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NEC Classic Motor Show, November 2019 (PR)
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2019 8:09 pm    Post subject: NEC Classic Motor Show, November 2019 (PR) Reply with quote

TOP TRUMPS!

LANCASTER INSURANCE CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW, WITH DISCOVERY, REVEALS ICONIC CARD GAME AS SHOW THEME

The theme of the 35th anniversary Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, has been revealed as ‘Top Trumps’, the iconic card game that has been played across the world for over 40 years and is now more popular than ever!

In a show first, the organisers, along with headline sponsors Lancaster Insurance, are working in partnership with Winning Moves, owners of the Top Trumps brand, to bring the game to life. Motoring enthusiasts of all generations will be able to enjoy the game in a variety of ways as they explore the various displays.

Plus, to celebrate Lancaster Insurance also reaching its 35th year, the insurance specialist is creating a special edition pack of Top Trumps that will be launched at the three-day show, held at Birmingham’s NEC from 8-10 November. The pack will include 30 cards, each featuring a carefully selected classic car that reflects the 3,000 vehicles on display at the show.

Show Director Lee Masters explains: “Top Trumps has been on our wish list of show themes for years, but we were saving it for a special occasion and sharing our 35th anniversary with Lancaster Insurance is the perfect opportunity. It is a game many in our community would have played as a kid and may have passed on to their own children. We’re hoping everyone involved in the show, but especially the vehicle clubs will be just as excited as we are.”

As part of the show theme, the clubs and exhibitors will have the opportunity to create a ‘Top Trumps’ card to act as the vehicle’s info board displaying five key facts. Not only will this create the biggest pack of Top Trumps ever but will also give visitors a potential 15,000 motoring facts presented in a fun way so they can play as they enjoy their visit to the UK’s biggest indoor motoring event.

Andrew Evanson, Senior Operations Manager at Lancaster Insurance, comments: “2019 is a milestone year for both the show and Lancaster Insurance, so it’s fitting that the theme this year is extra special. Many enthusiasts will have fond memories of playing Top Trumps as a youngster, I know I certainly do, and we’re excited to help bring this to life for show attendees!”

There will also be the opportunity to play Top Trumps on both the Lancaster Insurance stand and on the Discovery Live Stage throughout the weekend. Special displays dedicated to the theme will also feature in the halls.

Over the years, Top Trumps has evolved from just being about cars. Packs now cover a whole range of topics including aircraft and battleships, cats and dogs, Harry Potter, football stars, Marvel Superheroes and Dinosaurs!

For those who have forgotten how to play here is a quick recap: Each Top Trumps card contains a list of numerical data. The aim of the game is to compare these values to try to trump your opponent by having a higher number, so you win their card. The winner is the player with all the cards at the end.

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery. The special edition packs of Top Trumps can also be added when booking tickets and be collected from Lancaster Insurance’s stand at the show.

For more information including ticket options and booking details, visit www.necclassicmotorshow.com.
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‘FROM 1984 – THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY HALL’ – MORE DETAILS OF NEC CLASSIC CELEBRATIONS REVEALED.

As 2019 marks the 35th anniversary of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, the organisers have chosen to theme Hall 8 as ‘From 1984 - The 35th Anniversary Hall’. Held at Birmingham’s NEC from 8-10 November, this part of the show is dedicated to marques, models and clubs that have appeared since 1984.

More than forty clubs are already confirmed for the Anniversary Hall, joining the other 260 that will be spread across the other six halls of the show. When it comes to the classics on display, there really is something for everyone from family models and sports car to heroes from the world of motorsport.

Amongst the Anniversary Hall highlights are some great Japanese classics. The UK S2000 Owners Club will be saluting 20 years of Honda’s terrific drop-top sports car. The 300ZX Owners Club celebrates 30 years since the launch of the Z32 300ZX and also 50 years since the arrival of the famed Z Car range.

Other clubs celebrating earlier Japanese models include the Honda S800 Sports Car Club celebrating half a century since the Honda N600 was launched onto the UK market, the Classic Z Register who plan to show iconic Datsun 240Z to celebrate its 50th and the Toyota Enthusiasts Club celebrating 40 years of the Celica 40 series second generation.

There are plenty more sporting classics to enjoy too, and Ford enthusiasts will certainly want to help mark 20 years since of the launch of the Racing Puma. And no one will want to miss the Peugeot Sport Club UK stand as the brilliant 205 GTi reaches its 35th birthday.

Rover fans also have plenty to celebrate, including 20 years since the official sales launch of the 75, while the Rover 800 Club will mark two decades since the last 800 was made. Another family classic that has reached a special milestone is the Mk2 Vauxhall Astra, the Owners Club for the model marking 35 years since its launch.

