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Beirut Hosts Classic Car Show

Beirut Classic Car Show 2011

More than 90 classic cars will be on display in downtown Beirut for a third edition of the Classic Car Show. The event runs September 7-17th, 2017 at Beirut Souks and is free to the public.

Collectors and enthusiasts will gather for this retrospective of automotive history that will also include a special section for motorcyles. Under the patronage of Prime Minister Saad Hariri, the exhibition is supported by the FIVA (Federation Internationale des Vehicules Anciens) and the AIA (Association des Importateurs Automobiles au Liban).

Co-founders of Events Production Mrs. Néda Ziade and Mrs. Roula Douaidy aim to host a comprehensive exhibition that will fuel a better understanding and appreciacion for classic automobiles. Launched in 2011, Beirut’s Classic Car Show held its second event in 2013 and drew approximately 70, 000 visitors. "This year’s exhibition with its newly added sections, will attract an even larger number of car lovers,” according Ziade.

 

 

 

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