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The ClassicLine team are looking forward to returning to the seventh Hampshire Classic Motor show at Breamore House on Sunday 11th August 2019. Set in acres of beautiful parkland, the house was completed in 1583 and has been the home to nine generations of the Hulse family, and it’s the perfect location for a summer Sunday show. Around 400 vehicles will be on display and there really is something for everyone, from classic cars and motorcycles to commercial and military vehicles.

As the headline sponsor of Gemini Events, Classic Motor Shows, we are looking forward to seeing all the car clubs who are attending. Read our quick guide to what else you can expect to see…

Talk to the team…

Our insurance experts will be at the show all day and on hand to answer all your questions. So, whether you would like to find out more about cover for your classic, retro or modified vehicle; or would like to chat to our team about how we can support your car club, we would be more than happy to help.

You can even pick up a few freebies too!

Expect to see…

The show is always supported by a wealth of local and national car clubs, and this year visitors will get to enjoy classics from the likes of the Ford Sidevalve Owners’ Club, Club Triumph, and the Triumph Dolomite Club.

There are plenty more, including the Southampton and New Forest groups of the MG Owners’ Club and Austin A30/A35 Owners’ Club who will also be bringing along some terrific cars.

And when it comes to cars there is a real treat in store for visitors to this year’s show. Plenty of British classics will be on hand to bring back some memories, from Triumph Stags and Morris Minors to pre-war delights including a 1928 Austin Chummy and a 1936 Wolseley 14. And look out for the quirky Bond Bug and stylish Panther Kallista.

For those that prefer something a little more exotic the Lancia Delta Integrale and 1974 Alfa Romeo Montreal are guaranteed to draw plenty of admirers, while the 1961 Facel Vega HK500 is a stunning French classic that’s not to be missed.

Fans of modern classics haven’t been forgotten, though, with models from Ford, Honda and Volvo on hand to delight old and young enthusiasts alike.

Take part in…

There will be Daily Driver and Pride of Ownership competitions, with the overall winner receiving a year’s free car insurance from ClassicLine at the end of the show season. The annual Concours also culminates in the ‘Best in Show’ award to close the show.

The trader village and craft stalls always draw an enthusiastic crowd too.

Hope to see you there!

Gates open at 10am until 4pm. Admission starts from £8 for adults, £4 for children (4-16 years) and a family tickets at £20 for two adults and two children. Visitors can benefit from a 20% early bird discount with pre-booked tickets. Free parking for all visitors.

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