Why you want to visit the Classic Vehicle Restoration Show
Always fancied transforming a project car to concours quality? The Footman James Classic Vehicle Restoration Show on November 3-4 is a must-visit
The Footman James Classic Vehicle Restoration Show does exactly what it says on the tin. Celebrating anything and everything restoration on any and every classic vehicle you can think of, this really is the place to go if you love watching the life return to a run-down motor.
It’s the season finale for our trio of events in the Southwest, and we love nothing more than to finish on a high! This November 3-4, at the Royal Bath & West Showground in Shepton Mallet, we’re putting on our biggest and best show yet. This is one you won’t want to miss…
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Often the last ride-out before tucking up the classics ready for winter hibernation, the Classic Car Park at the Restoration Show is one last opportunity to get out and about in your pride and joy. This area of the event is a definite highlight; you’ll often find photographers, journalists and enthusiasts alike mooching through the rows upon rows of this classic vehicle mecca!
Drivers can enter the show for just £5 as a gesture of goodwill from the organisers (tickets only available on the day). Remember, all those who park up are automatically entered to win a variety of awards and prizes each day.
For more information on the show and to purchase your tickets, please visit www.cvrs.bristolclassiccarshows.com.
What: The Footman James Classic Vehicle Restoration Show
When: 3-4 November, 2018
Where: The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, BA4 6QN
Classic Cars for Sale
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