Royal Langkawi Classic Car Show Returns For Second Year; 10 – 12 August 2018


Royal Langkawi Classic Car Show Returns For Second Year; 10 – 12 August 2018

It's classic cars galore as the Royal Langkawi Classic Car Show returns for the second time in 2018.

The Island of Langkawi will once again play host to a fleet of vintage and classic cars, from the 10th to 12th of August 2018 at the Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre (MIEC), better known as Dewan LIMA.

Organised by MY Classic Cars in collaboration with Langkawi Development Authority (LADA), this year’s show will see over 50 vintage and classic cars on display.

Owners of these rare, preserved vehicles will also be competing in a ‘show and shine’ that awards winning cars based on five age-dependent categories: Vintage (before 1945), Classic 1 (1946-1960), Classic 2 (1961 – 1975), Modern Classic (1976 – 1990) and Japanese Classics (up to 1990), which is a new addition for this year.

Two other special awards will also be up for grabs, namely the Langkawi Cup and the coveted Sultan’s Choice Award. The Royal Langkawi Classic Car Show is the only classic car show in Malaysia to receive a royal accolade.

Visitors to the car show can expect to see some rare makes and models such as the Rolls Royce 25/27, which was manufactured in 1925.

Other highlights include a display of Porsches from three different eras – Porsche 356, Porsche 964 and the 944 S2 Convertible. A collection of MINIs will also be on display, namely the MINI Traveller, Pick-Up, Mk 3 and a unique MINI Moke, dressed up in a truly Malaysian style.

The showcase will also include a Volkswagen Kombi that made the journey from Malaysia to Germany covering a total of 26,000km, along with a Ford Capri which completed an 11,000km journey from Malaysia to Sri Lanka.

The Royal Langkawi Classic Car Show is open to the general public, admission is free.




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