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NEC Classic Car Show report

19th November 2019

MSCC had a fantastic stand at the recent NEC Classic Car Show, located in Hall 1 alongside the  most prominent car clubs in the country. The show attracted 71,000 visitors, viewing displays from 300 clubs.

Our display included some 13 Morgans on three and four wheels, ranging from Martyn Webb’s 1910 replica to a 2019 Plus 4 and Plus Six. Thank you to Phil Royle for organising our stand, and all the owners of the cars and the other volunteers who helped over the weekend. Thanks also to Steve Morris and Morgan Motor Co for the loan of the Factory’s own AeroMax.

There was a full report in the January 2020 issue of Miscellany.

the 2020 event has unfortunately been cancelled. Full details here https://www.necclassicmotorshow.com/

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