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Bremen Classic Motorshow

Bremen Classic Motorshow

Feb 06, 2021
3 pm - 8 pm
Online,
Bremen

Bremen Classic Motorshow

Find all about the vehicle trends for a roaring start to 2021 at the Classic Motorshow in Bremen.  Due to the measures in place as a result of coronavirus, the 2021 edition of this event will take place online.

bremen motor showOn a typical year, more than 45.000 visitors from all over the world attend the first classic car exhibition of the year, along with 650 exhibitors from 12 nations. The online version will be different, but it is still guaranteed to be exciting for car-lovers.

Unique special shows

If driving is your thing, then you'll be wowed by the special exhibitions of both cars and motorcycles that are a key feature of the Bremen Motorshow, including scooter culture  - from the practicality of the austerity-era runarounds, through the cult scooters of the 1950s and 1960s, right up to BMWs new high-tech electric prototype scooter.

Another special highlight this year is the “Rivals” exhibition, featuring seven competing pairs of historic cars displayed alongside each other, including classic rivals the Porsche 959 and the Ferrari F40. See these magnificent machines for yourself and make up your own mind about which is the best.

Spare parts and cars for sale

The spare parts market has everything the enthusiast needs for restoring and maintaining classic cars and bikes. Friendly advice and tips are always on offer from exhibitors, experts and collectors to help with your own classic car project.

If your ambitions extend beyond a spare carburettor, there are plenty of opportunities at the Motorshow to invest in your own classic car. The Young Classics exhibition, for example, offers undamaged, authentic classic cars from the late 1960s to early 1990s to be sold by both private individuals and dealers.

Attending the Bremen Classic Motorshow

Find all the details about the show and the registration link on the Bremen Classic Motorshow website.

Bremen motor show

Images credit: MESSE BREMEN / Jan Rathke