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VIC: Motorclassica 2017, Australian International Concours d’Elegance and Classic Motor Show at the Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, 13-15 October 2017
October 13, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - October 15, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Australia’s premier automotive extravaganza for rare and exotic, historic, vintage, veteran, classic and collectable cars and motorcycles, Motorclassica, is set for an exciting eighth year.
Motorclassica 2017 will be staged once again at Melbourne’s magnificent 19th century Royal Exhibition Building over the 13-15 October weekend, celebrating enthusiasm for all things automotive and the automotive lifestyle.
Come together with car enthusiasts, collectors and lovers of automotive design from all around Australia to experience Australia’s greatest motor show, Motorclassica, the Australian International Concours d’Elegance and Classic Motor Show.
This year Motorclassica prepares to host the official Australian celebration of Ferrari’s 70th anniversary. Chosen amongst other World Heritage listed venues internationally, Motorclassica joins the slate of 70 international events officially sanctioned by Maranello for its sapphire jubilee. And whilst the prancing horse will take centre stage in this year’s Australian International Concours d’Elegance, it will be joined by a range of other marque birthdays and celebrations including Australia’s own Holden, Lancia, Moto Guzzi and our very special tribute to the golden years of vintage speedway.
Regular features include Tour Classica, Club Sandwich, the Collector Car Auction and Motorclassica @ The Movies, along with over 80 exhibitors in this year’s Classic Motor Show retail space.
On October 20, Australia’s own homegrown marque, Holden will forever close the doors on its manufacturing plant in Elizabeth, South Australia, marking 100 years since the production of the very first Holden-bodied vehicle. To celebrate both this milestone and the end of an era, Motorclassica will showcase an incredible display of Holden’s car-making and design, including several early and rare Holden-bodied cars, the first Australian-built prototype 48-215, a range of production and race cars and no less than four iconic GMH concept cars, including both the Hurricane and EFIGY. GMH will also present a timeline of the Commodore from the VB though to the brand new model which will be unveiled to the public for the very first time at Motorclassica.
If purchasing tickets, members may use the Club’s discount code 69FCUQ.
For more information visit the Motorclassica website: