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The 1980s treated us to some memorable and magnificent motors, including the spine-tingling Lamborghini Countach, entertaining rally cars such as the Audi Quattro, hot hatchbacks like the Peugeot 205 GTI, the famous VW Campervan and monstrous 4x4s.

Join us as we jump in the DeLorean and head down Memory Lane with this brand new marquee exhibit, packed with famous motors from this iconic era.

Whether you saw these charismatic cars on the road, in magazines and manuals or had a poster slapped on the bedroom wall, you’ll now be able to get up close and personal with some of the top motors from this decade and revel in 1980s nostalgia.

The popular two-day event celebrates classic cars from bygone decades, with the spacious halls of the Royal Bath and West Showground filled end-to-end with specialist traders, parts suppliers, jumble stands and amazing club displays – making the annual event the place to be for all things classic motors.

Club stands aplenty will be filling the halls, showcasing some of the best examples of fine motor manufacturing on their creative handmade stands. Clubs are an integral part of what makes the classic car scene so strong – and to thank them we’ll also be giving awards to the best clubs on the Sunday, including the coveted Best in Show and the best 80s-themed stands.

With masses of specialist trade stalls, autojumbles and Sunday’s good old-fashioned car boot, the stand-out car show of the New Year is the ideal place to grab a special find for your automotive project.

Having dusted down their treasured transport after the long winter months, hundreds of drivers will fill the Classic Car Park and help form one of the most impressive displays of privately owned vehicles that you’ll ever see. Photographers are often found snapping row upon row of incredible machinery, varying in era and stages of repair – it really is a sight to behold!

Advance tickets are only £10, saving £3 on the gate price. To buy your advance tickets visit:

Drivers who park up in the Classic Car Park can enter for just £5. Admission for passengers is £13, or just £10 if bought in advance.

Advance tickets close on 8.30am on Monday, February 3, 2020.

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