New highlights at the Bremen Classic Motorshow

Start of the season for the classic car scene

The 16th Bremen Classic Motorshow closed its doors on Sunday 4 February after three eventful show days. The Bremen Fair halls saw 40,931 visitors (2017: 45,577). Visitors celebrated the start of the 2018 classic car season with 661 exhibitors from ten nations.
The highlights of the fair for vehicle culture were the special exhibitions and the new trading platforms. On show were Gran Turismo dream cars, British motorcycles that had competed in the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy road race, TÜV certified “Young Classics”, classic off-road vehicles and “V8 Survivors”, American cars from the 50s and 70s with their original paintwork.
Displays by around 100 car and motorcycle clubs and the “Stahlrenner” drew crowds of people: visitors queued to see racing bikes and time-trial machines from the 30s to the 80s. “This theme also brings in younger visitors to the halls, so we plan to use it again in 2019,” says Hans Peter Schneider, Managing Director of Messe Bremen & ÖVB-Arena.
The dates of the next Bremen Classic Motorshow are already in the diary. It will be held from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 February 2019, at the Bremen Fair. Further information is also available at

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