Win a pair of tickets to the 2017 Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show

enter-to-winIt’s competition time, AGAIN.  We are delighted to bring you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the 2017 Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show, that will be bigger and better than ever before.  From rusty wrecks to stunning cars worth a fortune, the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show, held at Birmingham’s NEC on 31st March to the 2nd April 2017, has it all with over 1000 classic cars on display (up from 700 in 2016).

Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show

Wheeler Dealer’s Mike Brewer and For the Love of Cars Ant Anstead will be joining in the motoring mayhem on the Practical Classics Live Stage with Discovery Channel, alongside PC Editor Danny Hopkins and his trusty Deputy James Walshe. The stage will have a jam packed programme of car parades, a 48-hour restoration and a selection of Mike and Ants’ ‘Star Cars’!

There will be ‘Drive a Classic Car Experience’, which is an exclusive opportunity to get behind the wheel of a classic car and drive, at the 2017 Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show.   An array of HERO’s Arrive & Drive cars will be available for guests to take the wheel on a specially created driving route around the NEC’s show buildings.  From a Porsche 911 to what many people believe to be the purists rally car, a Ford Cortina GT along with a variety of cars guests will have the opportunity to drive one of these incredible classic cars themselves.

For 2017, the organisers have created more club stands than ever before to showcase club vehicles in everything from ‘barn-finds’ through to concours condition.  Many will be actively working on restoring or servicing vehicles on their stands at the show.  It’s your chance to speak to real ‘hands-on’ experts for information and advice!  130 car clubs attending (up from 120 in 2016).

To win a pair of tickets to the 2017 Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show simply tell us what three classic cars you’d love to own and why?  To make it interesting the cars have to fit into these approx. price brackets: £0-20,000, £20,001 to £50,000, and  £unlimited.

To give you three we’d love to own, we’d go for:

£0-20,000 Original Fiat 500 It’s a super cool car.  What’s not to love.
£20,001 to £50,000 Alfa Romeo SZ Styling, super cool, rare.  Enough said.
£unlimited Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta The most beautiful car in the world.



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35 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to the 2017 Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show"

  • Edward Hughes says:

    0-20 Porsce 924
    20-50 Porsche 968
    Unlimited Porsche 959

  • Jon Crockford says:

    Volkswagen Transporter 1.6 4dr 1.6 T2 BAY WINDOW CAMPER – Always wanted a classic dormobile.
    Porsche 911 3.3 CABRIOLET 2d 204 BHP – everyone wants a classic Porche
    Jaguar E-Type E Type Series 3 V12 Roadster 5.3 2dr. Predictable I suppose but THE most beautiful car.

  • Allan Fullarton says:

    £0 to £20000 Series 3 Land Rover
    £20001 to £50000 Series 1 Land Rover
    Unlimited – Corvette C1 Stingray

  • Mari Evans says:

    morris minor traveller 1950 leather interior split screen, with this
    I would add to my collection a split screen tour 1949/ 50’s
    and last the van and pick up early, love the way the Trafficators flip up and down my chosen classic from one all time favourite. The Morris Minor British classic.

  • Adam Boddy says:

    Bedford HA “British Rail” Van great little van would love to own
    Alvis TJ Coupe 12/150 1930 must be counted amongst the best of English classic
    Beautiful 1950 Jaguar XK120 Roadster would love the rare all-aluminum body, classic

  • Samantha Bolter says:

    Mazda 323 Zxi V6 as it was the first car I owned and i loved it dearly.

    Fiat 500 as I just think they are a beautiful design.

    A Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse – no words…. just look at it!

  • Rob Newbold says:

    1) Hillman imp – 875cc short stroke engine that revs to the roof with weight over the rear wheels. My dad says they were great but I had to learn in an 850 mini.

    2) Sierra Cosworth 3dr – The iconic fast ford! My late brother had one in black and I would love to go back to those days again! My black Sierra 4×4 didn’t match it!

    3) Long nose D type – A serious sports car and the best of British and driven by the first British world champion Mike Hawthorn to beat the Mercedes at LM24.

    It was very hard to throw out Minis, Angleboxes, Capri’s, XR2’s, E types, Astons (I like DBS but I is strange) and GT40’s to provide this answer!

  • Ian Leedham says:

    1. Triumph Stag – V8 soft top, Gorgeous!
    2. Triumph TR6 – Raw fun.
    3, Jaguar S Type MK1 3.8 _ Touch of Class

  • trevor grifitths says:

    mg t the classic pilot officer car

    tvr Griffith after all i’m called trevor Griffiths

    e type it just an all time favourite

  • Will Wynn says:

    Cliff, check your emails, your a winner.

  • Will Wynn says:

    You are super welcome.

  • JOANNA TERRY says:

    Awesome – thank you!!

  • Will Wynn says:

    Jo, you’re a winner. Check your email and respond ASAP.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Phil, you’re a winner. Check your email and respond ASAP.

