Times again backs classic car show

PUBLISHED: 14:12 04 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:43 16 August 2010

AFTER the success of last year s event, the Bromley Times is due to sponsor the world s biggest one-day classic car show again next summer.

AFTER the success of last year's event, the Bromley Times is due to sponsor the world's biggest one-day classic car show again next summer.

Bromley Car Pageant of Motoring will take place at Norman Park on Sunday, June 13.

This incredible show is now one of the biggest car events in the country and a favourite among enthusiasts and owners, attracting crowds of almost 30,000, with more than 3,500 vehicles on display.

Virtually every type of motor was represented at this year's show, from classic Cadillacs and Aston Martins to military tanks, motorbikes, trikes and buggies. Event director Jason Lunn said: "This year's tremendous Bromley Pageant was even bigger than 2008 and is now classed as a major event in the classic vehicle calendar - many people prefer it to Goodwood. I hope we can pretty much repeat that next year with the Bromley Times.

"We will be helping to celebrate 75 years of the Aston Martin Owners Club as well as featuring affordable classics such as Ford Capri and MG. Alongside this, we have vintage trucks, motorcycles, American cars, modified cars, arena entertainment, family shows with a trade area and a bumper size auto jumble area for used parts."

For the latest show information or to book your car or car club into the pageant, call 01775 768661 or email The show website is To book discount advance tickets, call the 24-hour hotline on 0871 231 0839.

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