Over on the show’s 2018 Practical Classics Live Stage, with Discovery, the team restored what is believed to be the oldest Citreon 2CV in existence, with the vehicle taken from a shell on day one to being driven off the stage with Wheeler Dealers Mike Brewer behind the wheel at the end of Sunday. The Carole Nash Barn Find display saw 20 discoveries, in various stages of decay, on show including a Triumph TR6, an Austin A35, a Singer Gazelle and a vintage caravan. Visitors were treated to live music as they viewed the barn finds while artist ArtbyBex recreated the Citroen 2CV on show in a live painting.
About Practical Classics Restoration Show
***2019 Dates announced*** Officially the UK's fastest growing classic car event, over 28,151 enthusiasts joined us for the Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show 2018, bringing together all aspects of classic motoring. From barn finds discovered after many years of storage and those project cars that have stalled in an owner's garage, to restorations just getting back on the road and those pristine marques with gleaming brightwork and proud as punch owners.
Region: West Midlands