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7th Vintage classic car rally in Lahore

7th Vintage classic car rally in Lahore

Only for car lovers, 7th Vintage classic car rally in Lahore.

In Lahore, the Vintage & Classic Car Club of Pakistan VCCCP, held the annual of the Classic Car Rally Show from 11 AM to 5:30 PM on Wednesday at the Lahore Polo Club. The rally initiated from Karachi on 11th November and it is scheduled to finish in Peshawar on 20th November.

The vintage and classic cars ranged from the 1940s to 1980s. Approximately 50 cars showcased on the occasion spellbound the audience. The cars included, Mercedes, Volkswagens, BMWs, Ford Thunderbirds, Mustangs, Chevrolets, Cadillacs, Belair and Ferrari.

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Mushahid Shah, President of the VCCCP, said, “We, at VCCCP, are avid lovers of vintage and classic cars. We began this organisation with the hope that we would be able to provide a reliable platform for people to showcase their collection of cars and for our patrons to be able to enjoy viewing these cars and learning more about their history and journey. Since the inception, we have managed to successfully keep this vision alive by hosting numerous events throughout our journey. This is our 7th consecutive year hosting the VCCCP car rally and we hope to continue this tradition with the same passion in the future.”

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The Vintage & Classic Car Club of Pakistan (VCCCP) is the only club in Pakistan that acknowledges and pays respect to the cars of the old era and events to create a common platform for classic car fans. The club organized several motoring and social events for its members creating awareness for vintage classic cars.

Vehicles more than 30 years old are known as classics while car models from 50 years ago are known as vintage. Many people visited the car show and showed their interest in different models.

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