Success for classic hub’s inaugural event
An automotive heritage hub has hailed its first event as a success.
More than 250 classic cars and motorcycles attended the Classic Motor Hub’s inaugural Coffee & Classics meet in Gloucestershire.
The former RAF site at Ablington, near Bibury, offers free space for clubs and rallies to use for events, as well as cars for sale via Cotswolds Collectors Cars’ showroom.
Hub owner, Martin Chisholm, has other surprises planned for forthcoming Coffee & Classics meetings, but is being coy with the details. ‘ We’re planning on having some really special cars, bikes and maybe a few well-known faces attend future meets – you’ll just have to come along to find out!’
He also confirmed that the nature of the event would remain the same, even if the meetings had to expand to cater for everyone who wants to attend. ‘ We’re looking at additional parking for next time, but the rule that the event will be free to anyone arriving in a classic or sports car or bike will remain. We just love the enthusiasm shown by everyone, whatever they arrive in, and love to see people sharing their stories.’ coffee & classics is held on the first sunday of every month until October at the classic Motor hub in Gloucestershire, Gl7 5NX
Jaguars, MGs, and Porsches attended in strong numbers at the hub’s first event.