The Heritage Motor Centre hosts the eighth “Classic and Vintage Commercial Show” of trucks, tractors and other working vehicles built before 1990.
The Heritage Motor Centre hosts the eighth “Classic and Vintage Commercial Show” of trucks, tractors and other working vehicles built before 1990 on June 13 and 14 at the museum in Warwickshire, UK.
The Heritage Motor Centre, the world’s largest collection of British cars, draws together the collections of the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust. Commonly seen at the show are such commercial vehicles as the lightweight Morris J type, Ford Transit van, Scammell Heavy Haulage Tractors, and familiar marques including Dodge, Ford, Austin, Morris, AEC, Leyland, Foden, ERF, Volvo, Scania and DAF.
“This event is a real step back in time and a fascinating nostalgia trip even if you have never been connected to the world of commercial vehicles,” said Tom Caren, the show manager for the Heritage Motor Center.
According to Caren, around 4,000 visitors are expected to attend this event that showcases around 400 commercial vehicles.
This event will also include an indoor and outdoor swap meet in addition to an indoor model show within the museum with over 160 tables of models on display.
For more information, visit the Heritage Motor Centre website.