The Warren Classic and Supercar Show  
Save The Date 25th September 2016  warren estate
The Show Starts In
BMW 100th Anniversary - Celebrating the BMW Centenary with cars of all ages.
BMW celebrate the companies centenary in 2016 and we are proud to showcase this great motoring marque. From the early days of the small BMW peoples cars based on the Austin Seven and including the famous BMW Bubble Car to the early BMW 328 sports cars the class will also include some of the world’s finest post-war saloons from the race track and the road.

Coachbuilt European Cars - Coachbuilt cars with unique bodywork.
Featuring some of the most beautiful coachwork built on wonderful European chassis from around the world, this class defines what the term ‘concours d’elegance’ is all about. The great coachwork companies from the 1930s built what are effectively moving works of art for both low volume car builders as well as many mass market cars.

Pre-war Saloon Cars - European Saloon cars built before 1940.
Motoring in the ‘grand manner’ became very fashionable before the war for touring on the new roads that were springing up at a fast rate all over the world. Style, comfort and elegance were the essence of these great cars that were capable of wafting their occupants around the world.

Post-war Saloon Cars - European Saloon cars built between 1945 and 1970.
Post war saloon cars built between 1950 and 1970 and styled by some of the greatest names in car design from some of the most glamorous carmakers from around the world.

Post-war Sports Cars - Two seat sports and GT cars built between 1945 and 1970.
Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Lamborghini are just a few of the famous names in the world of fashionable sports cars. Other not so well known names like Lancia, Bizzarrini, De Tomaso and Iso Grifo will be viewed together like a car park in Monte Carlo!

Sports Racing Cars - Sports racing cars not registered for road use.
The world’s most exciting and noisy sports cars built to race in the GT and endurance racing series as seen on race circuits between 1950 and 1970.

Open Wheel Racing Cars - Single seat, open wheel race cars from 1925 to 1990.
Everything from powerful Formula 1 Grand Prix cars of the 1980s to the tiny 500cc single seaters of the 1950s.

Bentley - Bentleys built between 1921 and 1970.
One of the world’s most famous luxury and sporting marques, this class will feature both pre-war and post-war Bentleys with cars like the powerful 4 ½ Litre ‘Blower’ and sporty 3 Litres to more modern Bentley GTs and touring cars.

Rolls-Royce - Rolls-Royce built between 1914 and 1970.
The elegant Rolls-Royce marque has been at the top of every serious car collectors shopping list for over 100 years and this class will feature both the early days of the company through to the luxurious chauffeur driven saloons of the 1960s and 1970s.

Supercars - Rare supercars of any marque or year.
The first car to be referred to as a Supercar was arguably the Lamborghini Miura from the 1960s and since then there have been many sports cars that have earned the Supercar title ever since. The McLaren F1, the Ferrari F40 and the Jaguar XJ220 are all included in this glowing line-up. Modern manufacturers like Pagani, Zonder, Koenigsegg and of course Bugatti with the incredible Veyron have continued the tradition of building the fastest and most powerful cars to turn a wheel on public roads and this class is for them. The Supercar is perhaps the ultimate expression of glamorous fast driving.

American Classics - Any car built in the USA between 1920 and 1970.
American classics from the 1920s through to the 1960s

Motorcycles - Classic motorcycles prior to 1970.
All manner of two wheeled machines from around the world including race bikes, road bikes and motorcycle-sidecar combinations.