Previously hosted at ExCel, The London Classic Car Show heads west this year, parking up at Olympia
The London Classic Car Show, the capital’s premier classic car event, returns on 20‐23 February 2020, this time in its new home of Olympia, London.
Now in its seventh year and firmly established as the must‐attend event for discerning classic car owners, collectors, experts and enthusiasts, the new Kensington location marks the next chapter in the show’s history.
Not only will visiting classic car collectors and connoisseurs have the opportunity to view more than 500 desirable cars – and even buy one or two – they will also be treated to a brand‐new selection of carefully curated features and celebrations of some of the most exotic and exquisite marques from the decades.
This year sees the introduction of an exciting new Car Stories stage, featuring six of the most iconic cars in the world and delving into the history and heritage that makes them special.
‘Go under the bonnet of the 1987 Rothmans Porsche 962C, the Maserati 250F driven by Sir Stirling Moss in 1954, and the Lotus 49 rebuilt by Adrian Newey’
Car Stories, hosted by classic motoring expert Max Girardo with cars presented by industry personalities and previous owners, will give you the chance to go under the bonnet of such illustrious cars as the 1987 Rothmans Porsche 962C, the Maserati 250F driven by Sir Stirling Moss in 1954, and the Lotus 49 rebuilt by Adrian Newey.
The London Classic Car Show will be celebrating 50 years of the car marque from the first prototype through to iconic ‘challenge’ versions and the Range Rover of today.
So, whether you’ve got a penchant for the classic, are a serious buyer, or simply want to dip your toe in the water and admire these beautiful vehicles, make your way to Olympia, London from 20-23 February 2020.
Standard tickets are £25. Premium tickets are £65 (including fast track entry to the show, the chance to meet each of the Car Legends, access to the VIP bar with a view over the central stage, two complimentary drinks and a copy of the official show handbook). Tickets for the exclusive Preview Night and Icon Awards presentation on Thursday evening are also available, priced £75.
To book see thelondonclassiccarshow.co.uk