The pedigree of cars on show at the London Classic Show was phenomenal. This year was my first year attending the show – which was also the first year of it being hosted at the Olympia Exhibition space in Kensington.
The Hemmels and Joe Macari stands were the two stands that stood out to me the most. Hemmels specialise in restoring the 300SL Gullwing, 300SL Roadster, 280SL Pagoda or 190SL. Joe Macari had a great showcase of Ferrari’s, such as an F50 and an F355 Challenge.
The grand open space of the Olympia space allowed the natural light to shine through the vast windows on both sides of the hall, illuminating the venue with brilliant natural light, and when the clouds cleared and revealed the sun, beautiful patches of mottled light would appear throughout the centre.
“Named after the legendary 1960’s Le Mans race car driver Jochen Rindt, Rindt Vehicle Design restore and reimagine classic Porsche 911s, 912s and 356s.”