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The Ayrshire Motor Show is only returning for its second edition, following Covid cancellations affecting events for the past two years.
Taking place at Ayr Racecourse later this month on Saturday May 28 between 1pm and 5pm, the show will feature a range of old school vehicles and modified modern engines, a show of stunts and children’s entertainment.
Led by Andrew and Katrina Wilson, the event returns for only its second edition.
The duo held an event for the first time in Ayr in 2019.
They also run the Dumfries Motor Show and hold car shoe sales when not planning motor shows.
Andrew said: “We can’t wait to have our first show after the closures.”
At this year’s Motor Show, 13 trophies will be available for vehicles at the show in the following categories: People’s Choice; Best personalized; Better custom vehicle lighting; Best van; Better engine compartment; better wheels; best classic; best club; Organizers Prize; Salon car; best bike; Show and Shine 1999; and Show & Shine 2000.
The stunt show, by Jez Avery, will feature wheelies, stoppies, two-wheeling, drifting, donuts and precision driving.
Admission is £8 in advance for adults or £10 on the day with under 14s free.
With this year’s Kames Classic Car Show in East Ayrshire canceled, bikers won’t want to miss this event for a chance to get their motoring fix. Check online for details.