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The weekend of September 21st/22nd at Event City, Trafford Park, Manchester.

Organised by the group who brought you the NEC Classic car shows.

The AMOC have a stand very near the entrance with.

To Book Tickets for the show go to

http://www.manchesterclassiccarshow.com/tickets/

Click on the day you want to buy for (Sat or Sun). This will take you to the box-office site. You'll be asked for a password. Enter the phrase myclub13 in the box and click the 'next' button. This then exposes the £10.00 ticket deal and you can select up to two adult £10.00 tickets and two free kids tickets.

By phone: Simply call the box office number 0844 888 9991 and tell the
operator you have a discount code. Quote the myclub13 code when asked and again you're able to book your £10.00 ticket/s - up to two adult tickets and any combination of free and additional kids tickets (if you have more kids coming then it's best to book over the phone rather than use the web as there's a human on the other end and they should be able to cope with more complicated combinations of paid adults/free kids/half price kids etc.

Adrian
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wondercat
Just dropped my car at the show, very impressed. On display are MK1 Escorts to Lamborghini. Don't expect many AMOC members, as it's a bit far north. You don't know what you are missing!

DB7 the model that saved the marque.
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12 POT
wondercat wrote:

Just dropped my car at the show, very impressed. On display are MK1 Escorts to Lamborghini. Don't expect many AMOC members, as it's a bit far north. You don't know what you are missing!

Pleased to hear that your car is part of the display, unfortunately, I am involved in a family celebration this weekend otherwise i might have considered the trek North.  For future reference what is the parking situation like if driving up to attend the show?
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mcatlin
This event is at Trafford Centre not Trafford Park. they are two separate places. Unfortunately busy this weekend or would definately be there.
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asington
Surprised to read Wondercat's comment that it's a bit far north for AMOC members. There is a goodly gaggle of us living north of the M25 where life does go on. As it so happens I'm in France otherwise I would have been there with my DB7 Volante.
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duncan_wd
My Vanquish was going to be displayed, unfortunately I'm away and could not make it. I did enjoy the one earlier in the year and I'm certainly up to do another one. There really are a lot of real enthusiast at these shows and I enjoyed some very interesting conversations. I think more dad's enjoyed sitting in mine than their kid's did.
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wondercat
12 P0T wrote:

Pleased to hear that your car is part of the display, unfortunately, I am involved in a family celebration this weekend otherwise i might have considered the trek North.  For future reference what is the parking situation like if driving up to attend the show?

There seems to be a good amount of parking available, and I believe it's free.

DB7 the model that saved the marque.
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Rich5ltr
I usually attend the NEC Classic Car Show in Birmingham which has been running for years in November so I will be  interested to see how this develops.
Still burning hydrocarbons just for fun! 

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Mike_db7
Visited the show on Saturday very good albeit quite small, it has potential to grow and maybe match up to the NEC. apparently there were a few no shows (no pun intended) those who promised and didn't pitch up spoilt some of the displays with gaps on the Stands AMOC stand being one of them.
It was a great shame as a lot of people put a lot of work into the show.
Would certainly come up from the South again, lets hope it gets bigger.
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