Mid Feb

The London Classic Car Show

£20.00 – £70.00
Trade Show

The London Classic Car Show gives attendees the chance to get up close to over 700 classic cars – from classic Formula 1 racing cars through to American muscle cars.

There will be an auction on the Saturday with some rare and unusual cars. Among them is a WW2 era amphibious Porsche.

Entry prices depend on what time and which day you attend. Booking in advance saves between £2.00 and £5.00 depending on the ticket.

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