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Great North Classic Car Show 2019 Review

15 October 2019

This years event featured a weath of over 400 historic and exotic vehicles to suit all interests and budgets, from vintage tractors through to hyper cars such as the 2019 Mclaren Senna.  Once again the show included a 20 model Aston Martin time line exhibit curated and assembled by the Aston Workshop which proved incredibly popular.  The show enjoyed a great attendance from clubs, privateers and visitors, who enjoyed the significant hospitality afforded by the on-site Orchard Marquee venue and the Black Horse gastro-pub.

Next years Great North Classic Car Show will be help on Saturday 4th July 2020, so pop that date in your diaries!  You can view a trailer for next years show HERE

The GNCCS also played host to Beamish Auction's first live event.  Following a successful preview day, Saturday afternoon got off to a very busy start with 50 lots of the automobilia.  The items offered for sale included rare watches, artwork, books, sporting goods and some signed pieces by motorsport legends including Ayrton Senna.

Bidding was intense, both in the room and online, and many items were in high demand achieving great prices at the hammer. The second part of the sale featured classic cars and motorcycles, seeing a strong demand for many lots including barn finds and classic Land Rovers.  Once particularly notable sale of the day was a multi concours winning almond green Morris 1000 Traveller, which sold for in excess of £20,000 including buyers premium.