The Wheeler Dealer boys will be back in town this November to host the Discovery Live Stage at this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery.
Billed as the largest indoor classic vehicle exhibition, this year’s event spreads it’s metaphorical wings even wider, this time by adding an extra hall to the already power-packed classic extravaganza.
Mike Brewer and Ant Antstead, who are currently working hard on their successful season of the Wheeler Dealer series in California, will make the long trek back to Blighty in time for the annual classic vehicle event.
Once again the event will be held at the popular and very accessible Birmingham NEC from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 November, with around 300 classic car and classic motorbike clubs showcasing vehicles owned by members, interpreting this year’s show theme of ‘Built to Last.’
More Space – The Debutant Hall
Hall 8, which takes the overall show space to one million square feet (the equivalent of 18 full size football pitches) will be called The Debutant Hall as it will host 15 clubs that have never exhibited at the end of season finale ever before.
Wheeler Dealer host Mike Brewer said:
“The NEC Classic is the show of all shows for me. Having been a part of the event for many years and seen how it has grown with the classic motoring community, it makes me very proud to walk out on that stage and to meet so many like-minded enthusiasts.”
Sharing stories from season 15, Mike will also unveil his latest project while Ant talks about his brand new book, Cops and Robbers: The Story of the British Police Car.
Joining the boys on stage will be a host of special guests along with classic car parades, interactive debates, Q&A sessions for your burning motoring questions, and the much-loved game shows with fantastic prizes up for grabs.
As well as all the popular features such as Silverstone Auctions sale, Sporting Bears’ Dream Rides, the Restoration Theatre, and Discovery Live Stage, the show also boasts the UK’s biggest indoor Autojumble and Classic Trader Village. Such is its popularity with visitors and traders alike, the space is already 80+ per cent sold out.
We will of course be there, so book those tickets now via this link!