This years Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show with discovery+ welcomed 26,872 visitors to the Birmingham NEC.
Show director Lee Masters said
The friendly values of the show shone through with the car clubs going above and beyond to provide visitors with knowledge, skills, hacks and tricks on how to restore but also service and maintain their cherished cars.
The standard of displays, live working and demonstrations reached a new level and the enthusiasm and passion in the hall was a heart-warming marvel. What a pleasure it is to be part of this fantastic community.
Thanks to everyone involved including all our show partners, sponsors, traders and visitors as well as our motoring celebrities and the team from Practical Classics.
160 car clubs from around the UK showcased their vehicles whilst some were preforming live demonstrations on welding, engine rebuilds and bodywork.
The expert live panels drew the crowds and featured Mike Brewer, Master Mechanic Ant Anstead and Car SOS Fuzz Townshend.
The dates for next year’s Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show with discovery+ have been confirmed. The show will be held from the 22nd – 24th of March 2024 so save the date!!
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