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The PEAK Hong Kong|October 2017

Hong Kong’s premier motor celebration returns for its second year with a stunning showcase of prized classic and collector cars alongside motor talks, entertainment and live music.

It’s time for motoring enthusiasts and festival-goers to mark their calendar – this weekend-long festival, presented by Sino Group and set along the picturesque Gold Coast, brings together over 70 luxury vehicles, from prized classics to the most sought-after hypercars.

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