Wednesday, 12th March 2008
Due to the success of the first show on Easter Sunday '07, the classic car sale/show returns to the Woodlands hotel again on Easter Sunday 23 March 12pm
Last years show saw almost 150 classic and vintage cars on display and sale by their owners.(no commission is charged, just make an offer to the seller if you are interested)
If you have a classic car you would like to sell or trade the Woodlands hotel is the place to be on Easter Sunday.(simply contact the organisers for an entry form)
All makes and models will be on display including Mercedes, Jaguar, Rolls Royce, MG, Ford and many more. Motoring enthusiasts from all parts of the country and the UK will attend the show.
It does not cost the earth to own your dream classic car. Road tax is only €50 for the year and AXA insurance will be on hand to advice on the best policy for your classic.
Many of Ireland's top celebrities drive classic cars including Bono who drives a Maserati, the edge drives a Mercedes and Lisa Stansfield drives a Jaguar XJC.
The classic car sale/show will appeal to everybody whether buying, selling or just having a nostalgic look at the cars your grandparents drove.
Come along and see these classic beauties. Carvery lunch and bar food are available all day. For a full list of upcoming shows see www.classiccarsales.ie
For further details or entry forms contact Dermot Flynn 01 6600622 or email admin(at)classiccarsales.ie
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