Gaydon lays on second day dedicated to classic virgins

| 10 Jan 2014

Following the roaring success of the inaugural Classic Virgins day at the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon, a repeat event is to be held on 29 March.

The hands-on, informative event is aimed at those considering buying and owning a classic car and gives them a chance to ride in a range of classic vehicles on country roads.

The day will give participants information about the theory of classic car ownership including choosing a car, finance, insurance, club support and social scene.

There will also be some hands-on experience in the workshop enabling new owners to tackle basic maintenance with greater confidence.  

The afternoon will be dedicated to driving with a range of cars made available by enthusiasts.

Emma Rawlinson, Lifelong Learning Officer at the HMC said “After the success of our first experience day, we’re delighted to offer participants another chance to learn more about classic car ownership. After the event, participants will be in a better position to make an informed decision about buying a classic car without the added sales pressure”.

The event is only open to over 18s and costs £50 per person including lunch, refreshments and museum entry. Click here for more information

Click here to see our report on last year's event.