Preview Bremen Classic Motorshow 2019

Aston Martin DB5 Shooting Brake MESSE Foto: BREMEN/Seekamp

As every year the season opener in Bremen, the Bremen Classic Motorshow, once again features many classic cars, oldtimer, youngtimer, and attractive special shows. The 17th edition of this Motorshow will be held in the eight halls of the Bremen Exhibition Center from 1 to 3 February 2019. The organizer expects almost 650 exhibitors coming from eleven nations on the approximately 47,000 sqm of exhibition space. In 2018, more than 40,000 visitors came to the Motorshow: see photos from the Bremen Classic Motorshow 2018.

Special show “Estate Cars from Around the World”

Rare estate cars will be presented in Hall 5. Thirteen interesting vehicles, including style studies, exotics and unique items, can be seen. Included is the Aston Martin DB5 Shooting Brake. The Aston Martin DB5 Coupe was James Bond’s legendary company car.

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Aston Martin DB5 Shooting Brake
Foto: MESSE BREMEN/Seekamp Stefan Vorbröcker

Other estate cars are a 1967 Wartburg 312 Camping, 1955 Opel Olympia CaraVan, 1967 Fiat 500 Giardiniera, 1967 Mercedes 230 S, 1960 Plymouth Sport Suburban, 1950 Buick Super, Volvo 1800 ES prototype, 1994 Volvo TWR 850 Estate BTCC, 1972 Fiat 130 (ex U. Agnelli), 1938 Peugeot 202 U T2L, 1961 Morris Mini Traveller and a 1971 Morris Minor Traveller.

Special show “V8 Movie Stars”

Hall 8 features six replicas of famous V8 movie heroes. For example, the 1958 Plymouth Fury “Christine” from John Carpenter’s eponymous horror film can be admired as well as a 1974 Dodge Monaco, the “Blues Mobil” from the movie “Blues Brothers”, and the Ford Falcon XB Coupé featured in “Mad Max”.

Further highlights of the Motorshow

For the 40th anniversary of the Volkswagen T3, a total of six T3 will be exhibited and offered for sale in Hall 4. There is also a amphibious copy. Well-known T3 restorer Dirk Klöß will explain what to look for when buying a T3.

The foyer of Hall 1 features some 20 US-motorcycles from the early years of the US-motorcycle industry, including the well-known Harley-Davidson and Indian brands.

Anyone who wants to buy vintage or classic cars is in the right place in the international sales exhibition in Halls 4, 5 and 6 as well as in the car market in the parking garage. TÜV Rheinland’s “Young Classics” from the 1960s to the 1990s are located in Hall 6.

In Halls 1 to 4 about 100 classic car clubs are present.

In Halls 7 and 8 is a parts market with accessories and spare parts.

Visitor Information

The Bremen Classic Motorshow will take place in the Bremen Exhibition Center from Friday to Sunday, 1st to 3rd February 2019.

Opening hours: 9am to 6pm

Price for a day ticket: 16 euros

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