So as you may have heard by now, we will be returning to the London Classic Car Show this year at the exCel, where some of the world’s finest classic cars will be under one roof before they’re brought to life and driven so that you can see, hear, and smell them in all of their glory.

Taking place from the 23rd to the 26th February,  this year promises to be even bigger and better and it’s still the only place to see legendary classic cars in action indoors, with it’s Grand Avenue runway giving you the chance to see everything from pioneering veterans to sixties supercars up close and personal.

The Grand Avenue and Car Club Square are returning, bigger and better than ever. The Grand Avenue will not only allow you to see and hear your favourite classics in action but will now have an open paddock allowing you to get even closer to the cars!

A brand new exciting feature for this year is the celebration of 70 years of the Ferrari road car and there will be an incredible display made up of 20 cars worth a total of more than £120 million, guaranteed to get any petrol heads juices flowing.

Confirmed cars include; 275 GTB, 250 California, 250 GT SWB, Daytona, Dino, an F40, 250 Lusso, an Enzo plus a 250 GTO, which on its own is worth more than £30 million.

“With these spectacular machines on display, the centrepiece of the London Classic Car Show will be a veritable ‘red sea’ of Ferraris showing the evolution of the marque over its seven decades,” said event director Bas Bungish.

It won’t just be Ferrari celebrating either, this year it incorporates a second show, Historic Motorsport International (HMI), which is devoted to historic racing and rallying and will include 50th anniversary celebrations for the Ford DFV Grand Prix engine and the birth of Formula Ford.

The 2017 London Classic Car Show moves into its third year with a host of spectacular features guaranteed to excite motoring enthusiasts of all ages and as in previous years, it will attract a large number of celebrities from the motoring world over the four days of the event.

Previous guests include; James May, Chris Evans, David Coulthard, Jenson Button, Sir Stirling Moss, Ari Vatanen, Gordon Murray, James Martin and Jodie Kidd, so we can expect plenty more big names in 2017.

A massive 33,000 visitors attended the show last year and this year promises to be even bigger with an estimated 40,000 people expected to attend, tickets are still available to the show and you can also take advantage of the special ticket offer we’ve set up for you.

Click here to book and Quote WGCO to get 2 tickets for £42 – normal price £24 per ticket in advance! Ticket code is valid on standard adult Friday-Sunday tickets only and is only valid in advance.

We’ll also be holding ticket giveaways in the run up to the event so make sure that you keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram profiles to find out how you can win.

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