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|Posted: Sat Mar 09, 2019 11:29 am Post subject: Stoneleigh Show Saturday 2nd May & Sunday 3rd May 2020
|Stoneleigh is cancelled till further notice.
Stoneleigh Kit Car Show Saturday 2nd May & Sunday 3rd May 2020
Just to let you know I have reserved stand Number 50c for all
ROC & FSCC & HISTORIC SPECIALS AND CLASSIC KIT CARS built before 1973
at the N.A.C. Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire the worlds number one show for every kit car enthusiast with old or new kit cars Saturday 2nd May & Sunday 3rd May 2020,
from 9.30am till 5.30pm. (May Day Bank Holiday weekend)
All kit car drivers are admitted free of charge.
You can camp on the site, tents and caravans, please contact the organiser's office 01406 372600 for details and forms. www.grosvenorexhibitions.co.uk
This is a very good cheap day out, over 4,000 Kit Cars, spares are cheap, where else can you buy brand new crossflow radiators for £15 to £20 and new electric cooling fans for £5?
There are 5 large Exhibition Halls and 600+ Trade Stands all the things you need for your rebuild or update. You can look at new kit cars in rolling chassis form indoors in the
dry and warm which will give you ideas on suspension, brakes and drivetrain modification for your car.
This is the best show of the year for kit car engineering.
Come to the main vehicular entrance which is located on the B4113, the Coventry to Leamington Spa road.
(follow signs for clubs and exhibitors (do not go into the Public car parks) postcode CV8 2LZ.
When you drive through the main entrance, turn 2nd right and then the stand 50c is then on the left corner.
PLEASE tell everybody you know with a suitable car and place details on websites if you can, let us have a good turn out of Rochdale cars and any other pre-1973 Kit cars.
This year we will be celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Rochdale Olympic 1960 to 2020.
Contact Tony Stanton (Rochdale Olympic 902 DUF) firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note “On the Saturday and Sunday in 2020 because of the change to the Bank Holiday”
Rochdale Olympic History Archive