About the Devon Riviera Classic Car Show

to be held Sunday 28th July, 2019.

Entry packs for the 2019 show will be available for download from February. The cut-off age for exhibits is 1992 with the exception of cars in the Americans and Custom/Exotic classes, and clubs. All entries are accepted at the discretion of the organisers. A minimum of 5 vehicles is needed for a club stand and we recommend block applications for this. Drivers must agree to be on site by 10am and not to move their vehicles until the show closes after the prizegiving ceremony at the end of the day. We plan the layout of the field to accommodate as many vehicles as possible, but once we’ve reached capacity on advance bookings we aren’t able to accept any more and the entry form is withdrawn. In recent years we’ve been fully booked by early May. We do sometimes find that we have a few spare spaces on the day. We can never guarantee this, but if so then we will accept some late entries. All exhibitors are given a rally programme and a small memento to show our appreciation. For Further information please visit our website:https://www.towc.club/riviera-classic-car-show.

- Philip Haste- Torbay Old Wheels Club      


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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

Devon Riviera Classic Car Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Philip Haste
  • Organisation: Torbay Old Wheels Club
  • Address: Paignton Green, Paignton, Torbay, Devon
  • Postcode: TQ4 6BJ
  • Phone: 01803 557466

Devon Riviera Classic Car Show

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