My highlights of the 2023 Bremen Classic Motorshow

February 18, 2023

There aren’t many posts in my “On the road” section so far. The last one is actually the Bremen Classic Motorshow 2018. It’s been five years since I was last there. I just couldn’t make it in 2019, 2020 to 2022 you should have an idea about. Then again this year

I made the mistake of going on Saturday morning. It was hugely crowded, which is good for the show, but the freedom of movement was just modest. Next year it will be more in the afternoon or early evening.

In 2018, I personally found the fair more varied. This year it was very German, so a lot of German cars. Which can get a bit boring in my opinion. There was no cool Opel Senator, but lots of Benz, BMW and of course VW. That gets old pretty quickly.

But there were a few highlights for me during the show, even if it wasn’t always easy to get a shot of them. Take a look for yourself:

Verschiedene Mofas, im Vordergrund eine Piaggio.
Typisch rotes Alfa Romeo Cabrio. Modell unbekannt.
Renault 5 in der Turboversion mit Mittelmotor. Im Hintergrund steht die reguläre Version.
Jaguar Coupe in Weinrot.
Vermutlich Rover, ich weiß es leider nicht besser, in Grau metallic.
Aschgrauer Mini mit Honda Motor.
Citroen Kübelwagen in knalligem Gelb.
Modell Avanti, Marke unbekannt, dezentes Rot.
Audi 100 Coupe in türkis.
Englisches  Luxusmodell. Marke und Modell leider unbekannt.
Blaue BMW Limousine aus den 70ern.
Knallgelber Mini mit eingebautem Honda-Motor am Stand vom TÜV Hanse.
Roter Austin GT.
Peugeot 205 Turbo in typischem Grau.
50er oder 60er Jahre Piaggio Roller mit Kastenaufbau und zweirädriger Hinterachse in leichtem grün.
Hellblaues Austin Healey Coupe.
Rennversion eines roten Mini. Von außen sehr unscheinbar.
Ford Granada in Ockergelb.
Grauer Mini Cooper.
Ford Taunus GT im Vordergrund, im Hintergrund die reguläre Version.
Frontansicht mit leichter Sicht auf die rechte Seite auf eine weiße Citroën DS.
Heimtrainer aus vergangenen Zeiten.

The no less interesting YouTube channel of the Bremen Classic Motorshow can be found here. The next date for 2024 has already been confirmed and will take place from 2 to 4 February.

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Hi, I'm Olli, I moved to Hamburg in 2008 and have been working in the media industry there ever since. Before that, I spent many years spinning records in the Northern German club scene and writing for a few, often music-related, magazines. Now, after a break of several years, I'm blogging again and writing from the heart, which I think is a bit awesome.

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