The Truro Classic Car Show is to return for a second year on Sunday, July 28 taking place from 10.30am until 3.30pm. 

The show, which took place on Lemon Quay last year, allows visitors to walk around and get up close to a variety of cherished classic and vintage vehicles.  

The 2024 event is set to be even bigger with space being opened on Lemon and Boscawen Street to enable a wider selection of exhibitors to showcase their cars to the public.  

Last year saw plenty of British marques being represented at the event, including legendary names such as Aston-Martin, Rolls-Royce, Jaguar and Morgan. There were also several Mini’s in attendance too including a green Morris Mini as made famous by Mr Bean. 

Exotic European and large American cars took to the city centre too with Ferrari and Porsche among the makes on show at the previous outing. Just like there was at last year’s event, 2024 will have automobilia and autojumble stalls present for people to visit while walking around to the backdrop of live music. 

This year’s event will provide a chance for local dealers to exhibit their products too, helping to exhibit new and electric cars in addition to the classics that will be on display.  

The event, which is organised by Truro BID, will be free to attend for spectators and Macmillan Cancer Support will be fundraising throughout the day. 

Petrolheads who wish to exhibit their beloved vehicle are kindly requested to make a voluntary donation on arrival to the event of £10 in aid of Macmillan. If you wish to exhibit your car at the Truro Classic Car Show 2024, email [email protected]