About the Wessex Advanced Motorist Annual Classic Car Show

to be held Wednesday 15th July, 2020.

The Wessex Advanced Motorist Annual Classic Car Show for both Vintage & Classic cars. ('Bikes & Commercials also welcome). With certificates for the best of each class and the Winner's Cup for the best in show. Entry is free for both Exhibitors & Visitors.

- Barry Keenan- Wessex Advanced Motorists      


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Wessex Advanced Motorist Annual Classic Car Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Barry Keenan
  • Organisation: Wessex Advanced Motorists
  • Address: Hatch Beauchamp Village Hall Recreation Ground, Hatch Beauchamp, Taunton
  • Postcode: TA3 6SG
  • Phone: 01823 254621

Wessex Advanced Motorist Annual Classic Car Show

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