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New TV series The Classic Car Show hits screens on Thursday

Published 03 February 2015

A new TV series all about classic cars, hosted by motoring writer Quentin Willson and supermodel Jodie Kidd, will be shown for the first time this week.

The first hour-long episode of The Classic Car Show will be shown on Channel 5 at 7pm on Thursday, 5 February.

In episode one, Quentin Willson heads to California to celebrate the Ford Mustang’s 50th birthday. Meanwhile, Jodie Kidd falls in love with a Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder - now worth more than £10m.

And co-presenter Alex Riley celebrates the Triumph TR7 and discovers that the controversial wedge-shaped British sports car can be had for just £5000.

Finally, classic car auctioneer and barn find expert Chris Routledge unearths a rare and glamorous Studebaker Silver Hawk, which has literally been hidden under a hedge for almost three decades. 

If you can't wait until Thursday, here's a sneak peak of the opening credits for The Classic Car Show.

Comments

Tenchman7    on 4 February 2015

Great News! What with no 5TH GEAR for quite a while now, this is very welcome.

Quizzical    on 12 February 2015

Does anyone know the name of the song at the beginning of Jodie's film about the ferrari 250 GT California in episode 1? Female Soprano?

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