A Landmark year for the Lancaster Classic Motor Show, with Discovery
Over 71,000 classic car enthusiasts headed for the NEC Classic Motor Show that took place from 9th -11th November. This was a landmark year for the show; the biggest in size, the most cars ever, and reaching 300 clubs to make it the world’s biggest gathering of classic motoring clubs. The event also took place on Armistice Day and it was an honour to see so many clubs pay tribute. On Rememberance Sunday, the seven halls of the NEC fell silent at 11.00am to remember those who gave their lives in the first and second world wars, along with our armed forces in modern day conflicts.
The MG Car Club stand had the usual display of interesting exhibits and was very busy throughout the three-day event, with staff members from Kimber House on hand to welcome existing and new members onto the stand, including club president, John Day, and recently appointed chairman, Dave Tynan.
Next years show, which will celebrate it’s 35th anniversary, takes place from 8th to 10th November 2019.