Save on tickets to The London Classic Car Show

| 21 May 2021
Classic & Sports Car – The London Classic Car Show ticket offer

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The London Classic Car Show is set to return this year on 25-27 June and you can enjoy it for less with Classic & Sports Car’s great ticket offer.

Use the code ‘CASCMAG’ when you book your tickets online to claim your special £6.50 discount.

The event has a new location for 2021, the magnificent Thames-side grounds of Syon Park in west London giving the organisers the space to bring guests a COVID-safe show.

And there are other benefits to this setting. The event lost its moving element in 2020’s switch to Olympia, but this year cars will venture on to Lime Avenue through the park in two 45-minute sessions on each day from 12:45 and 15:30.

Machines from right across automotive history will be in action, from the Benz Patent Motor Wagen to modern supercars, celebrating 135 years of the motor car.

Classic & Sports Car – The London Classic Car Show ticket offer

“It won’t be fast but it will be spectacular,” said Mark Woolley, Show Director. “Can you imagine the truly unique 1896 Salvesen Steam Car brewing up alongside one of the latest supercars or a mighty aero-engined beast from the 1910s spitting flames alongside a beautiful Jaguar E-type from London’s Swinging Sixties – these sights and sounds really are not to be missed.” 

Showcases lined up include tributes to the Jaguar E-type at 60, and centenary celebrations for the Lancia Lambda and the Bugatti Brescia.

Organisers have also announced that Tiff Needell will be chairing the ‘Talks Theatre’, where he will interview industry figures and personalities around the show’s general theme, The Evolution of Design.

The first name confirmed to be taking part is Frank Stephenson, designer of the Maserati MC12, modern McLarens, the Ferrari 430 and much more.


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