TEN hand-picked classic cars from each of the world’s six top car-producing nations — 60 classics
TEN hand-picked classic cars from each of the world’s six top car-producing nations — 60 classics in all — will bring the 2016 London Classic Car Show to life as they parade up and down the show’s centrepiece: The Grand Avenue in February next year.
Unique to the London Classic Car Show, The Grand Avenue is a highway that runs through the centre of the exhibition and along which some of the world’s finest classic cars are driven. It turns the show from a static exhibition to a moving feast, allowing visitors to see and hear their favourite cars in action.
Last year’s inaugural show, played host to a wide variety of 40 classic cars with highlights including a Maserati 250F once raced by Stirling Moss and one of James Hunt’s iconic Marlboro McLarens.