The Classic Car Show Gears Up for 7 July

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Expect to see a staggering variety of classic cars to show up for the mid-winter rendition of The Classic Car Show at Nasrec Expo Centre on July 7th.

Several brands and models celebrate important milestones this year, including Mini, which turns 60. First launched in August 1959, the little car quickly became a global icon. It was launched in South Africa late in 1959, and Minis were actually built in South Africa (in Cape Town) until the early '80s. Expect to see a large contingent of first-generation Minis at Nasrec on the 7th of July.

Joining the party will be a number Ford Capris, with the stylish "mini-Mustang" from the blue-oval celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. How many Peranas will be at Nasrec? We can't wait to see...


The Ford Capri celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Expect to see a number of these cars at Nasrec for the show.

And who can forget the Datsun SSS, also celebrating its 50th birthday this year. Expect to see a big number of these cracking little sedans at Nasrec, some stock... and some not at all!

As per usual, there will be a large number of American muscle cars and some British beauties, too.

The event details

  • The owners of classic cars will be admitted free of charge to the Classic Car Show on July 7, 2019. Admission will be free for the driver and one passenger, while extra passengers will have to pay a full admission fee.
  • The Show runs from 8 am to 4 pm. Classic car owners can gain access to the display area from 7 am.
  • Admission prices are R60 for adults if the ticket is booked through Computicket, or R80 at the gate. Entrance for children under12 will be R20.
  • As usual there will be a full complement of entertainment, food and drink laid on by the organisers, with live rock music being a traditional feature of the show. There will be entertainment for children such as kiddies go-karts and jumping castles, and helicopter rides will also be on offer.

For more information, visit www.classiccarshowco.za, send an e-mail to events@classiccars.co.za or call organiser Paulo Calisto on 060 524 3767.

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