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The UK’s biggest one-day classic vehicle show is back as the Peter James Insurance Bromley Pageant of Motoring returns to Norman Park, Bromley, on Sunday 8th June. With around 3,000 vehicles on display including classic cars, bikes, trucks, motorcycles, tractors, and stationary engines, the organisers have added to new features and celebrations to make 2014’s show the best ever!

New for this year is Classic Trunk Trading, a chance for classic enthusiasts to fill the boot of their cars with classic parts, spares and related items and bring their vehicle to the show and trade right from where they park. The items on sale must be classic focused and no vans allowed. Spaces in the Classic Trunk Trading area are only open to show ticket holders at just an extra £5 with a show ticket. These spaces must be reserved in advance.

Early bird bookers can bring their pre-1994 classic cars to the show and park alongside owners with the same marque in the popular ‘One Make’ area for the new reduced price of just £5 including entry for both the driver and a passenger into the show.

Advance ticket holders in the One Make section will also get a voucher entitling them to a free souvenir programme and a commemorative plaque on arrival to be redeemed at sponsor Peter James Insurance stand.

From Ford Cortinas to Aston Martins, more than 1600 cars featured in this area last year, making it one of the not to be missed areas of the show ground.

Visitors to the main arena can enjoy fun and games as well as classic car parades and special guests with new host Fuzz Townshend, host of TV’s Classic Car SOS, while in the ‘bandstand bar’ there will be live music from the fantastic Elle and the Pocket Belles and the ‘firestarting’ Houndogs rockabilly band.

There’s also an extensive trader village selling a host of products and services as well as the popular autojumble and a huge classic cars for sale area.

Ticket prices are £11 for Adults when booking in advance or £14 on the gate. Senior Citizens tickets cost £8 in advance and £10 on the gate. Children’s tickets are £5 in advance and £6 on the gate. There is also a family ticket on offer for two adults and two children at just £27 when booked in advance and £34 on the gate. Show opens from 9.30am to 5.30pm and parking is free.

To book tickets visit where you can also download booking forms for clubs, cars for sale and one make entries as well as getting the latest updates.

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  1. Dennis

    Classic car models of different car brands were really very popular in old days. It was because of their looks and driving comfort. Interior designing also very nice for traveling there inside a classic car. Now a days, you can find some your favorite classic car models in museums.

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