Date: 9th - 11th November
Time: Friday 10am-6.30pm, Saturday 9am – 6.30pm, Sunday 9am – 5.30pm
Location: NEC Birmingham, B40 1NT
The Classic Motor Show is one of the largest classic events of the year, with the show spanning over 1 million square feet and displaying over 2,500 classic vehicles. Here you’ll find dealers and clubs representing almost every marque and model imaginable plus the UK’s largest indoor autojumble. Expect to see examples of the very earliest cars powered by steam right through to modern classics from the (almost) present day.
Classic car and bike clubs are at the heart of the classic industry, with around 300 of them exhibiting at the show this year. With them, they’ll be bringing some fantastic examples of the motors they love plus their invaluable knowledge and expertise. Visiting the club area is a fantastic way of meeting like-minded enthusiasts and having a chat over the minutia of your beloved classic.
Whether you wish to add to your classic collection or are a first-time buyer, you’ll find a fantastic mix of cars for sale at the show. All budgets are catered for by the wide variety of dealers at the show: whether you have just a few thousand pounds or over £100,000.
will also be at the event, auctioning off over 100 classic cars, sports cars, bikes, and automobilia on the Saturday and Sunday.
The Pride of Ownership display celebrates classic car ownership by bringing together classic enthusiasts and their cars with a story to tell. From incredibly rare cars to vehicles which have undergone mammoth restorations, you’ll be able to see the passion of the owner shine through.
Head on over to Meguiar’s Club Showcase to see rare and pristine examples of classic vehicles on display. Sixteen award-winning cars have been chosen for the display from a range of club organized events throughout the year, and on Sunday an ultimate winner will be crowned.
Wheeler Dealers’ Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead will be hosting the Live Stage at the show this year. Mike will be unveiling his latest restoration project, Ant will be discussing his bestselling book Cops and Robbers: The Story of the British Police Car and they will both be regaling the audience with workshop tales from the show.
Several specialist guests will also be invited onto the stage for an interview with Mike & Ant. Past guests include Sir Stirling Moss, James May, Steve Coogan, and Chris Evans!
The team from Practical Classics will also be appearing on the Live Stage as they attempt to restore a 1951 Riley RMA over the three days of the show. The car has been in storage since 1972 as a father/son project which was never realised.
Get top tips from the experts on restoring and maintaining your classic at the Restoration Theatre. The stage is hosted by Mike Coman, co-founder of Gilbert-Michaelson Ltd. Mike and his team will be spending the weekend advising members of the audience and demonstrating their skills on stage in everything from bodywork to mechanical fixes.
From rare parts to specialist tools and from paintings to badges you’re sure you find what you’re searching for in the UK’s largest indoor autojumble. There will be over 650 trade stalls for you to enjoy if you can tear yourself away from the cars!
The Sporting Bear’s Motor Club are back again with their Dream Rides – offering people a ten-mile passenger ride in an out of this world car to raise money for charity.
The size of donation depends on the spectacular car that you’ll be riding in, with donations starting from as little as £10. Marques on offer often includes Cobras, Ferraris, Maseratis, and Lamborghinis.
Seven cars from HERO Event’s Arrive & Drive fleet will be available for you to take a 4-mile spin in the NEC. This is a fantastic opportunity to get behind the wheel of your dream car!
Vehicles include a 1968 Jaguar E-type, 1990 Lancia Delta, and 1975 MGB Roadster. Prices start at £32 for a passenger ride and £47 for a driver. Find out more and book your Arrive & Drive experience on the Classic Motor Show website.
Adult tickets start at £26.50 and child tickets (5-15 years old) at £16.50. Children under 5 years old go free. Group, family and multiple day tickets are also available.
Tickets will also be available to purchase in the door.