The success of the inaugural RIAC National Classic Car Show 2013 proved that there is strong and vibrant community of classic, vintage and veteran car enthusiasts in Ireland.
Over 10,000 visitors were treated to the most splendid display of vehicles ever assembled under one roof in Ireland.
Over 160 classic cars were displayed from both the leading Irish Classic Car Clubs and private collectors. Vehicles from the 19th century such as the 1896 Benz Patent Motor Car and the 1898 Benz Velo stood alongside a dazzling display of pre-war models such as 1937 Bugatti Type 57, the Jaguar SS100, the Derby Bentley or the Austin 7 Special and more modern models such as the 1972 Ferrari Dino, 1960 AC Cobra 427/sc or the 1951 Jaguar XK120 FHC.
Responding to the demand from exhibitors and visitors alike, the RIAC National Classic Car Show will be repeated in 2014 between 1-2 March in the RDS and will revert to a biennial frequency thereafter.
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The Royal Irish Automobile Club, founded in 1901, organised Ireland’s first Motor Shows in 1907 and 1908 and promise an “unparalleled line-up of all types of classic, post-vintage, vintage, veteran and antique cars as well as motorbikes displays” at the second RIAC National Classic Car Show on 1 – 2 March 2014.
Partners & Supporters
The RIAC 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 Veteran and Vintage Car Club and the Irish Vintage Scene magazine.