Updated April 16, 2018


Looking for some place to drive you car but not sure where to go?
Then our library of Turn-by-Turn route instructions is for you!

Click HERE


The 2018 Tulip Rallye Routes (A & B) have been added to the Library, North section.


2018 NWCOC Spring Drive Summary

The tour was well attended with 39 vehicles participating.

In addition to the normal mundane daily drivers the interesting cars included 3 MG B GTs; 3 Citroens; 4 Porsches; 3 Ferraris; 3 Alfa Romeos; a Triumph TR4A; a beautiful 1974 BMW 2002Tii (offered for sale at Park Place LTD); an Abrath 500; a vintage Saab stationwagon; a Subaru Sambar TRY XV; 3 Mercedes Benz; a Toyota MR-2; a Miata; and of course our tour organizer's Panhard.

While the weather was overcast and chilly to begin the morning, the sun eventually appeared and thus temperatures inside a closed car were very pleasant and summerlike. Several hardy souls drove with their tops down.

The pit stop in the gravel parking lot at Black Diamond turned into a impromptu car show for the folks visiting the various shops there.

We left Black Diamond to head east to past through Cumberland and then west to Auburn and our lunch stop at the Oddfellas Pub on Main Street.

Some of the fun to drive roads included May Valley Rd; Jones Rd; Lake Francis Rd; Witte Rd; and Green Valley Rd. A PDF copy of the route instructions is available at the bottom of the King and Pierce Counties section of the library: 2018 NWCOC Spring Drive.

It was another enjoyable tour on country roads in rural King County with plenty of time to reconnect with friends not seen since last summer and make new connections with like-minded auto enthusiasts of all makes and persuasions.


Looking for some place to drive you car but not sure where to go?
Then our library of Turn-by-Turn route instructions is for you!

Click HERE


On Highway 30, a few miles west of The Dalles, Oregon, on Sunday, September 13th 2009

Susan and Ray in a Fiat 124 Spider during the 2009 MGCCNWC Wine Tour.


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Here is the blog about our two week road trip to San Diego and back in 2011.

We drove on back roads much of the way down and back and while we didn't drive a vintage car it was still a fun adventure and makes for an interesting read!


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