‘Our 35th-anniversary celebration of the biggest and best Classic Car Show in the UK was a great one!’
The Classic Motor Show, with discovery brought together over 3000 iconic classic and vintage cars and motorbikes from 300 car and motorcycle clubs to display across seven halls at Birmingham’s NEC on the 8th, 9th and 10th of November.
Visitors also had the opportunity to drive or buy their very own classic car as well as to shop from the UK’s largest indoor autojumble where they were able to source parts and tools for maintenance and restoration from specialist traders or just enjoy the spectacle of the live auctions, talks from motoring celebrities and insiders, or gain insight from hundreds of classic car members.
The expert judges decided the winners of the Classic Motorbike Show Pride of Ownership. Mark Taylor’s Ariel Square Four bike and sidecar came first with joint second going to father and son Alan and Paul Stopford with their two 1959 Triumph Bonneville’s. Third place went to Blake Hemmingway’s 1975 Honda XL250.
Motor-Vision’s show photographer ‘Darren Skidmore’ attended, and we have put together a show gallery highlighting some of the very best aspects of the Classic Motor show, enjoy!
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