The Magnum stand is ready for your visit
Edited by mab01uk, 09 November 2017 - 07:23 PM.
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Posted 09 November 2017 - 09:03 PM
Posted 12 November 2017 - 07:35 PM
"The NEC once again plays host to the season-ending Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show – with 2500 cars hosted by more than 200 clubs, there’s something for everyone.
The tortuously-named Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery is still the UK’s largest undercover classic car event by some margin. As well as the 2500-plus classic cars to look at, delivered by 240 classic car clubs, there are 650 specialist exhibitors and traders in an autojumble area that rivals some of the biggest open-air sales…
n 2017, there have been numerous improvements to the show. For one, the dismal 1970s-standard yellow/orange lighting in the halls has finally gone, meaning that you’re getting a much truer representation of the cars’ colours. It’s also so much brighter, which means you don’t emerge from the halls with a 1970s-style sense of doom and gloom. That makes all the difference.
The halls seemed as crowded as ever (we’ll get attendance figures on Monday), the catering was as costly and unrewarding as ever, and – most importantly – the overall price of attending the event was hugely expensive: £26.50 per adult, and £12.00 for a day’s parking (unless you leave after 6.00pm when all the parking booths empty out).
If there’s a few of you going, that adds up to one expensive day out. Four mates, one car, and you’re looking at £116 before drinks, lunch and goodies at the autojumble."
AROnline show highlights photo gallery:-
Edited by mab01uk, 12 November 2017 - 07:35 PM.
Posted 12 November 2017 - 07:57 PM
Posted 12 November 2017 - 08:33 PM
Magnum were a bit vague about the panels.
No ideal of cost and said they'd be released this year.
No real details about the actual panel either/
Posted Yesterday, 08:11 PM
"Mini MK1 - full floor. Plaster moulding is to be scanned and then the tooling is made out of this pattern. Please take note all datum points, this is what makes Magnum panels so accurate."
Edited by mab01uk, Yesterday, 08:11 PM.
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