Lancaster Classic Motor Show 2019 Reveals Livestage Stars

Lancaster Classic Motor Show 2019

The Lancaster Classic Motor Show 2019 has revealed the names and faces to grace the Discovery Live Stage at this year’s automotive extravaganza.

Once again its all systems go as the largest indoor classic vehicle exhibition approaches the final month countdown with Hall 8 returning once again taking the overall show space to one million square feet (the equivalent of 18 full-size football pitches).

Andrew Evanson, Senior Operations Manager at Lancaster Insurance:
“2019 is a milestone year for both the show and Lancaster Insurance, so it’s fitting that the theme this year is extra special. Many enthusiasts will have fond memories of playing Top Trumps as a youngster, I know I certainly do, and we’re excited to help bring this to life for show attendees!”

Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show
Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show will be bigger & better

Following a ‘theme strategy’ vein which in 2018 embraced the integrity and passion servicemen and women, the 2019 team is working on a less intense theme in partnership with Winning Moves, owners of the Top Trumps brand, on a mission to bring the game to life.

Motoring enthusiasts of all generations will be able to interact and enjoy the game in a variety of creative ways as they explore the various displays.

The names and faces that will be joining the show 8-10 November are as follows:

• Mr. Wheeler Dealer himself, Mike Brewer
• Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars’, Paul Cowland and Drew Pritchard
• Goblin Works Garage, Jimmy De Ville, Helen Stanley, and Ant Partridge

Acting Show Director Lee Masters explains:
“The classic vehicle clubs are the DNA of the show so when we got the opportunity to increase to eight halls it gave us the chance to open the doors to those smaller niche clubs that haven’t had the chance to display their marques in previous years.

“What we didn’t realise was this also afforded us the accolade of being the World’s biggest gathering of classic motoring clubs representing so many different manufacturers and eras.”

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