If you’re heading to the capital for this year’s London Classic Car Show you’ll be pleased to know there’s something different to look forward to including live driving displays on the historic carriageway in front of Syon House itself…
The newly relocated London Classic Car Show will hopefully (fingers crossed) take place 25 – 27 June and could turn out to be the best yet with hundreds of the world’s finest cars from yesteryear on display.
This year also features a welcome return of some ‘live drive’ action with twice-daily shows featuring past and present motoring icons making their way across the front of Syon House in an orderly fashion.
Mark Woolley, Show Director:
“It won’t be fast but it will be spectacular. Can you imagine the truly unique 1896 Salvesen Steam Car brewing up alongside one of the latest supercars or a mighty aero-engined beast from the 1910s spitting flames alongside a beautiful Jaguar E-type from London’s Swinging Sixties – these sights and sounds really are not to be missed.”
Adding yet another captivating dimension to the capital city’s ultimate showpiece for classic car owners, collectors, connoisseurs, and enthusiasts, selected exhibits from the show’s central ‘Evolution of Design’ feature will be revving up for special parades on Lime Avenue at the event in Syon Park, West London.
Dedicated viewing areas will be provided on either side of the tree-lined driveway and admission is included in the value ticket price which is a refreshing change to paying extra for what is essentially a major part of the event. There will be two separate 45-minute performances staged at 12:45 and 15:30 on all three days of the event.
Interactive attractions don’t stop there… Providing further live entertainment well-known broadcaster Tiff Needell will be interviewing a host of motoring celebrities and luminaries in the busy Talks Theatre while Classic Car Auctions will be on site selling no fewer than 120 highly desirable classics from magical bygone eras over the weekend.
Full details of all displays, exhibits and ticket buying options can be found on the official theclassiccarshowuk.com website. Providing reassurance for all ticket buyers, full refunds (excluding booking and transaction fees) will still be offered should the show be cancelled as a result of Covid-19.
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