The public are invited to see these vehicles at any of the routes throughout the UK.”
Further details are available at www.classic300.org.uk.