In the Hanseatic city of Bremen, commerce and seafaring are as well established as entrepreneurship and innovative spirit. So it’s not surprising that there’s more to the Bremen Classic Motorshow than the sale of historic cars – an extraordinary trading forum has come into existence. Avoiding traditional categories such as classics, recent models and used cars, the forum features a new generation of undamaged, authentic classic cars. The term “young classics” refers to original, non-restored cars dating from the late 60s to the early 90s with a watertight history and which can be sold by private individuals and dealers alike. And the idea of such a trading forum became a success story extremely quickly. At past events, the majority of the young classics found a new owner on the first day and many could have been sold several times over: the Renault 4 GTL, the Bertone coupé (the Simca 1000) and the Porsche 964 Carrera RS Lightweight, to name but a few.