London Classic Car Show 2023 Highlights
Classic Car Show returns to Deliver Best of automotive culture.
The London Classic Car Show returned this past weekend to deliver some of the best examples of automotive culture.
The event set under the vast 19th century ironwork of London Olympia drew some 25,000 car enthusiasts to West Kensington for everything from Mini Coopers owned by the Beatles and an appearance by Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (really!), to an auction showpiece 1964 Aston Martin DB5, finding its new home for over £600k.
The show, now in its ninth year, featured over 150 classic cars, ranging from vintage models to modern classics, and was the ultimate destination for any buyers collectors and enthusiasts. With Kensington Olympia seen as the historic home of motor car shows since it hosted the International Motorshow in the early 1900s, the venue itself is enough to get classic car buyers, collectors and enthusiasts excited.
The show included a selection of rare and desirable classic display cars and on-site auction. Highlights included; Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, the Aston Martin DB5, the Maserati Quattroporte III and the Jaguar E-Type.
Generations: 60 years of the Porsche 911
The show also had a number of special events and attractions. Highlights included the Porsche Generations: 60 Years of Porsche 911 exhibit, which featured an impressive selection of classic Porsches from the past and present. Visitors were able to explore the history of Porsche, from the very first 911 Type 901 model, through the ages to the most recent 992 offerings.
70 Year of Corvette, 60 Years Of Mini, Barn Finds and Survivors and Endangered Species showcases rounded out the proceedings offering an array of treasures from bygone eras.
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