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WHAT'S ON IN 2016

 

The Carole Nash Restoration Show at Stoneleigh on 23 October 2016 will feature a new Live Stage area. Show organiser Tom Siddall is proud to announce that this new addition will also create a 'first' in the classic car world. Starring at the show will be former Top Gear presenter Steve Berry, bringing the first ever Live Debut of an episode of his radio show, Steve's Speedshop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steve describes Speedshop as 'a digital man-cave for passionate petrolheads. A place to talk, debate and argue about old and interesting motors of all kinds'. He'll be bringing special guests to argue on the sofa, and show goers will be able to take part in a live vote as part of the ongoing series 'The Greatest' where three classics are up for discussion and ultimately, being awarded the top title, The Greatest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also appearing live on stage is Car SOS presenter and serial car-restorer Fuzz Townshend. He'll be talking about the pressures of Car SOS from the inside, and what it has been like to set up his new workshop, To-Ta Classics Ltd. Come and find out how those amazing Car SOS restos are really completed in three weeks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

During the day the Live Stage will also showcase best practice demonstrations in a variety of car restoration disciplines, from trim work to sorting out electrics and the best and fastest top tips to help you maximise your budget. Each section will be presented by specialists from the classic car restoration industry and hosted by Britain's top new internet TV show for classics, Project Shop TV. Project Shop's in-house engineers will also be on hand to discuss any resto problems you're facing, another new facility only available at the Carole Nash Restoration Show.

 

 

Adding further to the attractions at the Restoration Show, there will be a Live Stage running all day. Hosting it is one of the UK's top Classic Car workshops, Project Shop which specialises in car preparation for driveability and reliability - and who wouldn't want to know what they do?

 

Show goers will see active demonstrations of restoration skills, and discover useful top tips to keep historic cars in perfect health.

 

We’ll also be hosting live interviews with a range of celebrities and hands-on business owners. Plus visitors will be able to participate in a live episode of motoring celebrity Steve Berry’s webcast radio show, ‘Steve’s Speedshop’.

 

Learn how to:

• Rustproof your car for durability & looks

• Check and repair car electrics and wiring for reliability

• Get the best out of your paintwork with a detailing masterclass

• The importance of the right oils for your classic car

• Fit new seat covers to revive tired trim

• Discover how to prep your car for a long-distance road trip

 

PLUS ON-STAGE

Jaguar restorer Melissa Kavanagh describing about her life Hot rodding and restoring

Live episode of Steve’s Speedshop featuring Steve Berry and classic car journalists discussing ‘The Greatest’ cars made

 

PLUS

 

Hundreds of stands including those in demand spares, parts, tools and memorabilia for all car enthusiasts!

 

Auto traders showcasing their products to the market at introductory show prices!

 

Restoration projects including live displays featuring the skills of local clubs and car enthusiasts working on their latest projects. Plus tips on restoring those priceless classic models!

 

Classic car club displays featuring a wide variety of vehicle makes & models throughout the years with on hand car club members ready to discuss the history and heritage of their club and show off their pride and joy!

 

Not forgetting those general purpose stalls including clothing, media publications, tools, toys, DIY accessories

confectionery and much more.

 

Come along to this year’s Restoration Show and bag yourself a motor bargain!

WHAT'S ON

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