Friday, 3 October 2014


Press Release For Immediate Distribution:  02/10/14 





• Tickets on general sale from next Thursday
• Limited availability for star-studded Preview Evening
• Advance tickets available from just £13 

Pre-sale tickets for the new London Classic Car Show are available from today (Thursday 2 October). Staged at the ExCeL London, the international exhibition and convention centre from 8-11 January 2015 the eagerly anticipated London Classic Car Show will be packed with some of the world’s most valuable, rare and desirable classic cars, all ready to kick start the New Year in glittering style.

What’s more, instead of just being able to look, visitors will be able to see, hear and, yes, even smell the cars as one of the show’s unique features will be the Grand Avenue – a motoring runway that will allow the magical machines to be fired up and paraded through the crowds.

Another innovative feature is the appointment of show curators – personalities with a passion for cars – who will create unique exhibits and themed collections with a personal resonance.

Renowned classic car enthusiast James Martin has already been confirmed as one of the special curators, another is BBC Top Gear presenter James May. He will be presenting a typically eclectic personal selection of the ‘Cars That Changed the World’.

Visitors keen to secure tickets for what’s certain to be one of the most important additions to the thriving classic car scene, can guarantee their attendance by pre-registering on the official website in advance of tickets going on general sale next Thursday (9 October).

Those registering will not only be able to reserve the best positions to view the Grand Avenue but also to buy sought-after tickets to the exclusive Preview Evening.

Taking place on the opening night when the event opens its doors for the very first time, the Preview Evening promises to be a complete sell-out. Only a limited number of tickets are available for those wishing to join the curators and other VIP guests.

General admission prices start from just £13 if purchased in advance and rise to £47 for Premium tickets.
For more information and to pre-register visit the show website:

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