Bremen Classic Motorshow presents rare treasures
3 – 5 February 2012
Bremen Exhibition Centre
'Original' is the best word to describe the theme of the special show at the tenth Bremen Classic Motorshow. Ten carefully selected exhibits will grace this classic vehicle show from 3 to 5 February 2012. These cars are original pieces of motoring history which have been beautifully preserved in Mulhouse in Alsace.
The Bremen Classic Motorshow will display each exhibit just as it was in the 20s and 30s. The stars of the show include a Voisin C7C from 1928, a Hotchkiss AM2 from 1927, an Austro Daimler ADR 6 and a Ravel 9HP from 1925 – possibly the last of its kind and built, incidentally, by the brother of the composer Maurice Ravel. But it's not just the cars where 'original' is the magic word – motorcycle fans too will swoon over original machines that are unrestored but still in working order, including a Victoria Bergmeister, a Wanderer 500, an Opel Motoclub and a Württembergia. The younger classic cars from the late 60s to early 90s must also meet a number of criteria. They must be original and unrestored, with a full history and no more than 100,000 kilometres on the clock.
Special hotel deal from just €117 per person includes 2 nights in a double room incl. breakfast, 1 day pass for the Bremen Classic Motorshow, 1 guided tour (English/German) of the city centre, 1 ErlebnisCard (discovery card) and 1 evening meal. Bookable through Bremer Touristik-Zentrale.