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Updated: NOV 22nd 2021

Gary Axon

The weird and wonderful of the NEC Classic | Axon's Automotive Anorak

Following an enforced cancellation in 2020 due to the global Covid-19 pandemic taking hold, the (usually) annual Classic Motor Show returned once more in November as the first (and only) major UK indoor motoring event of the 2021 season.

Even with the exhibition stands more spaced apart with fewer car clubs in attendance, plus noticeably less visitors than in previous years, the NEC Show still attracted over 63,000 visitor, plus 3,000 classic and historic vehicles within its halls, with more car clubs than you could shake a stick at. Wading through the countless cars and halls, filled with endless familiar and obligatory classic cars – Minis, Jaguar E-types, MGBs et al – a handful of exceptional rarely-seen cars really stood out. Here are just eight of the many possible Show highlights that caught my eye.

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