Annual Great North Classic Car Show Includes Concours d’Elegance

Annual Great North Classic Car Show
Annual Great North Classic Car Show

The Annual Great North Classic Car Show has announced the show will include a Concours d’Elegance to compliment the 400+ classic car showcase at the Black Horse Beamish Saturday, July 6th 2019.

Famous for its picturesque backdrop and stunning scenery, the show has now doubled in size with the introduction of new features to include:

  • On-site auction sale of prestige, classic, collectors and high-performance motor cars and automobilia. Entries are still open for this event. Enquires via Aston Workshop for information on this event.
  • New Concours d’Elegance feature with awards by well-known industry judges for special categories
  • live music and five-course dinner, hosted by former Top Gear presenter and motoring journalist Steve Berry. Steve will be in attendance all day to answer all those questions you might want to annoy him with
  • The chosen charity this year is JPC Community Farm
Annual Great North Classic Car Show Concours
Annual Great North Classic Car Show – Concours de’elegance competition

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Aston Workshop’s Bob Fountain who said:
“This has been a long-held ambition of mine, to come up with an event to which families can come and enjoy a day out, with cars, entertainment and FUN in the North East. We had a grand day last year but, by moving the date from April to the summer, we are anticipating a far more spectacular event”.

Great North Car Show

Along with the car show and Concours d’Elegance competition, there will be a Gala Dinner in the famous Orchard Marquee featuring a Charity Auction, live music and five-course dinner, hosted by former Top Gear presenter and motoring journalist Steve Berry. Steve will be in attendance all day to answer those Top Gear questions that you have always wanted to ask.

This event is NOT free and requires tickets, which can be found via this link.

We will be attending this event and covering the show via video, photographs and show report afterwards.

Full details are available at www.greatnorthclassiccarshow.com

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