  • Stephane Helle says:

    £0-20,000 Vespa 400 so fun and not common
    £20,001 to £50,000 Dodge viper RT-10 concept car became road car, dream when I was kid, very different (but bad quality yes)
    £unlimited Auto Union Type A racing, rare

  • Dave Rafferty says:

    £0 to £20000 Series 3 Land Rover
    £20001 to £50000 Series 1 Land Rover
    Unlimited – Corvette C1 Stingray

  • Nick Rafferty says:

    1. Morris Mini – I learnt to drive in a 1989 Austin Mini Designer.

    2. Jaguar E-Type – In my opinion the most beautiful car ever.

    3. Ferrari F40 – Its a road-going Formula 1 car.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Wow Angela, you certainly love Toyotas.

  • Angela Edwards says:

    • For up to 20k, i would have a Toyota Celica Carlos Saintz, the reason is, I love Celica’s! I have two, a gen 6 and a gen 5 gt4. The Carlos Saintz are limited edition and I would be very proud to own one.

    • For up to 50k, I would have Toyota GT86, not a classic I know but it will be one day! The reason? Well, they look tasty and, again it’s a Toyota 🙂

    • For the unlimited category, I would have a Toyota 2000GT as they super rare and gorgeous! Can you see a Toyota trend forming?? 😀

  • Phil Milbourne says:

    £0 – £20,000 Jaguar XKR-S: Daily driver, beautiful, fast and practically a classic.
    £20,001 – £50,000 Aston Martin Vantage 4.7 V8: Weekend car, stunning.
    £Unlimited …Ferrari 250 GTO : High days and holidays, best car in the world. Has anyone got one I can borrow for a very long road trip?!!!

  • Alan Craddock says:

    1. Singer Chamois Sport – My first car and a worthy competitor to the Mini Cooper.

    2. Triumph TR6 – Classic british sports car with handsome looks and good performance for it’s size.

    3. Aston Martin DB6 Volante – Absolute classic.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Fantastic choices Stewart. We love the Maserati Ghibli. Beautiful. Respect on those choices.

  • Stewart Longhurst says:

    0-20k – Maserati 3200GT – love those boomerang tail lights penned by Giugiaro

    20-40k – Fiat Dino Coupe – another sleek Giugiaro design as chosen by the mafia boss in The Italian Job

    40k+ – Completing the Giugiaro hat-trick it’s got to be his finest work, the Maserati Ghibli (1960s not the ghastly current one!) – super-smooth

  • Will Wynn says:

    Jaguar E-Type now that’s a beautiful car.

  • JOANNA TERRY says:

    £0-20,000 – Frog eye sprite as just so cute and bubbly shaped – love them!

    £20,001 to £50,000 – E Type Jaguar Roadster as just so sleek

    £Unlimited – a Yugo (preferably my Mum’s old car as I have so many childhood memories that make me smile – adventures we had in that car – happy memories are priceless!!)

    Would love to take Hubby to the show as he is restoring our Morris Minor!!

  • Will Wynn says:

    Different choices there Cliff. We really like the Jensen CV8 also, a beautiful car.

  • Cliff Davis says:

    £0-20,000 PEUGEOT 309 GTI Goodwood 4 Door.
    Fast, easy to live with, better handling than the 205 and metallic green

    £20,001 to £50,000 Jensen CV8 Rustproof body and enormous engine

    £unlimited My heart says Dino 246 GTS but the knees say Jensen FF. Mould breaking luxury cruiser.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Hi Wendy,

    Can you answer the competition question please, then we can consider your entrance for the competition. Good luck.

  • mark gardner says:

    my choices are

    1. ford pop sit up and beg because i think these are the best looking hot rods around

    2. jaguar mk1 this is the first classic jag made

    3. ferrari daytona this is a classic ferrari with one of the greatest v12 engines

  • Wendy Ward says:

    love to go

  • Will Wynn says:

    That’s a pretty cool list Jane. Of the 3 I’d pick the 1950s Chevrolet Impala.

  • Jane Fern says:

    My dream list…..
    * VW Mark 2 Golf black with original interior/radio, small bumper model with BBS or p-slots; I just love these modern classics – remind me of my younger days when I was driving a Suzuki SJ410 but dreaming of VWs!
    * VW Split Screen Camper, early 1960s, always liked the idea of an import from South Africa or California; the ultimate in cool and a great retirement gift to myself (I wish!)
    * 1950s Chevrolet Impala; the ultimate in cool for my husband and a great retirement gift for him (he wishes!)

  • c.j. dixon says:

    1st: Jaguar E-Type, it has the looks of a 2017 car.
    2nd: Austin Healey 3000, has all the power of todays cars.
    3: Sunbeam Alpine, a car in its own rights to own.

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  • Alan Hall says:

    The show to beat all shows we love to see the amazing work people have put into their projects this show has such a buzz.I go home inspired to finish my car.

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