There’s more clubs, more halls and now even dealers and traders joining us for this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery.
With around eleven weeks until the doors open on the 2018 season finale, we have some of the biggest names in the classic car industry joining us (and not much room for those trader who are yet to make a booking!).
The Dealer Hall will once again be a stunning collection of vehicles, with a fantastic range aimed at those looking to buy their first classic and as well seasoned collectors. Longtime supporters Graeme Hunt, Suffolk Sports Cars and Hurst Park return along with Aston Workshop, Oselli and Chapel End Cars. Devonshire Motors brings some of the latest modern classics for those looking for something to use on a daily basis.
Newcomers include SVW Spares and Restorations, which specialises in 1930’s MG VA, SA and WA models, multi-marque dealer Absolute Classic Cars, northern based Silverwood Cars, and Renaissance Classic Sports Cars.
Away from the Dealers, tooling companies such as Draper Tools, AB Tools, Strongman, Teng Tools and Sealey will bring the latest ranges while parts suppliers include British Motor Heritage, Jaguar specialist SNG Barratt, British car supplier Rimmer Bros, and Burton Power, which is known for Performance Engine Tuning Parts.
Show Director Lee Masters said: “The classic motoring industry shows no signs of slowing down if the amount of companies supporting the show is anything to go buy. You can complete the full classic experience at the show – buy a classic, restore a classic, maintain a classic and even drive a classic. What more do you need?”
Around 650 specialist traders and suppliers will be at the show, along with the 300 clubs, so with around 3,000 classic cars and bikes to look at, you need to start planning your day now – and that starts with booking your tickets right HERE.