Date: 30 October, 2015
Location: Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London N22 7AY.
The greatest classics, the planet’s richest, most renowned collectors and the most highly-respected dealers are honing in on the Classic & Sports Car Show - The London Show - a three-day spectacular set in delectable surroundings.
The world’s best and biggest classic car publication promises 300 jaw-dropping machines, including sublime supercars, roaring racers and classy classics to water the mouths of an estimated 15,000-plus visitors.
Our top picks
A host of companies synonymous with classic cars are exhibiting. These include Footman James classic car insurance - come check out our stand! - Maranello classic parts, RM Toys Ltd and Aston Sales Kensington. Want to exhibit yourself? Just contact the magazine’s sales team.
Classic car dealers
JD Classics, Graypaul Classic Cars, DD Classics and Hexagon Classics are among those who have signed-up already.
Organisers promise several surprises. But one stunner already booked in is the Jaguar XKSS. This genuine Le Mans motor had the potential to hit speeds of between 160 and 170mph in its 1950s heyday. Yet ordinary motorists could own one with just the addition of a windscreen and a more comfortable seat.
Best of the rest
Greatest-ever British classic car
Classic and Sport Car magazine will be revealing what has been voted the greatest-ever British classic car from the 10 candidates below:
- Austin Seven
- Rolls Royce Silver Ghost
- Range Rover
- Jaguar E-Type (narrowly ahead in the worldwide poll)
- Ford GT-40
- McLaren F1
- Mini Cooper S
- Lotus Seven
- Bentley Speed Six
- Jaguar XKSS
A high-end classic car auction
Your chance to bid for some irresistible beauties in the upper echelons of the market.
Attendees will get magnificent views of Central London and landmark buildings such as The Shard and The Gherkin from Alexandra Palace, the first regular home of the BBC from 1936.
The Victorian structure itself is as iconic as the cars it will exhibit. It is today a listed building with its television mast still used.
The Show coincides with other leading historic motoring dates in the capital’s calendar. These include:
- Bonhams Veteran Car Auction (Friday, October 30)
- Regent Street Motor Show (Saturday, October 31)
- Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run (Sunday, November 1)
How do I get a ticket?
Tickets are £25 (including booking fee) with children going free. You can make savings by booking online in advance using discount code CSCSCD to get 20% off your tickets. You can also book your tickets by phoning 0844 5811275.