Bromley Pageant of Motoring is still the biggest one-day classic car show in the world!
The Bromley Pageant of Motoring, the world's largest one-day Classic car show, will be promoted exclusively under the Classic Car Weekly banner in 2008.
The Pageant is one of the highlights of the classic car calendar and we were delighted to also announce sponsorship from both Sea France and Footman James.
The Pageant is established as something of an institution amongst enthusiasts from all over the world. Where else would you find more than 3,000 classics in one place! It is a superb celebration of this wonderful way of life - a true flavour of a by gone age - and provides one of the best opportunities available to soak up Bromley's unique atmosphere of friendly club stands, displays and fellow enthusiasts.
This year's Pageant is building on previous years and promises to be better than ever with a number of added attractions, making this a great day out.
Bromley Pageant is famous for its one-make section where vehicles of each make and model can be entered and parked together. From Ford Cortina's to Aston Martins more than 1600 cars featured in this area last year. Entries are now open for this incredible feature. Entry for the vehicle is free (both driver and passenger require tickets) and includes a free show programme and entry plaque.
There is so much more with a huge Cars for Sale area, Fun Fair, Steam Engines, Trucks, Motorcycles, Modified Cars, the list goes on AND not forgetting one of the biggest classic vehicle trade shows in the UK with hundreds of Autojumble stands, and trade stands including the latest products, parts, services and new vehicles on display.
You can apply for day tickets, club space, trade stands and one make parking now. Tickets are available on our 24hr Ticket hotline 0871 231 0839. For all car and club bookings call 01775 768661 (9am - 5.30pm) or visit the downloads page on this site for more info and booking forms.
Official Website: http://www.bromleypageant.co.uk/home.html
Added by boncey on April 13, 2008