The UK’s biggest classic car show, the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, will shine the spotlight on the ‘Heroes and Heroines’ of motoring for its 2016 edition, held on November 11-13.
Whether its household names or unsung cult heroes, the show is challenging its 250 exhibiting clubs to celebrate its chosen individual, model or marque.
With the event being held on Remembrance weekend, war heroes will be commemorated with military vehicles display expected.
Fittingly, the show has teamed up with HERO events too, who will bring a collection of rally-prepared cars for visitors to take around a specially designed course.
Richard Morley, operations director at Lancaster Insurance, said: “We’re really excited about this year’s theme as it gives real scope for clubs and exhibitors to make it their own and pay tribute to their own heroes and heroines. We can’t wait to see how the theme is interpreted.”