The London Classic Car Show, taking place at ExCel from February 14th-17th, features a Classic Car Investment Forum hosted by Tiff Needell in the Supagard Theatre.
Chaired by motoring journalist and presenter Quentin Willson, the Classic Car Investment Forum will bring together a panel of experts from a variety of firms that advise on classic cars, from lawyers and restorers to a finance house, accountancy practice and auction company. They will discuss the stabilisation of the classic car market and its current investment potential, particularly with the uncertainty of Brexit.
Panellist Chris Routledge, CEO at international auction house Coys, said: “The classic car market has reached a new and encouragingly sensible level. Sales volumes are beginning to increase as a result of sensibly priced motorcars being offered to the market at a price to sell.”
Other subjects under discussion during the show will be electrification, apprenticeships in the restoration sector, and the success of the Mini in motorsport.
Entrance to the Supagard Theatre is included in the entry ticket to the London Classic Car Show. Advance ticket prices for the London Classic Car Show start from £25 per adult, £20 per child (6-15) and £75 per family (two adults, two children).
For further information and to purchase tickets for the London Classic Car Show, visit www.thelondonclassiccarshow.co.uk.