Classic show

Classic show

The RIAC National Classic is set to take place in the RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 February.

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The first national car show the RIAC has organised since 1908 promises to be an eclectic gathering of vehicles spanning the last century of motoring in Ireland.

The organisers have had to take extra space in the RDS to accommodate the growing list of vehicles that will be on show.

Many of the cars on view have been rescued and lovingly restored from, in some cases, barns and ditches they were found in and from all corners of the world.

Some of the restorations are impeccable and a true sign of the dedication of enthusiasts in Ireland.

Bob Montgomery, Event Coordinator, said: "We are thrilled with the response from the clubs and individual collectors who want to be part of this event.

"I can confirm that we will have a fantastic representation of vehicles from early in the 1900s right up to more modern cars that are already viewed as classics of the future."


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