HERE is a great chance for petrolheads to go for free to the UK’s classic car event of the year in our great competition.
We have FIVE pairs of tickets to give away to lucky 50 Plus Magazine readers for the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of what is the UK’s biggest indoor motor show when it returns to Birmingham’s NEC from Friday 8 to Sunday 10 November.
The world’s biggest gathering of classic motoring clubs, the show boasts displays from 300 clubs and groups, covering one million square feet and over 120 years of motoring heritage. There were also over 3,000 classic vehicles on display, and not just cars and bikes as the show also features double-decker buses, a steam-roller and even a tank!
As part of the 35-year celebrations the show will also dedicate one of the seven halls to cars built ‘From 1984’ and will include a motoring timeline showing how cars have evolved.
With the show theme being ‘Top Trumps’, the iconic card game, expect to see the best of the best along with future classics as well as motoring TV celebrities such as Wheeler Dealers’ Mike Brewer, Salvage Hunters and Classic Cars hosts Drew Pritchard and Paul Cowland and the team from Goblin Works Garage.
There’s also a two-day sale from Silverstone Auctions, a Restoration Theatre, Sporting Bears’ Dream Rides and 650 traders including the UK’s biggest auto jumble.
Tickets are now on sale, starting from £27.50 for adults when booked in advance. Family, weekend and three-day tickets are also available, as well as reduced price tickets for groups, and discounts for members of exhibiting clubs.
For more information including ticket options and booking details see www.necclassicmotorshow.com.
To win a pair of tickets for the day of your choice just answer the following question and fill out your details below before Monday October 14. Terms and conditions apply.
How many clubs and groups will be displaying their classic vehicles at the 2019 Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery?