Man­u­fac­turer back­ing from Porsche and Vaux­hall helps bring 71,000 of you to Europe’s largest show­case of classic car clubs

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Front Page -

More than 71,000 classic fans made it to the NEC, Birm­ing­ham for this year’s Lan­caster In­surance Classic Motor Show, mak­ing it the biggest turnout in the event’s 32-year his­tory.

The three-day ex­trav­a­ganza in­cluded man­u­fac­turer-backed Porsche and Vaux­hall dis­plays, a 20-car Pride of Own­er­ship con­test and a two-day auc­tion. Show­go­ers could also drive rally-pre­pared clas­sics them­selves at a new out­door demon­stra­tion area, or­gan­ised by the His­toric En­durance Ral­ly­ing Or­gan­i­sa­tion.

Event or­gan­iser Dan Nwaokolo says: ‘The clubs con­tinue to as­tound us with their val­ued ded­i­ca­tion to cre­at­ing the best dis­plays year af­ter year and we have early re­ports of ex­cel­lent sales from traders and deal­ers who took part in this year’s event too.’

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