Classic ford show features its finest
PUBLISHED: 14:00 19 January 2012
CLASSIC car lovers will not want to miss the two major events, the Footman James Ford Show and the Great Western Autojumble, next month.
The first is set to be a big one as 20 Ford car clubs gather for the Ford Show. From early Model T’s and military vehicles to street rods, the 75-car show will be the most eclectic mix of rare, standard and modified classic Fords anywhere in the UK.
Ford Cortina clubs are also working on a special feature to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the car. And Norton Radstock Classic Vehicle Club will display seven Fords.
Club member, Nigel Streether, said: “We are finalising the details, but there will be models from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, including a 1966 Mustang and a 1974 Escort Mexico.”
The Ford Show runs alongside the Great Western Autojumble, which will feature 100 stalls with a vast array of spares, tools both old and new, memorabilia and collectables.
Visitors can take advantage of the autojumble car boot sale and a classic car auction. The car boot is for pre-booked private individuals only.
Both shows take place at the Bath and West Show Ground in Shepton Mallet on Febraury 11-12. Doors are open from 9.30am-4pm. Tickets, priced £8, are available from www.bccsl.co.uk. Children under 16 can enter for free if accompanied by an adult.