8 MARCH 2021


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Article from BTNews 8 MARCH 2021

Classic Car Show

With the lockdown hopefully coming to an end the timing for The London Classic Car Show is perfect.  It will take place 25-27 June at the lovely Syon Park in West London, just off the Great West Road. 

Depending which runway is being used, and where you are sitting on the plane, you can view the park from above. It sits by the River Thames. 

“These have been incredibly tough times for everybody, so the very real possibility of a return to normality is a massive psychological boost for classic car enthusiasts as well as a much-needed commercial boost for all those whose livelihoods depend on a thriving classic car sector,” said Mark Woolley, show director.

“Coming at the end of June, on the first weekend after the planned lifting of lockdown, The London Classic Car Show will raise the curtain on what’s sure to be summer of inspiring events,” continued Woolley who is now putting into overdrive his outstanding plans for an even more eagerly anticipated comeback show.

“To kick things off in superb style, we’ll be celebrating lots of wonderful motoring milestones including the centenary of the Bugatti Brescia and 60 years of the iconic Jaguar E-type. For many, though, the biggest celebration will undoubtedly be the chance to renew old friendships and to reignite shared passions in the presence of great cars in the summer sunshine in Syon Park.”

The London Classic Car Show will be celebrating the entire 135 years of automotive innovation under its evocative central theme of ‘The Evolution of Design’. This will take visitors on a magical journey through the full spectrum of motoring history, from the earliest horseless carriages right up to the latest supercars. A series of specially curated displays will be enhanced by insightful interviews staged in the show’s Central Theatre where experts and enthusiasts will share their passions and experiences on the history of car design.


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