Vintage and Prestige Fine Motor Cars are attending the 28th Techno-Classica Show in Essen on the 6-10th April 2016. We will be in Hall 3, stand 269 showcasing approximately twenty vintage and prestige cars from our Essex based classic car showrooms. If you cannot make it, Vintage And Prestige Cars will psot the images shortly after the show.
Over 2,500 vehicles were on sale at Techno-Classica Essen - thus, the fair was the world's largest trading place on the classic vehicle scene. At no other fair do the dealers turn up in such large numbers as in Essen - and, in the meantime, they come not only from all over Europe, but also from overseas. Amongst others, exhibitors from North and South America as well as from China presented their available ranges. An international expert jury chose the Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet Series 1 from the dealer Axel Schütte as the "Best of Show". Over 220 clubs which presented themselves with a lot of passion ensured numerous spots of colour at the fair: "The Hunchback of Wolfsburg" or "Raid in the Red Light District" were just two of the mottos which stuck in the visitors' memories.
Stefan P. Eck from the organiser S.I.H.A. Ausstellungen Promotion GmbH made a positive assessment: "Techno-Classica Essen was able to continue its pulsating success story. Every one of the dealers registered good transactions and praised, above all, the absolutely international orientation of the event." Eduard Michel Franssen from S.I.H.A. Ausstellungen Promotion GmbH stressed: "Techno-Classica Essen shows that the purchasers accept ambitious prices if the quality of the offered automobiles is okay. This is where Techno-Classica Essen stands out." Oliver P. Kuhrt, CEO of Messe Essen, was convinced: "Techno-Classica Essen is the undisputed number one amongst the oldtimer fairs. Here, passion and profit count to equal extents. The enthusiasm of the visitors and the exhibitors was unsurpassed."
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