The 2018 Montreal meeting, which is being organised by Rob Jones, Graham Gilgrass and Bob Jones, will be held in the region of Inveraray in Argyll, Scotland, from 6 to 9 September.The venue will be the 4-star Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa, ideally situated with uninterrupted views of Loch Fyne and beyond to the Cowal Hills.Gene Brown from Simi Valley, California, made a 7800km round trip in his Montreal to visit the convention. In keeping with late sixties fashion and the character of the car (a racing engine dressed in a gala evening gown?
These tours included sightseeing and stops at many unique and interesting Canadian landmarks. Thursday 13 July included an Autocross (solo racing with cones) for those so inclined, or you could use the day to enjoy some of the available pre-arranged tours and activities in the city.There was a sight-seeing tour of Rotterdam, visits to the Louwman Car Museum and a Heineken brewery, lunch on the SS Rotterdam, and a gala dinner cruise on the 1926 SS de Majesteit paddle steamer.The meeting hotel was the 4-star Hotel der Valk Rotterdam-Ridderkerk, which was centrally located for the scheduled events, has a secure parking, and is readily accessible by motorway.To secure a reservation, a deposit of GBP 200 for two persons, or GBP 100 for one person, must be paid by cheque or to the bank account indicated in the Registration Form before 30 April 2018.The form itself should be returned by email to Graham Gilgrass, scotland18 (at) armoc.uk, or by post to Montreal 2018, B&J Motor Engineers, Taylor Road, Urmston, Manchester M41 7JQ, UK.In the early evening, there was a traditional meal at a rustic maple syrup making farm. On Friday 14 July, there was a special Montreal Owners brunch at 10h00, followed by a fun 'Gimmick Rally', set to include many of the wonderful landmarks of Montreal, including a (slow speed) driving tour of the Formula One track, several great photo opportunities, and both city and country driving.