The place to view, attend & organise Classic and Vintage Shows in the UK, Europe and North America
Below you'll find Classic Car Shows, Vintage & Retro Events and Festivals that are happening all over the UK during May, June and beyond in 2019. You can also see what’s going on near you by checking out the Car Festival Booking Map. Alternatively why not register with our website now and let us keep you informed of all future events that may interest you?
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Want more? Why not check out more classic and vintage shows and festivals coming up in May, June and beyond in 2019 .We have AUTOJUMBLES, CAR CLUB MEET UPS, MOTOR SPORTS, SHOWS & FESTIVALS, TOURS & RALLIES, CLASSIC and VINTAGE just to name a few. And keep your eyes peeled for more events being added to our CALENDAR every week.
20th July 2019
Is your Car Concours ready? Do you think that your vehicle could be one of fifty specially selected Unexceptional models vying for title of Best in S... + READ MORE
20th July 2019
On Saturday 20th July 2019 Claydon Estate hosts the 6th Hagerty Festival of the Unexceptional. The itinerary for this annual celebration of the... + READ MORE
Car Festival Booking vehicle of the month
Known for their huge trucks, Daf also made a range of cars in the 1960-70s, all with CVT transmission, which Daf invented, naming it "Variomatic". As the original "rubber band" car, this was the baby of the Daf range, the bigger ones later becoming Volvos. This little car's covered only 33 thousand miles in its 47 years and was still bears the original selling garage's sticker in the rear window-Two Strokes, of Stanmore! Apart from sporting yellow (French style) halogen headlights and inertia seat belts, the car's just as it left the factory in Eindhoven, Holland! The 746cc horizontally opposed air cooled twin cylinder engine is well able to keep up with modern traffic and is used regularly, including a number of classic car shows and rallies.
Since owning it I've changed the belts, after one snapped on the M1 and I've also replaced a snapped half-shaft, aside from routine servicing and maintenance. It regularly returns 35-40 M.P.G., although the all drum brakes take some getting used to, after modern all disc systems, complete with power assistance and A.B.S.!
It's the Dutch answer to the British Mini and I love it!
We will happily admit that one of the real reasons we run Car Festival Booking is to read the stories our Members generously share with us. Whether it's about a classic, vintage or something less glamorous, without our Members anecdotes Car Festival Booking wouldn't be half as fun to run.
So thanks to all those who have contributed so far and keep your eyes peeled for new stories appearing all the time on the STORIES section of Car Festival Booking.