It’s Show Time at the RDS with the biggest ever AXA National Classic Car Show ready to wow car enthusiasts from far and wide.

With a display of over 250 Classic, Veteran and Vintage cars as well as motorbikes lined-up from over 40 Classic Car Clubs, many of Ireland’s leading Collectors, special Feature Cars and a French Flair theme the 2016 Show looks certain to be the best yet.

Car enthusiasts will be in for many special treats when they come in from the cold to the fully carpeted and well-lit RDS Simmonscourt Pavilion to see such special vehicles as – The Model T Ford used the in 1916 TV Series The Rebellion, A 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB – which is unique in Ireland and will appear on the Ferrari Owners’ display stand, a unique Panhard CD, which has never before been shown in Ireland or the UK.

There are also close to 70 Commercial Stands, AutoJumble and a continuous programme of interviews presented by Leo Nulty on the main RIAC stage.

The organisers

The Royal Irish Automobile Club, founded in 1901, organised Ireland’s first Motor Shows in 1907 and 1908 and promise a fascinating display of vehicles new to the Show, with many unique cars not seen before. In keeping with the theme for the Show of ‘French Flair’, the main feature stands are ‘Iconic French cars’ and a dazalling display of Panhard cars. As well as Panhard, Bugatti, Renault, Amilcar, Peugeot, Talbot, Simca and Citroen will all be well represented on the feature stands at the third AXA National Classic Car Show on Saturday and Sunday 5th and 6th March.

Partners & Supporters

The National Classic Car Show is supported by AXA Insurance, Ireland’s leading classic car and private motor insurer, as main sponsor, and partners, the Irish Independent Group, the Irish Veteran and Vintage Car Club and the Irish Vintage Scene magazine.

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