Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 30th January 2018

The fourth RIAC National Classic Car show returns to Dublin this March with leading classic car and motorcycle insurance broker, Carole Nash, being named as the official title sponsor.

The theme of this year’s show will be ‘Celebrating Italian Car Design’ and is set to be held at the RDS, Simmonscourt Hall, Ballsbridge, Dublin on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th March 2018.

The team at Carole Nash will be on hand throughout the weekend to offer discounted insurance to attendees, as well as launching an exciting new product. TV personality Fuzz Townsend will also be on the stand on Saturday and visitors will be able to ask questions and get a selfie with him.

Head of Marketing at Carole Nash, Rebecca Donohue, comments: “We are absolutely thrilled to be the naming rights sponsor of this year’s RIAC National Classic Car show. We have a full schedule on the Carole Nash stand, including an exciting announcement, so be sure to drop by and say hello.”

RIAC Chairman Arthur Collier adds, “We are delighted to be working with Carole Nash Insurance to further enhance the show as Ireland’s most prestigious classic car spectacle.”

Many of the show’s feature displays are set to exhibit a wide variety of Italian marques, from the smallest makes to the most prestigious of Italian supercars. The centrepiece of the feature stand area will be an exceptional display of Ferrari supercars reflecting the distinguished history of this iconic brand.

In addition, there will be displays of Maserati, Alfa Romeo and Abarth cars – many of which will never have been seen at an Irish classic car show. Of particular note will be the Maserati 105S racecar that is featured in all printed material to highlight the show.

Another feature display that is sure to be a favourite is the display of Micro Cars featuring six iconic cars, ranging from a rare Zandapp Janus to the smallest BMW ever made – the 300cc Isetta.

Two American Pumper Fire Engines will also be a big draw for many and add an international flavour to the exciting show.

RIAC Chairman Arthur Collier said, “The Club is pleased to once again be bringing this event to the public as it serves as a showcase for the Old Car Movement that brings so much enjoyment to so many enthusiasts throughout Ireland.”

There will also be an autojumble which will feature family orientated attractions designed to make this a show for all age groups.

More than thirty clubs will be mounting displays and the Club section of the show always produces some excellent displays and a number of surprises.

 

Ticket information:

Early bird tickets are available online for €13.50

Purchase tickets on arrival for €18

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