“On a space of about 47,000 square metres, around 650 exhibitors from eleven nations display everything experts, enthusiasts and newcomers could possibly want – from the right spare part to the new vehicle”, says Frank Ruge, Project Director for the Bremen Classic Motorshow. Now and then, there is quite a bit of shop talk or restoration tips are getting exchanged: “This is part and parcel in Bremen”, explains Ruge. As are the around 100 car and motorcycle clubs that bring vehicle history to life for visitors which they display at each Bremen Classic Motorshow. For the start of the 2018 season, 40,931 fans of classic and young classic two-and four-wheelers came to the Bremen Fair halls.
Not to be missed at the Bremen Classic Motorshow 2019 is the automotive birthday child of the year. Frank Ruge and his team reserve a special area for the Volkswagen T3 for its 40th birthday. Six T3 models are for sale in Hall 4. The highlight: an amphibious T3 bus. Using a T3 Joker, Dirk Klöß, one of the most renowned T3 restorators in Germany, explains to newcomers what to look out for when purchasing a vehicle.