New Car Clubs to be welcomed in 2020

Restoration Show Debut Car Clubs
With more than 150 car clubs attending the show, visitors are guaranteed to find one club that is dedicated to their favourite classic. But this year we're excited to announce that more than a dozen clubs will be making their debut with us in a few weeks.
Fans of British sports will certainly be well catered for, starting with the Capri 280 Group which looks after the final iteration of the much-loved coupe. Also attending for the first time is the MGB Register, part of the MG Car Club.
 
Those that prefer German classics should make their way to Stand 5-340 where they will find the Mercedes-Benz Club that was formed in 1952. Also in Hall 5 is the Audi Owners Club that caters for models both old and new. 
 
There are more British classics to enjoy, too, including one dedicated to the world’s most famous off-roader in the form of the Land Rover Series One Club. For those preferring family classics, the Morris Marina Owners Club and Ital Register is a must-visit in Hall 5.
 
For fans of Eastern Bloc classics the show is an opportunity to meet members of the Wartburg Trabant IFA Club - their stand is sure to feature some interesting cars.
 
Also making their first appearance at the show is the General Motors Classic Owners Group who enthusiastically support and promote all of the brands from the famous American company. And last but not least is the 1381 Motor Club.
 
It isn’t just about individual marques or models. From Wales, comes the friendly Cardigan Classic Car Club whose members own all sorts of interesting classics, while Silverstone Social was set up in 2016 and is the perfect gathering for enthusiasts from the areas surrounding the Silverstone Circuit.
 
Event Director Lee Masters said: “The show has always enjoyed fantastic support from owner’s clubs and they are the real life-blood of the classic car movement. That is why we are especially proud to welcome those making their first appearance and we are sure they will prove a hit with visitors.”