When it comes to motorsport, the awesome MG Metro 6R4 rally car is always guaranteed to draw a crowd, and with 2019 being 35 years since its official launch both 6R4.net and Rallying History will be displaying some great examples.

A number of clubs also have anniversaries of their own and you can be sure they will be ready to celebrate in style. It is 20 years since the Maestro & Montego Owners Club was formed plus 35 years of the Montego itself. The Naylor Car Club has reached its silver jubilee, the Middlebridge Enthusiasts Scimitar Set is 30 years old, while Audi Owners Club celebrates 21 years of the Audi TT.

Event Director Lee Masters said: “With the show’s own 35th anniversary and a wealth of classic car celebrations to enjoy, Hall 8 is going to be very special. Following its successful introduction last year, it is all set to welcome plenty of enthusiastic visitors once again.”
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RAC RALLY OF THE TESTS MAKES ITS LANCASTER INSURANCE CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW DEBUT.

A special treat awaits visitors to this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, as classic rallying specialists, HERO Events, brings the 2019 RAC Rally of the Tests to the NEC for the very first time.

On Saturday 9 November, cars and crews competing in the RAC Rally of the Tests, arguably one of the UK’s toughest events, will take on an indoor course in one of the seven show halls. With a wonderful selection of classic and vintage vehicles competing, the crews will be battling it out to set the fastest time to lift the winner’s trophy at the finish line.

Show Director Lee Masters said: “This is an opportunity to get up close to the action and admire these rally cars once the test is over. It’s a fantastic addition that is guaranteed to make this year’s show even more of an attraction.”

The action, which will last for around two hours, takes place in Hall 6 and will see competitors tackling a thrilling speed and agility test. This will mark the half-way point of the Rally, and crews will be waved away from the NEC to continue with the event. On hand to provide commentary and interviews will be motorsport expert, former rally driver and HERO Communications Director, Tony Jardine.

HERO Operations Director, Brian Whyte, explains: “It has taken two years of negotiations and planning to pull off this first – bringing an iconic event, the RAC Rally of the Tests, right into the heart of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery. A perfect fit I’d say. Visitors will also be able to learn how to get involved in this area of motorsport, be it marshalling or taking part. HERO personnel will be on hand to offer advice.”

This year’s RAC Rally of the Tests takes place from 7-10 November and sees more than 60 crews set out from the start in Torquay. Over the course of 750 miles, they will head to Bristol and into Wales, tackling a challenging mix of tests and regularities before reaching the finish line in Chester. Competing for prestigious awards, there is also a superb mix of entries from a 1936 Derby Bentley to MGs, Porsches, Minis, and plenty more.

“We are incredibly excited about this special addition to the show” added Lee Masters. “The HERO Events rallies always present a real challenge to competitors, so to have part of the Rally of the Tests take place within the NEC will be a real spectacle for everyone coming to this year’s show.”

Visitors should also head to the HERO Events stand to find out more, and they can even try driving a classic for themselves with cars from the ‘Arrive and Drive’ fleet on hand. It’s also a great opportunity to check out the Rally of the Tests clothing and regalia produced specially to commemorate this special appearance at the NEC season finale on its 35th anniversary.
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CHEAPER PARKING OPTION ANNOUNCED LANCASTER INSURANCE CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW.

The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, is working in partnership with NCP Car Parks to provide visitors with an alternative parking option for the Birmingham NEC show this November.

Show Director Lee Masters explains: “It is important to us that we give our visitors the best experience possible when enjoying their day out at the show. We know travel and parking is key factor in this and have secured discounted parking at an NCP car park at the nearby Birmingham International Airport to give visitors more choices when planning their visit.”

Visitor can park in the airport NCP Car Park 5, between 8am and 7.30pm, for just £9 when booking in advance. These times are very strict, and any overstay will be charged the full day rate. To book, visit https://www.ncp.co.uk/prebook/ and enter the code Classic19.

From the car park, there will be a free shuttle bus available or there is the option of a short walk to the terminal. From there, the free monorail service runs every two minutes to the concourse by the railway station which leads into the NEC and the centre of the show halls.

There is still the option to park at the NEC, which costs £12 per day when booked in advance and £16 if paid on the day. There are also discounts available on Virgin Trainline for those wishing to use the trains which bring visitors straight into the heart of the NEC.
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IT’S A FAIR COP! THE SWEENEY CONSUL RESTORATION REVEALED AT NEC CLASSIC.

The restoration of the Ford Consul GT that featured heavily in the first series of the 1970’s cult classic cop show The Sweeney is to be revealed at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery.

This 1974 model was supplied to Euston Films, part of the Thames TV company, from new for use in a new TV series called ‘The Sweeney’. Ford had originally supplied a blue Consul but the producers apparently asked for it to be replaced with one painted in a brighter colour to stand out for the camera against a drab London background.

