Prince Michael of Kent inspects 90 historic British-built motor vehicles


Prince Michael of Kent will inspected 90 historic British-built motor vehicles in the forecourt at Buckingham Palace.

The event, organised by the All-Party Parliamentary Motor Group and the All- Party Parliamentary Historic Vehicles Group, is to commemorate The Queen’s 90th birthday. The oldest vehicle displayed will have been manufactured in 1926, the year of Her Majesty’s birth, with every other vehicle present representing a year of her life.

The 90 vehicles will assemble at Wellington Barracks before processing to Buckingham Palace. Each driver will be dressed in appropriate period costume.


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