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Latest classic motor show news

Hundreds of lots went under the hammer at this year's NEC sale. Here are ten we'd like to have driven...
There's a vast array of classics on display at the NEC. Check out a few of our favourites here.
Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead compete to raise money for charity at this year's NEC show.
BWC 94F was used in the 2002 Christmas Special and will go under the hammer at the NEC motor show on...
Nine original Grand Prix Bugattis will be on display at this year’s NEC classic motor show on 10-12 November.
Comedy legend Eric Morecambe’s restored 1968 Jensen Interceptor is going under the hammer.
Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 with 6000 miles on the clock goes under the hammer in November.
A reworked version of a 1980 MGB GT will be the star of the MG Car Club’s stand.
Pre-production Land Rover Discovery II comes to the open market for the first time.
Porsche GB will celebrate 40 years of the 928 at this year’s NEC classic motor show.
These are the 20 finalists in this year's Pride of Ownership’s competition at the NEC.
Register to celebrate first appearance with packed seven-car stand.
One-off prototype started life as a 1971 as a Wolseley 18/85.
Visitors to this year's classic motor show in Birmingham will be able to see the new TVR Griffith.
Restored 914-4 will be on show at the NEC classic motor show in November.
'Luton Goes Large’ to celebrate 60 years of the car maker’s touring and saloon cars.
An exclusive UK premiere of the new series of Wheeler Dealers will be held at the NEC classic motor show...
The theme for this year’s NEC classic motor show will be ‘family ties’.
 

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