It’s this time of the Year again, with Derek and myself organising …
Terenure Classic Car show is scheduled for Sunday the 3rd of July this year in the grounds of Terenure College.
This is the biggest Classic Car show in Ireland and always well attended by Porsche Club Members, with our young and older cars shining at their best.
We will be booking for 30 spaces and the Fee currently stands at €15, but I will see if we can get a better rate. We will also have a courtesy tent with sandwiches at our disposal and of course we will have prizes for the best presented cars on the day in individual classes / models of our Porsche’s.
I am looking for numbers including the Porsche model you will bring and appreciate your intent voiced either via the Forum or mail to me or by phone 085 7818824.
Cars will be arriving on the day from about 9.30 am onwards with a deadline of 12.00 am as deadline for display.
The event stretches over the day until ca. 17.30 hrs., ending with a Parade of exclusive cars at a stand within the grounds.
Everybody participating in the show will receive a commemorate plate to go home with, more details on that I will supply at a later date.
Charities that are supported by the organisers this year, The Children’s Sunshine Home and St Francis Hospice in Raheny and the Show will again be supported by AXA Insurance represented by their AXA Concourse classic car insurance team.
As well as cars there will also be auto jumble and trade stands, refreshments, children’s entertainment and free car parking within the grounds.
Don’t forget this event is only 6 weeks away book early if you can …
Download this link for the entry form here: & click on the Form - here tab and download entry form and please send the form to the Jaguar club well before the 20th of June and make sure to state that you are Member of PCI. Alternatively if you like give me your details (Make/Year/Model/Registration and your personal details i.e. address / Phone etc.) in a mail as provided above and I will forward in bulk and you pay me on the day.
Many thanks George