The Practical Classics Live Stage with Discovery

The Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show, with Discovery, 2018 promises more action, more mayhem and more celebs!

The Practical Classics Live Stage with Discovery is the active heart of the show and we have an amazing line up ready for you. Our three-day rebuild in 2018 will be the most ambitious yet, as ‘team PC’  celebrate 70 years of the 2CV by reviving one of the oldest 2CVs still in existence. The car was collected from a variety of locations in North London and is now being prepared for the show. If completed it will join the Morris Minor lowlight the team built two years ago (the Morris minor also turns 70 in 2018), for a run from the Cowley factory where the Morris was built, to the Paris birthplace of the 2CV. The live stage is also home to our host of celebrity interviews, Q&As, classic car demonstrations and the Practical Classics cavalcade – it’s where things get noisy, so make sure you keep checking the website and Practical Classics Magazine for updates..   

Wheeler Dealer's Mike Brewer and For the Love of Cars Ant Anstead will be joining the motoring mayhem on the Practical Classics Live Stage with Discovery, alongside PC Editor Danny Hopkins and his trusty Deputy James Walshe. Also holding down the fort will be Salvage Hunters Drew Pritchard and Paul Cowland where they will be bringing in icon from the big screen - a barn find of the Knight Rider KITT car! You can read more here.

The Practical Classics' team will bring together experts from across the classic car industry and offer you a full-on line up of master classes, hints, tips and advice from key industry experts. 

'Ask Our Experts'

The Practical Classics' team will also be bringing together experts from across the classic car industry - specialist restorers, celebrity motoring presenters, magazine editors - to bring you a full-on line up of master classes, hints, tips and advice from key industry experts.

This valuable advice helps visitors with everything from buying a classic, to fault diagnosis and from essential maintenance to getting their treasured classic through its next MOT.  Available across the weekend was the opportunity to listen to talks and panel discussions all with question and answer sessions. What do you need help with? 

 

Have a look at the Practical Classics website here!

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