next Classic Expo: 15th to 17th October 2021
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Supporting Programme

Join us on a journey through time and experience the interaction of technology and aesthetics in their purest form!


programme highlights 2021

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Jaguar E-Type von Peter Lindner/Peter Nöcker beim 1000-km-Rennen auf dem Nürburgring (ausgangs Südkehre), 19 May 1963

Special Show - 60 Years of Jaguar E-Type

Aerodynamicist and aeronautical engineer Malcolm Sayer, together with William Heynes and Abbey Panels, developed the Jaguar E-Type. On March 15, 1961, the new car was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. The Jaguar E-Type was a sensation, with the 3.8 liter six-cylinder in-line engine with 269 hp it reached 240 km/h and accelerated to 100 km/h in 7 seconds. Values that 60 years ago were only achieved by Italians twice as expensive. More than 70,000 of all models and engine variants were built by the end of production. The Jaguar E-Type is a design icon and as sensational today as it was 60 years ago when it was presented.

Piaggio, Vespa con accessori, 1948 san.dl.SAN:IMG-00003403
Piaggio, Vespa con accessori, 1948, san.dl.SAN:IMG-00003403

75 Jahre VESPA

The history of the probably best-known motor scooter began in 1946, when Enrico Piaggio commissioned his chief designer Corradino D'Ascano to build an inexpensive vehicle. This original Vespa "98" was to be economical and easy to drive. It was followed in 1948 by a small van, the three-wheeled "APE-the Bee," which was tailor-made for Italy's farmers and tradesmen. In 1957, Piaggio even built a car, the Vespa 400. The special show follows the traces of the cult vehicle for many generations.

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Exciting auctions

Who is the highest bidder?

As one of Europe's largest auction houses, Dorotheum will, as it does every year, be auctioning off classic cars, creating an amazing atmosphere and making classic car enthusiasts’ hearts beat faster.

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Hall 9 & 10

Renowned dealers

Numerous renowned figures from the classic car scene show the diversity of the automobile history of the past century.

Classic Expo Privatverkäufe
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Hall 3 & 5

Private classic car sales

A sales area comprising of two entire halls will be available for the treasures of private sellers.

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Hall 7 & 8

Extensive Parts Market

No matter which hood ornament adorns your private piece of jewellery on four wheels, the Classic Expo parts market offers everything for seekers, car tinkerers, collectors and enthusiasts. The range of rarities and spare parts is colourful and versatile.

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Hall 2 & 6

Associations & Clubs

Passion Connects.

Associations and clubs are the platform for exchange between like-minded people and keep the fascination alive for the classic companions from times gone by.

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Salt & Oil Rally

With the starting signal in the Salzburg Exhibition Centre, the regularity rally leads through the entire county with all its scenic attractions. Past the rugged rock faces of the Alps, impressive natural water features and over gentle hilly landscapes, the rally guarantees a maximum of driving experience and feeling.