Auto Bodycraft introduces Charity Motor Show

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Restoration specialist Auto Bodycraft will host its Charity Motor Show at the Terry Dicken Industrial Estate on 12 August.

The event will attract a wide selection of vehicles including classic and vintage metal, supercars, customs, moderns, ’bikes and scooters.

Meanwhile, the organiser will showcase some of its current projects in various stages of restoration.

Owner of Auto Bodycraft, Alex Atkin, said: “We will have some fantastic motors on show and I think that people will love the diverse range of vehicles.  We are not specialising in one type of car or ’bike, we plan to show as many different makes, models and ages as possible. That’s what makes our show so special – there will be something of interest for everybody.”

Entry is £2 per person with (children free) and the show will run from 10am-3pm. All money raised will go to local charity, the David Ashwell Foundation

Comments

Pre 80s TVR

If I'm reading the 'phone number on the board right and my reverse telephone directory is correct, that's in the Middlesbrough area. Makes a change for there to be a big classic event oop North.

Oliver.

TVR Car Club Pre80s Editor

Chris Martin

Yes Oliver, the lack of any address got me curious too, but a quick Google for Auto Bodycraft (as it says on the sign) turned up their website which has info on the event.
Never heard of Stokesley which is in the Middlesborough area so at least I learned something new today!
Chris M.

 

Chris Martin

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