About 30 clubs are already confirmed for the Manchester Classic Car Show on 21-22 September.
Marques being represented at the inaugural Event City get-together – alongside the Trafford Centre – cover everything from Lamborghini to Jowett, Mercedes-Benz and MG.
Organiser Andy Rouse said: “We’ll be doing the first round of club space allocations in mid-July, so it’s important that any interested in exhibiting contact us ASAP. Applications are all available from the website.”
The event’s concours promises to be an all-encompassing affair, too, with Ford, Ferrari and Austin models entered so far.
The Footman James-sponsored show will also feature a Pride of Ownership section for enthusiasts who are not members of a club or taking part in the concours.
Cars included in that display already include a 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III and a 1989 Toyota Supra.
Tickets are now on sale with advance adult entry priced at £13, which includes free entry for one child, while additional under-16s pay £7.50 and parking is free.