The Classic Car Show is back after a three-year break owing to the coronavirus quarantine! The exhibition takes place at the Nasrec Expo Centre on July 3 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. "Gauteng's enormous classic automobile fraternity has been robbed of the opportunity to give its machinery a proper outing since the previous midwinter Classic Car Show in 2019." "As a result, our July 3 event will be really exceptional," says Paulo Calisto, the event's organiser. Because of the event's enormous popularity, getting to Nasrec was often slow and resulted in traffic bottlenecks.
This year, there will be separate access gates for older and newer classics, making entry and leaving much easier. The organisers have opted to divide Nasrec access. Gate 5 will be used for older classic automobiles such as Mustangs, Camaros, Chargers, and others. More classic vehicles from all over the world will be on display, including British legends like MGs, Triumph TR3s, Spitfires, and Ford Escorts.
Classic Renaults such as Dauphines, R8 Gordinis, and special-edition R5s will be on display from the French side. Gate 2 will be used by modern classics such as customised VW Golfs, BMWs, Honda Civics, Toyota Corollas, and more. This year's event is likely to feature a number of cars that have been in the works for a while, as well as concourse-level examples.
The emphasis will be on family entertainment, and there will be a variety of activities, including live music, drifting, a flea market, and low-cost helicopter rides, as in previous years. Free admission for all drivers of genuine historic automobiles and one passenger. Adult tickets cost R80, while children under the age of 12 pay R20. Adult tickets cost R60 if purchased through Computicket. Cartrack and Lavida Vodka are the show's organisers for 2022. The Nasrec grounds will be open to exhibitors starting at 7 a.m. on July 3.
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