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Bremen Classic Motor Show German season start in the north

Kai Klauder
Bremen Classic Motor Show 2016
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D he big classic car fair in the north shows in its this year's special show sports cars in Italian design. Under the title “The 70s: Simply Wedge”, series models such as Lamborghini Countach, Maserati Khamsin, Lotus Esprit, Lancia Stratos and Aston Martin Lagonda are brought together in Bremen, all of which have angular shapes and a flat nose with pop-up headlights. Two rare studies from Germany, the Mercedes C111 and the M1 forerunner, the BMW Turbo X1, are also included. Another special show is dedicated to revolutionary racing and sports machines from Japan, which were used from 1968 to the 80s: Yamaha TD2, Suzuki TR 750, Elf-e Honda and many more.

In addition, offers the Bremen Classic Motor Show on an area of ​​around 47,000 square meters a private vehicle exchange with more than 200 offered classics and a good 250 stalls with spare parts, accessories, automobiles, literature and model cars. A total of 650 exhibitors from twelve nations are expected.

One of Bremen's specialties is the Young Classics trade forum in a special area in Hall 6. Original, unrestored cars from the late 1960s to early 1990s with a verifiable history and demonstrably low mileage will again be offered for sale.

Opening times: Friday to Sunday 9 am–6pm. Day ticket 16 euros, reduced 14 euros, two-day ticket 24 euros, children up to and including 12 years free. www.classicmotorshow.de


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