The Consul was used for the entire series one production and most of series two before being replaced by Ford with a Granada 3.0S shortly after the Consul range discontinued production in 1975.

Appearing in the opening title sequences of the first three series, the Consul was on-screen with the show’s lead actors John Thaw, who played Regan, and Dennis Waterman as Carter, along with their boss Haskins, played by Garfield Morgan.

This Consul was used in some of the most remembered 1970’s TV classic car chases around west London and consequently was fitted with some non-standard equipment including a full engine sump guard, full fuel tank shield and a bulkhead brace bar.

The current owner, known to those who have been following the build on social media as Mr Shifter, bought the car in 1988 in the Slough area and used it regularly until it was taken off the road in 1989 after failing its MoT on structural corrosion. It was placed into storage until it was finally rebuilt and the restoration completed earlier this year by the team at MBVR Ltd.

Mr Shifter said: “My thanks go to all the companies and people who have worked hard to get the car back to full health after almost thirty years off the road.”

The Ford Consul will be pride of place at the entrance to Hall 5 of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, so they’ll be no chance of missing it. It will have security with it just in case anyone tries to slide across the bonnet in a 70s cop show style!
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FIRST TEN CLASSICS REVEALED IN THE LANCASTER INSURANCE PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP AUTUMN FINAL.

The first ten classics to secure a place in the autumn final of the Lancaster Insurance Pride of Ownership will showcase the widely varied tastes of motoring. Always such a diverse display at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, the autumn final is no exception and includes the first ever Ferrari in the line-up.

Mark Vincent’s stunning red 1977 Ferrari 308 GT4 has just undergone a bare metal restoration and the NEC will be the car’s first outing. Mark purchased the car in 2012 with a huge history folder that revealed the car had only been driven 500 miles over a 20-year period.

He managed to track down the previous owner who revealed that the Ferrari had been his dream car. But not long after buying it following his retirement, ill health meant he couldn’t get insured to drive it. Not wanting to part with his beloved Ferrari, the owner maintained and improved the car, passing all its MoTs despite only going from garage to garage.

At the other end of the scale is Brian and Trevor Ford’s 1982 Morris Ital 1.3HL in beautiful beige. The car was owned by their late parents and was restored in their memory around ten years ago. The Ital was the last car to ever have the Morris name and is now extremely rare with only 30 examples believed to still be driving on UK roads. In addition, this particular vehicle was the last Morris car produced at the Cowley works making it even more special.

Sticking with the 80s, Jonathan Smith had a poster of the AC 3000ME on his bedroom wall as a teenager so when one finally came up at auction many years later, he knew he had to buy it. With only 104 made, this 1986 example was the third from last built and has just 4,700miles on the clock.

Moving into 1990, David Doolan’s Ginetta G32 Coupe in canary yellow will certainly add some colour to the display. The car is mostly original except for the suspension being lowered and a fresh coat of paint. David’s owned this car twice. First time from 2004 through to 2012, but then he sold it on the proviso he’d get first refusal if the new owner ever decided to sell – and earlier this year, he bought the car back into the fold.

Also representing this era is Dale Coan’s 1997 Daihatsu Hijet called Skylark. This diddy camper was full restored by Dale and his wife Anne and has since journeyed all over the UK. Dale is the first to admit that Skylark isn’t the biggest or the fastest, but it is all theirs and is as much a part of the family as their beloved pet dog.

A million miles from the Ginetta is Steven Murray’s 1953 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith with its Hooper 7-seater limousine body that was built for the Geneva Motor Show. The car ended up in the West Midlands used by a local industrialist before travelling to Ghana. To this day, ‘Lily Beamont’ as the car is known, continues to travel, most recently to concours and marque meets in the USA.

The 60s are represented by a trio of British cars – John Simpson’s 1966 Sunbeam Alpine, Keith Hudson’s 1969 Jensen FF, and Mark Misiura’s 1964 MGB Roadster. They are joined by some American muscle in the form of Mart Dawson’s 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe.

Andrew Evanson, Senior Operations Manager at Lancaster Insurance, said: “The feature is renowned for showcasing a fantastic array of classics from over the decades and the first ten to be announced have not disappointed. It’s a real emotive and inspiring experience speaking to the owners and I can’t wait to hear the stories behind all the cars at the show.”

The winner of the Lancaster Insurance Pride of Ownership will be decided by the show visitors who will be invited to vote for their favourite. The winner will be announced by Mike Brewer on Sunday 10 November at 2pm.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Plenty of OCCers attending I would guess? I'll be there Saturday, can hardly wait.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 2:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Plenty of OCCers attending I would guess? I'll be there Saturday, can hardly wait.


I had hoped to go tomorrow but probably won't be now :-/

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Should we have some sort of meet up Venue?
Be nice to put a face to some of the "coded" names on this forum.
Any suggestions where we could gather?
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ENTHUSIASTS REJOYCE AT NEC CLASSIC’S 35TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS.

