Qatar Motor Show crowned by a Classic Car Show
- Qatar: Saturday, February 02 - 2013 at 10:24
- PRESS RELEASE
As part of an exciting line-up of events at the 2013 Qatar Motor Show, a host of classic cars rarely seen in public will be on display to visitors.
The Class Car Show will be an area entirely dedicated to vintage cars where all estimators could see unforgettable models that mark automobile history.
Impeccably-rebuilt class cars from the 40s, 50s, 60s, and early 70s will be on display both outside and inside the Doha Exhibition Center, including the world-renowned classics from Mercedes Benz, Rolls Royce, Chevrolet, and Dodge all car represent to surprise and impress the visitors of this year's edition of Qatar Motor Show.
Addionaly, thanks to the partnership with Seashore Group, the WRC Ford for the Qatari Rally Champion Abdulaziz Al Kuwari's is on display. Only joining the World Racing Championship for the first time in 2012, the young Al Kuwari will also participate in this year's Qatar Rally 2013.
Qatar Motor Show will display automobile at 360° from vintage cars to concept cars, from hypercars to brand new launches and motorsport.
The 2013 Qatar Motor Show, the region's biggest automotive event, will showcase brands from across the globe, including family sedans, SUVs, luxury vehicles, motorcycles, and sports cars.
The Classic Car Show is only part of a host of events planned throughout the Qatar Motor Show.
Qatar Motor Show will is open to the public, till February 2nd.
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