Classics on Show 2024

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One of the first cars to carry the Jaguar name - a 1937 SS 100 Jaguar - is to make its Classics on Show debut this year at Stokesley Showfield on Saturday June 15th

Jaguar SS100 in Classics on Show 2024

One of the First Cars To Sport Jaguar Name To Make Stokesley Classics on Show Debut - Monte Carlo Rally Award Winner In Growing Show Line-Up

One of the first cars to carry the Jaguar name - a 1937 SS 100 Jaguar - is to make its Classics on Show debut at Stokesley Showfield on Saturday June 15th.

One of only 198 of the 2.5 model ever made, the Jaguar was also a Monte Carlo Rally Award winner in 1937.

Inclusion of the vintage beauty adds to a growing list of stand out vehicles making their way to Classics on Show with more than a third of entries on this year’s exhibitor line-up being brand new to the event – the region’s fastest-growing classics vehicle showcase.

This year show is set for its best performance yet with organizers Stokesley Rotary having invested in an upgraded site layout and signage programme to cope with increasing numbers of exhibitors and visitors and to ease entry and exit flow from the show site.

Exhibitors to Classics on Show enter free though donations are welcomed while autojumble dealers can secure a standard pitch for £20. Visitors pay £7.50 for entry or £20 for a family ticket of two adults and two children. Profits from the show go to local causes and Rotary charities.

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