Classic car show at Knebworth House on Father’s Day

20:05 14 June 2014

Knebworth House Classic Car Show

Knebworth House Classic Car Show

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The 10th Knebworth Festival of Transport takes place at Knebworth Park on Father’s Day.

The show will take place in the grounds of the Hertfordshire stately home on Sunday between 10am and 4pm.

It combines a classic car show and a motorcycle show.

There will be American cars, customs, hot rods, Minis and VWs, sports and kit cars, commercial and military vehicles on display plus a range of classic motorcycles.

There are also trade stands and an auto-jumble to browse.

The estate’s vintage bus will be on duty to transport visitors around.

Tickets are now on sale and you can save 10 per cent when you buy via the website www.knebworthhouse.com

For more information go to the website or call 01438 812661.

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