|From the vehicles of Neumann – Neanders to Borgward`s racing sport
Car manufacture has a long tradition in Bremen : With NAMAG, Hansa Lloyd, Goliath, Borgward and today DaimlerChrysler the Hanseatic town can look back over 100 years of innovation in the car manufacturing industry. For this reason the Bremen Classic Show from 3rd to 5th February 2006 will put on a special show „ Borgward`s racing sport“ which can be found in the Messe Bremen. Another highlight in the coming year will take place in the field of historical motorbikes and will dedicate a special show to the work of the legendary Ernst Neumann Neander. Neumann-Neander – known by experts as „N2“ - was the first motorbike constructor who didn`t have his roots in the technical field but in the fields of art and design.
The Bremen Classic Motorshow is always a fixed appointment for fans of vintage cars and veteran bikes because it offers special themes, first class dealers and expert and informative forums. Therefore we can say it is really the start of the season up here in the North of Germany. Frank Ruge, organizer of the vintage show said:“ For 2006 we expect roundabout 550 exhibitors and approximately 35,000 visitors. The exhibitors can count on visitors from all over Germany but also on many visitors from the Benelux countries, Great Britain or Scandinavia, all wanting to buy something!!! The visitors know that they can find dealers of high repute and special tips, the stars of tomorrow – all this in Bremen.“
This year the exhibitors have announced that they will bring very rare originals in the form of special car bodywork to the show in Bremen. For example there will be a Horch Gläser 930V Roadster and a Ferrari 250 GT 2+2. The special show Borgward`s racing sport will arrive with all three existing racing cars, the Le-Mans-Coupe and the Sportcoupe. The competitive models of that time will also be shown such as the Porsche 550 Spyder. The racing driver legend Hans Hermann will be present too as a very special guest. As part of a show workshop there will be practical tips given where experts will provide advice on all themes concerning engines and bodywork.
In addition to the special shows Münch and MV Agusta the Bremen Classic Motorshow will offer a further treat for all motorbike enthusiasts.: The technician and inventor Ernst Neumann Neander continued to be an inspiration for the motorbike world with his avant-garde two-wheel constructions during the 1920s and 1930s.But he also dared to enter the world edging between motorbike and automobile as his fascinating „driving machines“ from 1934 to 1939 impressively prove. These ultralight and ultrafast four-wheeled machines were unusual and decades ahead of their time. Thomas Trapp, a Neumann-Neander specialist will show a selection of rarities at the Bremen Classic Motorshow 2006.
Preparations for club presentations are running at full speed: there will be a car cinema scene, a French-style market place and other special scenes built – in 2006 it is a matter of the best presentation ever.
The Bremen Classic Motorshow opens its doors on Friday, 3rd February from 13.00 to 20.00, on 4th February from 9.00 to 18.00 and on Sunday 5th February from 9.00 to 17.00. Entry fees cost 12 and 9 for clubs.
For further information www.classicmotorshow.de
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