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Win tickets for next week’s Classic Car Show at the NEC
Once again, there will be a strong American car presence at the forthcoming Classic Motor Show, held at Birmingham’s NEC from 9th to 11th November, and DRCReview.com has three pairs of tickets to give away for this event.
Classic American magazine will again have a major presence with eight cars on show, ranging from a 1958 Chevrolet Apache Pick-up to a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner. The magazine will also have on display their Car of the Year and will be giving away a Ford Explorer.
The American Auto Club is hoping to have one of the first OHV six-cylinder Chevrolet models from the 1930s on show as well as one of the very last 1959 Cadillacs to roll off the production line. For hot rodders, Dave Sturgess’s 3 window coupe will be one of the star cars on the Meguiars’ stand and a Mustang GT500 will be one of the major attractions on the live stage.
Spanning five halls and half-a-million square feet, the Classic Motor Show also includes over 300 trade stands selling a wide range of parts, spares, tools, motoring services and memorabilia.
Features include an energetic Live Stage hosted by TV motoring expert Mike Brewer, who’ll be challenging mechanic Edd China to restore and build a classic car every day before it is given away to one lucky visitor. There is also an impressive Restoration Theatre with a team of mechanics ready to show visitors exactly how to tackle all aspects of restoring a cherished classic car.
If you would like to win a pair of tickets to the show (we have three pairs to give away) all you need to do is email: mail at drcreview dot com with your name and address and we’ll pop your details into the hat. The lucky winners will be announced on Monday and the tickets will be ready for your collection at the Classic Car Show office at the NEC on proof of identity.
For information on the Classic Motor Show, visit www.necclassicmotorshow.com