About the The South Zeal Devon Classic Car & Motorcycle Show

to be held Saturday 28th March, 2020.

Arrive in the morning between 10 and 12 (later by appointment) and bring your classic or modern classic Car, Motorcycle, Van, Truck, Bus or 4 wheel drive. If you telephone or email us on 01837840244 or spowelluk@aol.com we can reserve a parking space to display your vehicle. You can bring more than 1 vehicle and vehicle entry costs £4 per vehicle. Information at www.theoxenhamarms.com

- Simon Powell- SZ Classic Car Club      


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The South Zeal Devon Classic Car & Motorcycle Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Simon Powell
  • Organisation: SZ Classic Car Club
  • Address: The Oxenham Arms, South Zeal, nr Okehampton
  • Postcode: EX20 2JT
  • Phone: 0183 784 0244

The South Zeal Devon Classic Car & Motorcycle Show

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