Interclassics Brussels 2018

Three days, 4 palaces, 25,000 visitors, 400 exhibitors and more than 1,000 vintage cars!

From 16 to 18 November 2018, Brussels, the European capital, will once again host the show dedicated to the most beautiful old machines: InterClassics Brussels. The 4th edition of InterClassics Brussels will have for main theme: “60 years World Expo / Cars of ’58”. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the legendary Expo 58, it will present a unique collection of vehicles of that year, in collaboration with the FBVA (Belgian Federation of Old Vehicles).

70 Years Porsche 356 

In addition to the main theme of this show, we will pay special attention to “70 years Porsche 356”. InterClassics Brussels will have the honor to present an exceptional collection of Porsche 356. Fast, pure and full of emotion and experience: Porsche has been synonymous with the ultimate sports cars for 70 years now. The brand is built on the life’s work of Professor Ferdinand Porsche, a tradition continued by his son Ferry. The very first Porsche was registered on 8 June 1948; the 356 ‘No. 1’ Roadster was built by Ferry Porsche. Porsche used many Volkswagen parts in the production process such as the air-cooled Boxster engine. The mechanical parts including the engine, the shock absorber and the chassis were all built by Volkswagen. The Porsche 356 remained in production until 1965. Between 1948 and 1965, 76,313 models of the Porsche 356 were built. An exceptional collection of Porsche 356s will be on display during InterClassics Brussels 2018.  It goes without saying that this glamorous spotlight will also be the opportunity to offer a wide range of objects related to these timeless racing cars, from spare parts to accessories, through the collectors. The fourth edition of InterClassics Brussels is already a big success.

The event will be held from 16 through 18 November 2018 at Brussels Expo and will celebrate this auspicious anniversary with a special exposition featuring a unique collection of cars from the year 1958, in cooperation with the Belgian Vintage Vehicles Association (BFOV).
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