A family fun day out is planned at the WWETB Waterford Training Centre this Saturday, July 8th (10 am to 1 pm) with a free showcase of Classic Cars, Bikes and Vintage Tractors along with visitors being able to gain an insight into the Classic Car Restoration Course works at the training centre on the day.
The show will be hosted by the course leaders at the Classic Car Restoration Course at the WWETB Waterford Training Centre. The showcase is a celebration of the works completed by the course participants who have taken part in either the Classic Car Restoration day course or the evening course over the last 20 weeks. The Classic Car Restoration Course was launched in 2016 at the Waterford Training Centre part of Waterford Wexford Education and Training Board (WWETB) and it is the only course of its kind in the entire country.
In addition, the team behind the Agricultural Mechanics Apprenticeship at WWETB are joining the event and will be showcasing a display of vintage tractors alongside up to 160 classic cars and motorbikes.
In total, there will be approximately 150 to 160 cars, bikes, vans and tractors on the day. In previous shows, some of the highlights have been a pair of Borgwards, a 1932 Ford hot rod, a couple of American Pickups, a 1908 Reo, a 1926 Essex, a 1951 Indian Chief Motorcycle plus a host of Beetles, Anglia’s, Escorts, BMWs and Toyotas etc. It is never a disappointment as every year we see more unusual and spectacular samples of people’s pride and joy. There will be three prizes on the day, and these will be presented to the Best Classic Car, Best Classic Motorcycle and Best Classic Tractor judged by the participants in the show.
For those families that have children with them, there will be a professional Face Painter on sight from 10 am. Children of all ages or those young at heart can have face painting done by Aine of Fantasy Face Art free of charge.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the Classic Car Restoration Showcase at the Waterford Training Centre, Waterford Industrial Park on the Cork Road on Saturday, July 8th from 10.00 am – for further details see www.facebook.com/