23 July 2023 Michael_T-V

Less than 16 weeks to go until the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor show!

10th - 12th November 2023


With less than 16 weeks to go until the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show – we thought it was worth reminding you about the spectacular “end of season” event held at the NEC in Birmingham every November. This year it takes place between the 10th – 12th November.

We shared with you in May that we’d been selected to attend the event this year. In case you missed it – you can find the ado16.info stand in Hall 3, stand 3-170.

We’re finalising the details of the vehicles we’ll be looking to have on the stand over the coming weeks – but this year is probably our most varied stand.

The show brings together a great array of classic car and motorcycle clubs along with their iconic classic and vintage cars and motorbikes.

No matter what you’re looking for, this is the ultimate season finale for any classic car/bike owner, collector, enthusiast, club member, or simply anyone with a passion for classic vehicles!

But it’s not just about the classics on display. As well as admiring these amazing vehicles, you can shop for those elusive pieces in the autojumble, or source parts and tools for your maintenance and restoration needs from the many specialist traders.

Looking for something to fill that classic-shaped hole in your life? You’ll find an outstanding range on offer from the Dealers and at Silverstone Auctions.

Then there are all the activities you can enjoy. Hear talks from motoring celebrities and experts, learn from specialists throughout the halls, or drive out in unique classics with HERO-ERA or Sporting Bears, helping them raise money for some brilliant children’s charities.

Special member pricing…

Members of ado16.info can receive up to £4 off a ticket if they book before midnight on Thursday 9th November 2023. Full details are available here.

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Michael's interest in cars started from an early age, when he would spend time in his Dad's garage observing many a job being undertaken. Naturally as Michael grew up, cars were firmly a part of his DNA, and as such the interest has gone from strength to strength. Having always had a keen interest in all things British, it probably wouldn't surprise you to know that his portfolio of cars have always been British made.