- You can now book online if your car is 25 years old or older. Or if you’re registering a bike or scooter
- FREE ticket if your car, bike or scooter was registered in 1930 or earlier and you apply by post
- Minimum fee of £12 for cars has been held for the fifth year
- Autojumble stands will be introduced this year
Photographs by Peter Wilson, Harpenden Photographic Society
Once a year, Harpenden Common comes alive for a day with more than 1000 classics cars, motor cycles and scooters. There you’ll find a Chevy Bel Air rubbing shoulders with a 1927 Trojan, and a rare 1978 Matra Bagheera with a 1959 Berlinetta. Plus 10,000 admiring spectators.
Little wonder Classics on the Common, one of Britain’s biggest mid-week classic car shows, ranks among the top events of the classics calendar.
The organisers, Rotary in Harpenden, thank all who support the event so generously
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