Drive It Day returns to Bicester Heritage this Sunday!
Bicester Heritage will open its gates to an estimated 5000 visitors this Sunday – here's how you can take part
Bicester Heritage is opening its gates to the public for the first Sunday Scramble during Drive It Day on Sunday 22 April.
An estimated 5000 visitors are expected to attend the anticipated event, at the former RAF base, highlighting the mantra of 'Drive It Day' itself - a national scheme devised by the FBHVC to encourage the enjoyment and continued use of the country's historic vehicles.
- Record numbers at first Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble of 2018
- Buy Niki Lauda's Nürburgring Mercedes Cosworth!
- Great classic cars for sale
An open invitation for any classic car owner to get out and drive, with the aim of raising awareness nationwide for the great British love of historic motoring and industry, Drive It Day has proven to be a huge success in previous years.
Alongside veteran, vintage and battle-hardened racing cars taking to the Bicester tarmac, a number of vintage aircraft will be present - including 'Finest Hour Experiences' and its Tiger Moth RAF training plane set to offer visitors the opportunity to see the show from the air.
The specialist businesses of Bicester Heritage will also be opening its doors and offering the chance to see the latest projects and ever-changing stock up close. From interior fabric specialists to rally team headquarters, there will be something from every spectrum of classic car restoration.
This April the Motor Transport yard will be full for the first time, with the unveiling of Sports Purpose and Robert Glover Ltd's new showrooms. The Wriggly Monkey Brewery will have its first 'permanent ale' ready to sample. You can even win a cask of 'Full Tilt'!
Revered photographer Amy Shore will host her debut exhibition in the freshly restored former Station Armoury at the heart of the RAF site. You can read more about Amy's showcase here.
Sell your car with AutoClassics - for free!
Looking to sell your classic car, but driven mad by tyre kickers and time wasters? We have the solution for you!
Bring your classic with you to the Sunday Scramble on April 22, park up in the AutoClassics Cars for Sale Hangar and connect directly with fellow enthusiasts and collectors - making the sale process quick and easy.
Set within a 1936 Grade II listed hangar, we will provide an engaging setting for your sale, featuring a new Lister Thunder, Ben Coombs world-trotting TVR, an original Honda NSX and a glider simulator. The perfect atmosphere for selling your classic.
Find out more about selling your car with us here.
Advance discount tickets for the Sunday Scramble are still available! Get them here.
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