Classic Car shows & events

The Carole Nash Restoration Show: 26 October


Are you halfway through a restoration project, or are thinking about taking one on in the near future? If so, then there’s one event you can’t afford to miss…

The Carole Nash Restoration Show is taking place on Sunday, 26 October at Stoneleigh Park in Coventry, Warwickshire. The event will host the UK’s biggest and best indoor autojumble where enthusiasts are guaranteed to find just what they’re looking for.

Outside in the showground there will be many trader stalls, selling everything from spare parts and tools to accessories and memorabilia. There will also be plenty of car cubs at the event, with members bringing along their own restoration projects for all to see. Regardless of what stage you’re at with your own project, this is the perfect time to seek some expert advice specifically related to your car.

From classics to more modern marques, you’ll be able to peer under the bonnet of cars of all ages to learn more about the restoration process. And, over at the Live Stage you’ll be able to catch a Q&A session with Car SOS presenter Fuzz Townshend.

At the beginning of this year we launched a very special challenge – the Spark Plug challenge – which we’ve taken to numerous shows and events across the country. The aim of the challenge is simple: be the quickest person to remove spark plugs from a cylinder head. And the prize? A stunning 1979 Triumph 1500!

The Carole Nash Restoration Show is hosting the Spark Plug Challenge finale, where the five quickest participants will go head-to-head to win the beautiful car. It’s bound to be a nail-biting conclusion, so don’t miss it!

Adult tickets for the show cost £9 in advanced and £13 on the gate. Children under 15 go free if accompanied by an adult. Car parking is free.

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