Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 18 September 2021
HINCKLEY BID are hosting their free-to-enter 10th Annual Motorshow tomorrow (September 19), giving motor enthusiasts a chance to catch a glimpse of many ‘eye-catching’ vehicles of all ages, shapes, and sizes.
A total of 550 vehicles will be parked up and displayed as a part of the motorshow, which starts at 10am and runs until 4.30pm in the afternoon.
Residents and visitors will have the opportunity to marvel at many beautifully restored vehicles from all across the UK which have been around Hinckley town centre.
Some of the vehicles that have been submitted include a 100-year-old steam engine and a latest “state-of-the-art” police car.
Reg Price will be showcasing his 106-year-old 1915 Model T Ford and Coventry Transport Museum will be bringing a surprise ‘special’ vehicle.
Nearly every marque representing different eras will be on show, including huge retro Cadillacs, Chevrolets, Aston Martins, Porsches, Rolls-Royce and Jaguars.
Speedsters will even be able to marvel at a Lamborghini and Ferrari.
Motorbikes and scooters will be displayed to show how they have developed through the ages, as well as some ‘amazing’ tractors located in the borough.
Car parks owned by the Borough Council are free to park in on Sundays, and a full list of them can be found here, but BID bosses have stated that members of the public are unable to park in Church Walk on the day of the event.
A Hinckley BID spokesperson, said: “Fun and free for all the family to attend, this really is a great day out!
“Not only will there be a host of shops, pubs, bars, cafes and takeaways open in the town centre, but there will be additional free entertainment for any restless children in and around Argents Mead.”