October's B2B Rally, sponsored by Camberley Auto Factors, saw over 40 vintage and classic cars drive from Lynwood to Milestones Museum in Basingstoke.
The chosen route used mainly B-roads and allowed all participating vehicles to take a gentle tour through four Shires; Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Hampshire.
BEN's Rally Organiser Eamonn Galligan said;
"The first B2B Road Rally was held in 2005 to commemorate BEN's centenary year, and this year we are delighted that the enthusiasm shown has once again been marvellous. With over 48 entries covering a wide range of types and ages of vehicles it has truly been a memorable day."
This year's Bob Curtis Trophy was won by Martin Maddison's 1934 Woolsley Nine Saloon. David Russell, Managing Director of Camberley Auto Factors awarded the ‘Car I'd Most Like to Take Home' award to Robin Upfold's 1966 Jaguar MkII saloon.