If you are the owner of a classic car or are thinking of buying one and looking for some inspiration then why not get along to The London Classic Car Show that is to take place at Olympia, London from the 20th to 23 February 2020. This annual event has an awful lot to offer classic car enthusiasts with full details being available on their website. However, below we mention just some of the things that may be of interest to you. It will be the sixth year that this event has been put on. Enjoy your visit.

There are a number of ticket options such as a standard adult daily ticket costing £25 in advance and £30 on the day, a standard child daily ticket costing £20 in advance and £22 on the day – age 6 to 16 with under 6’s being free and a family ticket costing £75 in advance – 2 adults and 2 children aged 6 to 16.

Obviously, one of the biggest attractions to see at The London Classic Car Show this year will be the classic cars themselves. You will be pleased to read that there will be over 500 vehicles on display that you can admire and you may even be able to take the plunge, get the cheque book out and buy one. There is expected to be a good range of vehicles so there should be something their for most classic car enthusiasts.

There is the Car Stories feature that will involve six of the most interesting classic cars in the world. There will be the likes of owners and racing drivers present who will be able to make you aware of the history of each vehicle. One of the cars featured is Sir Stirling Moss’s Maserati 250F.

There will be a numerous exhibitors as well as classic car clubs present such as the Bristol Owners Club, BMW Car Club, Aston Martin Works, Classic Investments, CORGI, Electric Classic Cars, Ford AVO Owners Club, Historics Auctioneers, Lancia Motor Club, and The Classic Car Company.

We hope that we have whetted your appetite sufficient to decide to pop along to The London Classic Car Show. It sounds like it will once again be a great show and much enjoyed by all those who choose to attend.