The Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show will expand in 2017, taking up residence at Birmingham’s NEC for three days, adding an extra day to the mix, from Friday 31st March to Sunday 2nd April.
With over 120 classic motoring clubs and around 1,000 vehicles on display, the interactive show once again promises a fantastic mix of live demonstrations, expert advice, stunning classics and specialists traders including an extensive Autojumble.
Daniel Nwaokolo, Event Director, said: “The classic car community have embraced this show wholeheartedly so its only right we do the same. The demand for club space has been higher than ever and the traders are keen for the show to expand its duration. As the fastest growing show in the industry, we had to say yes and give them the event they want!”
The show’s most popular feature, the UK’s biggest display of barn finds will be a focal point of the event along with the Lancaster Insurance Pride of Ownership, with the organisers looking for entries for both features. Anyone wishing to enter a vehicle should send details of the vehicle along with two pictures to email@example.com.
The Sporting Bears’ Dream Rides will also return, offering a ten mile ride as a passenger in one of the cars from the Dream Rides Garage in exchange for a donation to charity. The car you chose will determine the size of your donation and with a mix of marques from British Sports to Italian supercars, there will be plenty to chose from.
As well as more classes for novices and masterclasses for those looking to enhance their skills in the Workshop, more special guests on the live stage and more seminars offering expert advice, there’ll also be around 350 specialist traders with marque specific retailers on offer including the UK’s biggest Spring autojumble.
For more information as well as all the ticket prices and booking details, visit www.necrestorationshow.com
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