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Over 350 modern classic trucks descend on the Heritage Motor Centre

The Retro Truck Show
The Retro Truck Show returns to the Heritage Motor Centre for its fourth year and due to its popularity, will take place over two days on Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 September. The show will feature a display of over 350 modern classic show trucks manufactured between 1960 and 2000 including manufacturers Volvo, Scania and Daf.
In addition to the truck displays, there will also be an indoor model show and indoor & outdoor trade area.


A seminar about ‘Middle Eastern Trucking from the 1960’s onwards’ will take place on the Saturday which has now totally sold out. In the evening there will be a disco, charity auction, food stands, licensed bar and free children’s bouncy castle.  Camping is available on the Friday and Saturday nights. On the Sunday, in addition to the Show, visitors can also enjoy free entry to the Museum which houses a display of over 180 historic cars.

Tom Caren, Show Manager for the Heritage Motor Centre stated “We are delighted that this colourful retro show is being extended over two days. Even if you don’t own a truck, you will enjoy this show and all of its ‘truck’ fun!”

All trucks that fall into the age category are welcome whether they are show trucks, working trucks or work in progress! There are no trophies or judging, just the opportunity for like-minded enthusiast’s to get together and admire the trucks on display.

Tickets for the show cost £12 in advance or £15 on the day for adults, £5 in advance or £8 on the day for children and £34 in advance or £42 on the day for a family.  Gift Aid Season tickets, Tesco Club cards or any other promotional offers are not valid on this day. Parking for the public will be at the Jaguar and Land Rover car park next door to the Museum grounds but shuttles will be provided in a Double Decker bus.

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