Classic events Car museums Classic car brands

Little Classics News: 12 March 2015

Classic & Sports Car Brings the Capital a New Show

Alexander Palace

More than 300 of the rarest and most desirable classic cars will gather at one of London’s most famous venues this autumn thanks to an all-new historic motoring event: Classic & Sports Car – The London Show on 30th October to 1st November 2015.

Brought together by Classic & Sports Car, this all-new show promises the world’s most prestigious and glamorous historic cars thanks to contributions from world-famous collectors, motor manufacturers and classic car retailers.

Classic lamborghini

James Elliott, group editor, Classic & Sports Car magazine said: “Classic & Sports Car – The London Show is the essence of our magazine written large on the international stage and broadcast from one of London’s most dramatic venues.

“We are putting everything we know about classic cars into this show – and as a result it’ll be a must-attend event. At Classic & Sports Car, passion counts for everything, so whether you’re one of the world’s richest collectors, a classic car dealer or simply a classic car enthusiast, you’ll be warmly welcomed at Alexandra Palace.”

Jaguar E-Type

Reflecting London’s place at the centre of the global classic car community, Classic & Sports Car – The London Show has been timed to coincide with all of the key motoring events in the capital – The Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, Regent Street Motor Show and Bonhams Veteran Car Auction – when London is a magnet for collectors and enthusiasts from across the world.

Sir Stirling Moss OBE said: “To me, London is the centre of the world and it is essential that it has a top-quality classic car show. Alexandra Palace is the perfect venue and, with Classic & Sports Car being the world leader in its field, it is an event people should definitely add to their diaries.”

A huge range of attractions will be on offer both inside and outside the spectacular venue, including an automotive art gallery, displays of historic racing cars and a special tribute to one of the greatest names in car design showcasing both his most popular and most outlandish designs.

Most prominent in the halls, however, will be some of the world’s leading classic car dealers. There will be other activities for all the family to enjoy too, and enthusiasts who arrive in classic cars will be able to take advantage of a classic-only car park, close to the exhibition halls and itself providing an attraction for visitors.



Share

Classic Motorcycles Classic Cars