Meguiar's Club Showcase
Meguiar’s will be joining the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, to celebrate ‘the best of the best’ from the UK club scene with the grand final of the Meguiar's Club Showcase.
Featuring an amazing line up of 16 award winning cars from club-organised events during the course of 2017, the cars will undergo intense scrutiny before the ultimate ‘best in show’ is revealed on Sunday afternoon.
To enter the Meguiar’s Club Showcase, the car must be a pre-2000 model that has won a club organised competition held during 2017, before the closing date on 1st October.
The club event also doesn’t have to be a one that Meguiar’s has attended or, contrary to popular belief, a Concours car, as the Showcase is not a Concours competition. The amazing standard of the cars that have featured over the past eleven years has given the impression it is and therefore some owners rule themselves out before entering.
The cars that appear in the final are always exceptional cars but they are not vehicles that are ornaments, polished rather than driven. Some of the finalists have used their cars as daily drivers and even drove their cars to the Birmingham’s NEC to go on the Meguiar’s Club Showcase stand in the centre of the prestigious premium hall.
To enter this year’s Showcase, contact Tom Clarke by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0870 241 6696.
Roll of Honour:
2016: Andy Nash’s 1966 Mini Traveller
2015: Alexander Louden’s 1939 MG TB
2014: Adrian Evans’1969 Ford Cortina Mk2
2013: William Baldwin’s 1960 Jaguar XK150 S Roadster
2012: Wayne McCarthy’s 1962 VW Beetle 1200 Deluxe
2011: Bill Donaldson’s 1966 Austin Healey 3000 MK3
2010: David Moores’ 1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta
2009: David Moores’ 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4
2008: Mark Wynn-Smith’s 1999 Rover Mini 40 LE
2007: John Brewster’s 1960 Jaguar XK150 S Roadster
2006: Anthony Winchester’s 1995 Jaguar XJ12 X300 Series