Rotary Stokesley is hoping for a record turnout of vehicles for its annual Classics on Show event, which will run on Stokesley Showfield on Saturday.

With this year’s event featuring an upgraded show site and receiving its strongest ever vehicle pre-registrations, organisers are optimistic it could surpass last year’s record-setting turnout of more than 800 exhibits – cars, motorbikes, campervans and commercial vehicles – and more than 3,000 visitors.

Classics on Show returns to Stokesley this Saturday

Highlights for this year include:

  • The show debut of the Whitby & District Motor Club fielding up to eight competition cars.
  • A ten-year-old Morgan three-wheeler which is one of only 50 of Morgan’s Brooklands Supersport edition.
  • The only 1968 Buick Wildcat slim pillar in the UK and which has starred in a Hollywood Blockbuster, a TV national charity fundraiser and a French high fashion magazine shoot.
  • One of the first cars to carry the Jaguar name – a 1937 SS 100 Jaguar – and one of only 198 of the 2.5 model ever made which was also a 1937 Monte Carlo Rally Award winner.
  • An expanded food court.
  • A 1972 MGB Roadster that has undergone a full nut and bolt restoration and has won numerous MG awards.

Exhibitors enter Classics on Show free, though donations are welcome. Autojumble dealers can secure a standard pitch for £20 while visitors pay £7.50 for entry or £20 for a family ticket of two adults and two children. Profits from the show go to local good causes and Rotary charities.

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