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Techno Classica: The trade fair in the cultural capital

Techno Classica Essen 2010
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Z In addition, more than 2,500 old and young timers in the most varied of price categories are to be expected to be offered for sale.

200 clubs and 250 spare parts sellers at Techno Classica

Part of the 110,000 square meter exhibition area will again this year be the old and Filling youngtimer clubs. In 2010, 200 interest groups have already registered. Under the motto 'Find instead of search' in the exhibition halls two, five, six, eight and nine over 250 suppliers offer historical spare parts and accessories. If you are not looking for a new fender or rare tail lights, you will certainly find a souvenir among the wide range of model cars, neon signs, care products or literature collections.

Many large automakers come to Techno Classica

While Ferrari, Bentley, Bugatti and Seat have theirs Have not yet confirmed their participation in the Techno Classica in Essen, visitors can count on the regular participation of other major manufacturers. Mercedes is taking the market launch of the new SLS as an opportunity to present sports cars from 100 years of Mercedes tradition. It will also be sporty in Hall twelve - there BMW celebrates the victory of the BMW 328 Mille Miglia 70 years ago and shows the Mini history in the direct vicinity. There will also be a commemorative exhibition for the 100th birthday of racing driver Georg 'Schorsch' Meier who died in 1999.

VW with off-road vehicle exhibition

In Hall seven, VW is drawing attention to the Group's 40-year-old tradition of SUVs, fun vehicles and crossovers - from the 181 to the Touareg II. The exhibition of the last VW bucket and the Tarek, Golf Country, Dune, Buggy and Iltis models is planned. In addition, Volkswagen commemorates the crawler's 75th birthday with a VW 3 replica and the 1985 anniversary beetle. The history of the Beetle continues at the ZeitHaus exhibition. With eleven chassis based on Beetles, the museum shows how special bodies changed the appearance of the Beetle. The rarities include, for example, a Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet and Coupé, a Beutler Special Cabriolet, a Volkswagen Type 14A Hebmüller Cabrio, a VW Denzel Sport and other little-known highlights from VW history.

30 years of QuattroAudi

Audi is presenting its stand under the theme '30 years of quattro'. A total of five vehicles will be on display: the original quattro from 1980, the Audi Coupé quattro from 1987, the Audi RS2 from 1993, the Audi S2 Coupé from 1995 and the Audi V8 DTM. The Audi Museum and the Audi Club International can also be found on the 700 square meter stand in hall seven. The Czechs are also following the sporty motto with 'Sporty Skoda' and are planning to exhibit seven to eight vehicles, including the 110R. Porsche also celebrates traditional sports. The Zuffenhausen-based company is reminiscent of the first Le Mans victory 40 years ago on its exhibition area and is showing the 911 GT1 98. Porsche Clubs are also presenting themselves, and the factory is showing a restoration project in 'working condition'.

Peugeot celebrates its 200th brand anniversary

Ford is only represented with the Ford Club stand in Hall 3 - this year the focus is on the anniversaries of P3 and Knudsen-Taunus . Volvo is coming this year with a special exhibition on the 75-year-old Volvo PV 36 and Alfa Romeo is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Citroen uses the opportunity to present the new Citroen DS in the vicinity of the historical counterpart - and the French brand Peugeot is also presenting the newly introduced Coupé RCZ and is also celebrating the 200th anniversary of the brand.

Opening times of the fair

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010: Press and trade visitor day 2.00pm - 8.00pm
Thursday, April 8th, 2010: 10.00am - 6.00pm
Friday, April 9th 2010: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 10, 2010: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, April 11, 2010: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Bargain market Techno-Collecta Open-Air (outdoor vehicle sales)

Saturday, April 10, 2010: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, April 11, 2010: 9 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.

Admission prices

Premium day ticket (for Wednesday, April 07, 2010: preview, press and trade visitor day): € 30.00
Adults: € 20.00
young people, schoolchildren (15 to 1 7 years), students, unemployed and disabled
(upon presentation of proof): € 16.00
children and young people (8 to 14 years): € 10.00
children (under 8 years of age accompanied Adult): free entry
family ticket - parents with 2 children (up to 17 years): € 50.00
groups of 20 people or more p. P.: € 18.00
Exhibition catalog magazine: € 10.00


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