NEC Classic Motor Show: Saturday's top 10 highlights
The NEC Classic Motor Show enjoyed one of its busiest days on 14 November, with thousands of historic car enthusiasts packing into the show halls to take in the UK’s largest indoor classic car event. The show has already made headlines with the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon confirming its £4 million transformation into the British Motor Museum, but with 2500 classics on display there was plenty more to discover.
Click through the gallery below to see our top 10 highlights from the second day of the show.
Miss World comes to the NEC
Lancaster Insurance held a classic car-inspired version of Miss World at the NEC, with classic cars representing each participating country. Miss Italy was represented by this 1961 Alfa Giulietta Spider, while Germany was represented by a 1963 VW Karmann Ghia. Miss America was a 1955 Ford Thunderbird while Miss Britain was a 1964 Gordon Keeble.
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