The London Classic Car Show: an exhibit of magical motoring moments

London:  The London Classic Car Show is almost here. Running from 8-11 January 2015 at the ExCeL exhibition centre in London’s Docklands, the London Classic Car Show is unlike any other traditional car shows. The highlight of the show is The Grand Avenue –  a motoring runway stretching the entire length of the show upon which more than 40 of the most important cars of the last century will be revving up.
ExCeL Centre London

Says Event Director Bas Bungish, “London deserves a really definitive classic car show, and this is it. We have scoured the World to gather together some of the most exciting, dramatic, valuable and desirable classic cars under one roof to create not so much a show but a genuine event.”

A star studded spectacular that promises to kick start the New Year with high octane sights and sounds, here you can watch a genuine Grand Prix racing car in action, indoors, while enjoying a burger prepared by TV chef James Martin. Or discover the car that excited a young James May so much, that he went on to become one of the country’s foremost motoring personalities. You also get to see supercars like the Ford GT40, Lamborghini Miura, Ferrari 288GTO, Bugatti EB110 and Jaguar XJ220 rubbing shoulders with motoring pioneers such as a Lagonda Tricar from 1904, and get a glimpse of the very first Formula 1 car built by legendary designer Adrian Newey. Visitors will not only be able to gaze at iconic cars such as a 1956 ex-Stirling Moss Maserati 250F but to see and hear them in action, too.

Eagle V12 Roadsters
Grand Avenue 1957 Ferrari 250 TR 
Maserati 1959 5000 GT

There will be a Motor Sport Hall of Fame, paying tribute to Enzo Ferrari, Ayrton Senna, Juan Manuel Fangio, Michael Schumacher, Tazio Nuvolari, Stirling Moss, Jim Clark and Sir Jackie Stewart; and a special feature celebrating the 60th anniversary of the avant-garde Citroen DS and another one celebrating 100 years of Maserati with three classics – Sebring, Ghibli SS and Khamsin – performing on The Grand Avenue.

Tickets for the event are available at, where early bird discounts reduce the on-the-door standard entry price from £25 to just £22. Also available are family and group tickets, premium entry packages and access to the exclusive Preview Evening on the opening night, Thursday 8th January 2015.

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