Trade Classics First Classic Car Show in Leamington Spa is a Success

Jaguar EtypeWe hosted our first Trade Classics classic car show today in the Old Town area of Leamington Spa in aid of charity to help its Mary Portas regeneration programme.

A total of 13 local classic car owners supported the event from 9am – the early start didn’t matter though as there was a lovely array of food from caterers including Jabberwocky and Red Banger.

From a somewhat cloudy start the weather soon opened up and by mid-morning basked us in glorious sunshine – people couldn’t have wished for better weather considering the outlook at the start of the week.

Everyone loved the sheep sheering demonstrations and it gathered a big crowd – thanks to Shawn for running the show and providing a mix of sheep farming information together with stand-up quality comedian jokes!

We’d like to personally thank the following people for coming along and showing off their pride and joy:

– Richard in his Austin Mini (there no charge for fixing your bonnet :-) )
– Joe in his yellow Jaguar XJ-S
– Carl in his stunning Russet Brown Triumph Spitfire
– Greg in his 1968 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow
– Mike in his BMW 840i (yes not the 850i)
– Arthur in the Jaguar XKR
– Richard in the 1966 Ford Mustang (what a beauty)
– Neil in his VW Beetle (eat your dinner of the engine bay clean)
– Loz in the ‘pensioner spec’ Austin Metro (with walking stick)!
– Matt from RetroWarwick in his Range Rover Vogue
– Shaf in the Aston Martin DB7
– and finally Frank in his tractor

Watch this space for future classic car shows in Leamington Spa – please get in touch if you have a car you’d like to bring along and we’ll keep you up-to-date with our future plans.

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Emma Jones

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