Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Online Entry Form 2018

This Years show is on Bank Holiday Monday - 28th May 2018 with the Classic Car Run on Sunday the 27th Entries are now open using the online form below. 
* Class 6 is for cars that have been lightly modified (chrome plated engine and suspention parts etc) yet retain most of its original features
Your entry will be accepted on the understanding that the organisers cannot accept any liability for Tax, Insurance or any claims
You will receive your final instructions by email in early May

Online Entry Form 2018

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Alicia Keys - North Wales

Friday, February 23, 2018


The Americans are coming - We are closing the towns High Street this year to celebrate all things American Classics - Hot Rods - Custom Cars. Live music - Line Dancers - Cheer Leaders? who knows?

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Classic Car Weekly

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

***************Classic Car Run 2017**************

Some photos of this years Classic Car run, starting in County Hall, Mold with a lunch halt in Llanrwst and finishing at our sponsors the Beaches Hotel. Drivers had a choice of short and longer routes. Both using classic North Wales scenic roads With 100 cars taking part this has become a popular annual event.

Monday, May 30, 2016

Blistering two Days

A blistering two days for this years Prestatyn Classic Car Show meant a record turn out on both days. Sundays Classic Car Run had a record number of entrants and through their generosity raised over £400 for St Kentigerns Hospice. The route took in some of the most scenic routes in North Wales with a lunch halt by the river in Llanrwst and a finish at the Runs sponsors the Beaches Hotel, there was hardly space left to park the cars. In a similar vein the Show in the centre of Prestatyn had a record number of entrants with over 360 cars entered space was at a premium and thoughts for next years show indicate that use of the towns High Street will be needed. We can’t stand still said organizer Tim Wiliams, the popularity of the show means we must expand or become stagnant. And I think that the High Street would benefit from the exposure that the show would bring. Winners at the show Bedford truck owned by Mr H Williams from Anglesey