Fun, fashion and nostalgia at classic car show

2017-07-13 06:00
PHOTO: Peter Fielding Fashion and glamour is the theme of this year’s Scottburgh Classic Car Show.

PHOTO: Peter Fielding Fashion and glamour is the theme of this year’s Scottburgh Classic Car Show.

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THERE will be amusement and glamour at this year’s charity Scottburgh Classic Car Show on Sunday July 16 at Scottburgh High.

Models and cabaret artists will be driven in spectacular automobiles in the “fun and fashion parade” at 11.30am.

For the petrol heads, there will be over 400 pre-1975 cars and motorbikes to drool over. The Ford marque will hold centre-stage this year and over 50 cars are expected to participate in the parade. Over 30 classic car and bike clubs will be represented, but individual enthusiasts are invited to bring their pride and joy to display provided, it is pre-1975.

There will be a beer tent and a tea garden as well as a variety of foods available. Gates open at 7.30 am for exhibitors and 9 am for the public. There will be no steps to negotiate this year and parking for the disabled is available on the show field. Visitor entrance fees are R30 for adults, R10 pensioners and pupils. Children under 12 enter free. Free parking will be available at Scottburgh Primary and at the southern cordoned-off car park of the Scottburgh Mall with a free shuttle bus. Alternatively, cars can park in the streets surrounding the schools.

Come and enjoy a day of nostalgia while being serenaded by music from the 50s and 60s. For more information contact Peter Fielding on 039 976 1995 or visit www.scott burghclassiccarshow.co.za

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