London Classic Car Show 2018
It’s the final countdown to an even bigger and more glittering London Classic Car Show 15-18 February 2018. Now gearing up for its fourth year, the capital’s biggest car celebration has expanded again to now fill the complete South Hall at ExCeL London.
More than 700 of the world’s finest classic cars will be on display with many for sale by the country’s top specialist dealers. As well as classic cars, there will be new car launches by Lister and Morgan, two of the most iconic marques in motoring history.
Highlights this year also include a special collection of Nigel Mansell’s racing cars plus a rogue’s gallery of getaway cars curated by Philip Glenister, aka DCI Gene Hunt from the television series Life on Mars and its sequel Ashes to Ashes. Glenister will be at show on Saturday followed by Mansell on Sunday.
While no stranger to high profile personalities, the real secret to the London Classic Car Show’s spiralling success is its ground-breaking all-action Grand Avenue. In effect, the central Grand Avenue is a car-themed cat-walk running through the very centre of ExCeL, along which some of the world’s greatest classic road and competition cars are driven. This year’s eye-catching Grand Avenue parades focuses on ‘Specials’, a mouth-watering collection of 60 unique street and competition cars renowned for their rarity, curiousity and desirability.
Maximising its growth, this year’s London Classic Car Show also includes an enlarged Car Club Square, a bigger autojumble and a second Coys auction – this time for automotive memorabilia – on Sunday.
Adding extra value, tickets also give access to Historic Motorsport International, a sister show celebrating the UK’s leading global position in retro racing and rallying.
Those wishing to share their fervour for retro motoring with like-minded individuals – and to savour more than 600 of the world’s finest automotive creations – can take advantage of significant discounts on offer when booking tickets for the 2018 London Classic Car Show in advance. If purchased now, adult admission costs just £25 (£30 on the door) and a range of upgraded Premium and Family Tickets are also available online.
Moreover, all tickets also include entry to the London Classic Car Show’s sister show Historic Motorsport International, which celebrates the UK’s leading role in all areas of historic motor sport.
Showgoers can also take advantage of significant discounts on offer when booking tickets in advance. If purchased now, adult admission costs just £25 (£30 on the door) and a range of upgraded Premium and Family Tickets are also available online.
Full details can be found on the show’s official website – thelondonclassiccarshow.co.uk.