To my knowledge, there has never been any regular big classic car show so far in eastern France. This week-end, the first Auto-Moto Classic show was held in Strasbourg, complete with several restoration companies, importers, and even an auction containing several Bugattis.

Here is my picture dump:

Race cars:

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Auction cars:

I wasn’t at the auction itself, but some of the cars were estimated at pretty reasonable prices. Not the Bugattis, of course.

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France:

Being a French event, there were loads of french cars, I had never seen as many Facel Vegas in one place.

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Germany:

Being close to the border and having one localmajor BMW dealer certainly helped.

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Italy:

Some high end cars and 500s in all colors and shapes.

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Great Britain:

The usual suspects from Great Britain.

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USA:

Surprisingly few american cars, one of them being a Corvette powered Ford, and two AMCs disguised as Renaults.

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Spain:

One single Hispano Suiza, but what a beautiful machine

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Bikes:

There were a few bikes too, with the local Harley Davidson dealer having his area.

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Military:

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Parking Lot:

There was a reserved parking lot for 30+ year old cars. It was a slow day, but there were still some goodies.

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