Welcome to GBBCC


Georgian Bay British Car Club was established on February 13th, 2006 in Collingwood, Ontario. 


GBBCC's Mission Statement: 

"Dedicated to the Preservation and Enjoyment of British Cars" 


Check 2017 Future GBBCC Events


for another busy year with a wide


variety of interesting events 

We had an excellent attendance of some sixty British cars of varying models and vintages, gathered at the Blue Mountains Village for our annual GBBCC ”Brits in the Village” car show.  Thanks to the Blue Mountain Village Association and Blue Mountain Resorts, we had about 35 cars displayed in the main Events Plaza and 25 cars at the Lift Plaza.  This provided plenty of space to let people wander around the cars and speak to the owners.  A newly married couple even had their photo (see below) taken in one of our cars.  We were well supported by the Headwaters British Car Club who brought eleven vehicles to our show.  We manned a GBBCC information booth to let the public ask questions about the cars and our club.  We were very fortunate to have great weather on Saturday and we feel it was our best show ever. 

Adopt-A-Highway 2017 Spring Cleanup – May 14th 2017


Despite the cleanup being postponed by one week due to bad weather, we had a fine day to get out and pick up garbage, before Mother’s Day Brunch.


Bill and Sharon Rogers again did an excellent job of planning the whole event.   We truly thank all of you for taking time from your busy schedule to help out with this important Community program and for taking the opportunity to spend time with other GBBCC members.


The following wonderful people took part in the cleanup;  Gillian and Mike Arkless, Cindy and Brian Bailey, Joe Bimblich and Henny Bakker, Harry Bunker and Alison Postma, Pam and Jim Giblin, Andy Hims, Ken McNay, Bill and Sharon Rogers, Tom Schutte, Kate and Doug Simpson, Jim Spruce (who travelled all the way from Barrie), Peter Turton, Olav Vanderzon, and Graeme Wallace


“Ken advises that he is buying the beer at the next meeting at the Huron Club, considering that he found the $100.00 bill that Bill stashed on Saturday night”.


For more information about last year's 10th Anniversary,


please go to:  http://www.gbbcc.com/gbbcc-10th-anniversary/


We are pleased that you found your way to our website.  Here you can find out more about our car club, who we are, what we do, and our upcoming events. We will be very pleased to welcome you in person.

If you are looking for a British car, please check our Classifieds section of this website under    * Autos for Sale *


Note:  For every photo gallery, click once on the first photo to view a larger image.  On the right side of each photo there will be an arrow to click to move to the next photo.  On the bottom right of each photo, click once on the right arrow to start a slide presentation of the photos.

Look at the difference 50 years make !

Wayne and Paul 1965
Paul and Wayne 2015

Look at GBBCC Past Events 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 & 2012

We have posted photos of GBBCC events that were held in 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013 as well as 400+ photos from 2012 – see


   2016 Past Events


   2015 Past Events


  2014 Past Events

  2013 Photo Galleries


  2012 Photo Galleries

CHECK this section“GBBCC Members Recommend


This section, "GBBCC Members Recommend" will post recommendations made by our members of products, services, and other items, which they have had good experiences. Please submit to webmaster@gbbcc.com anything that may benefit your fellow members.  This section is only available to GBBCC members.


Meeting Venue



GBBCC will be holding its monthly meetings in the upstairs room at The Huron Club, 94 Pine Street, corner of 2nd Street, Collingwood.



Why not bring your partner and enjoy supper in this fine restaurant before our meeting.  Come early (before 6:00 pm) and let them know you are with the car club. There are food and drink specials between 5 & 7 pm.


See "How to Find Us"


Please check our Past Cruise Routes under Past GBBCC Events


This section of the website will contain details, including some maps of cruise routes that GBBCC has taken in the past few years so that our members may use them for planning future cruises for their own enjoyment or to make it easy for you to pick one and volunteer to lead a club cruise. 


It is recommended that these routes be driven prior to leading a cruise to ensure roads are in good condition and are not under construction.


Many thanks to Ralph Kertcher who has re-created these routes for our website.

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