DATE: 10th – 11th March 2018 • TIMES: Sat 10am–6pm, Sun 10am–5pm • RDS Simmonscourt
TICKETS: Adults €18 • Children 12-18 years €10 • Seniors Over 65 €15 • Children Under 12 Free
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The Carole Nash RIAC Classic Car Show Welcomes All The Car Enthusiasts From Far And Wide

The 4th Carole Nash RIAC Classic Car Show will once again be held in the prestigious Royal Dublin Society’s Simmounscourt Hall at Ballsbridge, Dublin on Saturday 10th March and Sunday 11th March 2018. The Show will be open on Sat 10am–6pm, Sun 10am–5pm.

The theme of the 2018 Show will be ‘Celebrating Italian Car Design’ and many of the feature displays will exhibit a wide variety of Italian marques from the smallest makes to the most prestigious of Italian Supercars. Once again the mainstay of the Show will be the Club stands featuring the widest possible variety of interests. In addition, an Autojumble will again be featured and there will be family orientated attractions designed to make this a Show for everybody.

In announcing the details of the 2018 Show, the Chairman of the Royal Irish Automobile Club, Arthur Collier, said ‘The Club is delighted to once again be bringing this event to the public as it serves as a showcase for the Old Car Movement that brings so much enjoyment to so many enthusiasts throughout Ireland. We look forward to another exciting Show that has become an event looked forward to with so much anticipation every two years.’

As in the previous Shows, The Royal Irish Automobile Club will be partnered by the Irish Veteran and Vintage Car Club as well as Irish Vintage Scene magazine.


The organisers

The Royal Irish Automobile Club, founded in 1901, organised Ireland’s first Motor Shows in 1907 and 1908 and promise a fascinating display of vehicles new to the Show in 2018, with many unique cars not seen before.


Partners & Supporters

The Carole Nash RIAC Classic Car Show is supported by the Irish Veteran and Vintage Car Club and the Irish Vintage Scene magazine.