Covering over one million square feet – that’s about 18 football pitches – more than 3000 iconic classic and vintage cars plus motorbikes will be showcased this year at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show held at the NEC in Birmingham on 9-11 November.
The show brings together the UK’s leading classic car dealers offering a wealth of marques to suit all needs and pockets. 300 classic car clubs and classic motor bike clubs present a diverse mix of marques, with rare and loved motors spanning more than 100 years being shared with us by their dedicated members.
Celebrate ‘the best of the best’ from the UK classic car club scene with the grand final of the Meguiar’s Club Showcase. Not only will you find an unrivalled collection of vintage vehicles, you can also visit the UK’s biggest indoor Autojumble – a haven of car parts and spares for anyone working on their vehicle, as well as 500 specialist automotive exhibitors and traders offering a mix of products and services.
There’s so much to see at the NEC
Be immersed in stunning classics, fantastic features, one of the most high-profile classic car auctions with Silverstone Auctions, all in the presence of motoring celebrities including The Wheeler Dealers and many more.
This truly magnificent season finale of the motoring calendar will welcome 72,000 passionate motoring enthusiasts – join us this November and be part of the UK’s biggest and best Classic Motor Show. AROnline will be there over the event so if you bump into one of us be sure to say hello and Mike Humble will be filming some publicity material with the Naylor Car Club over the weekend too. As we are sure you will know, the Naylor TF 1700 is a car with a very strong link to Austin Rover.
Whatever your fancy and whatever floats your boat, the show is massive, enjoyable and so easy to access – be there or the kittens get it. Full details of what’s happening when and on which day as well of ticket offers can all be found on the event’s website by clicking here.
Moving on to Rover and then PSV / HGV, he has circumnavigated most departments of dealerships including parts, service and latterly - the showroom. Mike has owned all sorts of rubbish from Lada to Leyland and also holds both Heavy Goods & Public Service Vehicle licences, he buys & sells buses and coaches during the week. Mike runs his own automotive web site and writes for a number of motoring or commercial vehicle themed publications
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