The tradition continues on with Hagerty Dawn Patrol! We'll miss seeing you in person this year for coffee and donuts in Monterey, CA but that won't stop us from celebrating the joy of driving the cars we love. And earning a coveted hat in the process.
Set your alarm for Sunday, 16 August 2020 and take a drive between 6-9 a.m.
Whether this is your 7th hat or your first, with this time honored tradition you'll join the ranks of a magical club of car lovers - and hey, you can always nap later!
Learn more about the history of Hagerty Dawn Patrol here.
Hi Hagerty; Did our "Drive at Dawn" here in London Ontario Canada & took the picture at the campus of Western University. My Mercedes 250SL 4 speed manual. Best, Hugh Rawling
Such a pain trying to figure out how to post for this drive at dawn thing just for a hat 🧢
guess I’ve been posting my pictures on other people’s posts
so I’m not sure if this is the right Place or not.
Good morning and Thank you for the invite. A little dreary here on the east coast this AM, Reminiscent of Monterey in the early morning. Here's my 2006 C6 Convertible. Look forward to sporting a Dawn Patrol Cap. Thanks again
Thank You for letting me show off my 06 C6 Convertible. A little dreary here on the East Coast, Reminiscent of Pebble Beach in the early morning. Can't wait to show off a Dawn
Patrol Cap. Thanks for the invite Enjoy and happy Motoring
A little rainy around here this morning, so I took the cat instead. The bike is a barn-found 1961 BMW R60/2 with about 23,000 miles. A friend had it and I knew about it, but never saw it until they decided to move. After a little discussion, he asked for $125.00, which I declined in favor of $500. The bike was ugly, but "ran when parked." After a bottom end rebuild and a swapped in replacement transmission, together with new clutch and consumables, this is a very reliable and comfortable ride. It tops out just shy of 80MPH, but it will do that all day long. The R60 shares the stable with a LWB R75/5, an R27, and an R69S. Cheers!
A drive in the 1967 Jaguar 340 Sports Saloon is best ended at the local saloon for a pint of Bitter. Thanks to Sir William Lyons for the design, and to the previous owner for installing air conditioning!