2018 London Show Bigger Than Ever
Classic Car Weekly|November 15,2017

50 per cent more car clubs scheduled to appear at next year’s ExCel event

 Organisers of the London Classic Car Show have listened to concerns voiced by CCW and the wider classic car scene.

Next year’s event will host 50 per cent more classic car clubs as it expands to its largest size yet at ExCel London on 15-18 February.

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