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Don't Miss the Retro Truck Show at the BMM

See impressive retro trucks. Photo courtesy of the British Motor Museum.

Another quick reminder of the Retro Truck Show which takes place at the British Motor Museum from 10am to 4pm this weekend - 9 and 10 September.


This is one of the largest truck shows of the year – a great opportunity for those mad about trucks to see the vehicles that were produced between 1972 and 2002 and hail the legendary names of the industry, such as Scania, DAF and Volvo.

You’ll see retro trucks from all over the UK and Europe - notably France, the Netherlands and Belgium, giving a continental flavour to this great event.

Photo courtesy of the British Motor Museum.

For truck owners, this annual weekend makes for the perfect trucking holiday and the perfect chance to enjoy a catch up with friends and like-minded people. Those who plan on camping will have access to a bar in the evening too.

On top of the show, all tickets include entry to the Museum and Collections Centre, the proud home to a collection of over 400 historic British cars. Truck fans will be able to find the very first Morris One-Ton truck, produced in 1924, in the Collections Centre. Don't forget to take a stroll through the Indoor Model Show and trade area and peruse a selection of photos, brochures and models.

When you need a break, head to the Junction 12 Café for hot meals, sweet treats and refreshments. Alternatively, you can make a quick pitstop on your way around the show with ice creams and burgers available outside.


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