Once again motoring enthusiasts flocked to Birmingham’s NEC in their thousands to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery. Over 71,000 attendees joined the three-day celebration and grand finale to the classic motoring show season.

Show Director Lee Masters said: “We are delighted to have welcomed so many enthusiasts and those in the industry to the show this year, especially in the current climate. Huge thanks as always to the motoring clubs who all put on tremendous displays, all our partners and exhibitors, and our amazing guests who brought the house down on the Live Stage."

This year’s show theme had been embraced by the 300 motoring clubs in attendance with many cars featuring on their own ‘Top Trumps’ card. Visitors crowded round headline sponsor Lancaster Insurance’s stand to buy their special edition pack.

Wheeler Dealers’ Mike Brewer hosted a wealth of motoring talent on the Discovery Live Stage with Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars’ Drew Pritchard and Paul Cowland, and the Goblin Works Garage team Jimmy De Ville, Helen Stanley and Ant Partridge appearing over the weekend. They were joined by BTTC driver Jason Plato and Shed and Buried star Henry Cole as well as fantastic car parades and the three-day restoration of a Jaguar E-Type.

Of the sixteen stunning vehicles on the Meguiar’s Club Showcase, it was Dave Rippard’s 1959 Morris Mini Minor that received the top honours and the crystal trophy. The judges had meticulously inspected the cars in one of the closest results to date.

The hotly contested Lancaster Insurance Pride of Ownership competition saw 20 diverse cars in the final but it was Ted Brooke’s 1961 Morris Minor Million that lifted the winner’s trophy. Voted for by the visitors, second place went to Ian Cummins’ 1991 Mazda MX-5 while Tahmid Haque’s 1988 BMW E30 325i Sport came third.

It was the expert judges that decided the winners of the Classic Motorbike Show Pride of Ownership. Mark Taylor’s Ariel Square Four bike and sidecar came first with joint second going to father and son Alan and Paul Stopford with their two 1959 Triumph Bonnevilles. Third place went to Blake Hemmingway’s 1975 Honda XL250.

The Sporting Bears gave around 750 ‘Dream Rides’, a ten-mile passenger ride in one of over 80 cars available over the weekend. They raised just under £30,000 for various UK children’s charities.

A special test for the RAC Rally of the Tests within the NEC halls saw the crowds flock to the barrier as over 60 cars ranging from Minis to Porsches tackled an agility test before heading back out onto the road. The event was won by Steve Entwistle and Mark Appleton in their Morris Mini Cooper S.

Silverstone Auctions two-day sale saw some record breaking results with the ex-works 1955 ‘Le Mans’ Triumph TR2 sold for £258,750, while the 2,000-mile Jaguar XJ220 sold for £362,812, both including premium.

The 2020 Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, will take place from 13-15 November.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 12:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My inlaws live 5 mins from the NEC, I thnk a trip up there next November may be in order.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 12:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Frankly, I was badly disillusioned with this show this year. It seems to be becoming more and more expensive (£31 admission plus £16 to park) and yet there seemed less to see amongst suppliers. For sure there were scarce bargains to be had probably due to the rip off price of a stand. In addition, when I attend a classic car show I am totally NOT interested in buying a BBQ, handbags, toys or any of the grossly overpriced pasties or tat on offer.
The lighting in all of the NEC halls is enough to make even the most cheerful person seriously depressed and many people say the flooring does you no good.
The whole environment was devoid of character and looking at many attending, it just seems like a "tyre kickers" paradise. Yes, a lot of class vehicles on show but many you can't approach, bonnets all closed and very little interest in telling people about histories, technicalities etc.
It wasn't a patch on the restoration show at Stoneleigh for ambience and enthusiasm despite the enormous size of it.
No, I don't think I'll bother again. It's just a wallet emptying exercise on behalf of corporate business now, a bit like going to the airport. If we leave our hobby in the hands of these types it will be for the worst I'm afraid.
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There were a few extra "tat" stalls there, I noticed that, and I noticed that Spalding Fasteners and some other restoration stands have stopped going. I did manage to get most of the stuff on my shopping list though, and a few more items besides. I do tend to go for the autojumble / restoration stalls first, my club stand second, and then a few other club / magazine stands if I have time left over.

It's pricy, sure, but there are ways to save. I bought a ticket using a widely-available club discount code (Retro Rides had one on their site until the day they expired) at £25.50, and we parked for £9.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 8:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Didn't realise it was that expensive, that is pricey and especially when you add the cost of travelling and food on for the day.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Didn't realise it was that expensive, that is pricey and especially when you add the cost of travelling and food on for the day.


The restoration show earlier in the year is well worth considering too, not quite on the same scale as the Classic but that's not a bad thing, and there are more in the way of crusty "barn finds" to ogle over.

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