All you classic car enthusiasts and, for that matter, those of you that just love motors should get along to the NEC near Birmingham (located just off junction 6 on the M42) to feast your eyes over many different types of classic motors at the annual Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show.
The show, that is celebrating 30 years, is on Friday 15th November 2013 between 10am to 6.30pm, Saturday 16th November 2013 between 9am to 6.30pm and on Sunday 17th November between 9am to 5.30pm. This year, there is a huge focus on reuniting motorists with their previously owned classic cars giving people the opportunity to reminisce and, perhaps, dare we suggest, even think “what might have been” had you held onto the vehicle.
There is so much to see with about 250 classic motoring clubs in attendance no doubt looking to increase their membership and that has got to be a positive thing. There are expected to be in excess of 1,500 cars on show including vehicles from before the war, modern classics, sports cars from Great Britain, Japanese imports and American vehicles.
You will also have the opportunity to see the likes of Sir Stirling Moss and other special guests. There will be a sale of motorbikes, classic cars and other vintage items run by Silverstone Auctions. There will be an interesting restoration challenge taking place that you will no doubt find informative if you are involved or about to embark on a restoration project. It is even possible to be a passenger in a classic vehicle in exchange for making a donation to charity.
The show is expected to attract tens of thousands of visitors who can take the opportunity to enjoy a fun packed, informative day out or perhaps spend the whole three days taking their time to maximise the experience with so much to see.
You can obtain tickets online or by phoning 0871 230 1088 with calls costing 10p per minute if using a BT landline plus other network charges.