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Win Tickets to the Carole Nash RIAC National Classic Car Show 2018

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We have teamed up with The Carole Nash RIAC Classic Car Show to giveaway 5 pairs of tickets to their upcoming show this March

Ireland’s biggest and best classic car show returns to the RDS, Simmonscourt Hall, Ballsbridge , Dublin on Saturday, 10th and Sunday, 11th March 2018. As the theme of the show is  ‘Celebrating Italian Car Design’, the Italian theme will be prominent throughout the show with some of the world’s most prestigious Italian designed cars and show stopping supercars. Visitors can expect to admire the iconic Italian cars such as Maserati, Alfa Romeo and Abarth cars – many of which will never have been seen at an Irish classic car show. The main feature area will be an exceptional display of Ferrari supercars reflecting the distinguished history of this iconic brand. Another feature display that is sure to be a favourite is the display of Micro Cars featuring six iconic cars, ranging from a rare Zandapp Janus to the smallest BMW ever made – the 300cc Isetta.

 Two American Pumper Fire Engines will also be a big draw for many and add an international flavour to the exciting show.

How to Enter

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets simply send the correct answer to the question below, along with your name and contact information, to competition@wheelsforwomen.ie with ‘Classic Car’ in the subject line.

Question:

True or False? The most expensive Ferrari ever sold was a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO that was sold at an auction hosted by Bonhams for $34.65 million in August 2014

 

Closing date for entries is Friday March 2nd and winners will be notified the following day.

 

For full event details log onto www.classiccarshow.ie

16th February, 2018

 

Author: wheelsforwomen

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  1. True

  2. LILLIAN DARCY. , TRUE

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