You can still order the 2012 Car Show on DVD!! All funds to charity. Only R130 including packaging and postage. You can watch the trailer on YouTube now.  Order now!

Bookings are now open for 2016 - 23 & 24 January 2016



  Tickets will be available via COMPUTICKET and at the gate!!

Click on the Computicket logo above to purchase tickets for the show! These must be collected from a Computicket outlet before the show as we will not have them at the gate.


Tickets are R30 per person



PARKING has been arranged at Timour Hall Primary School in Gabriel Rd. There will be NO parking available at the venue.   Members of the public are encouraged please to make use of the parking and walk down to the show.


HERE'S TO 2016

Bookings to display your vehicle as an individual or for clubs are now open for our 16th show taking place on 23 & 24 January 2016.

As always, we are hoping to attract a large display of classic and interesting vehicles to intrigue and delight.

If you would like to participate in any way, please contact us as early as possible to book a place.

Here's to 2016!!



If you don't see your club listed on this site, please contact us to participate in the Show.



We always have a need for volunteers to help out over the weekend.  It is hard work, but a lot of good fun too!    

Huge thanks to all the websites who provide coverage of this event: 


The Classic Car and Bike Show


The Classic Car and Bike Show is hosted annually by the International Police Association and after 15 successful years, the event has become a 'must do' on the Cape Town events calendar.  The Show was conceived in 1999 when the Western Cape Region of the Association was looking for a method of fundraising for their various charitable programs.

The first Show, held in January 2000, featured only a handful of clubs, but it was clear from the first that this was a winning formula and over the next few years, the event grew steadily in popularity, both with exhibitors and members of the public.  In 2006, the decision was taken to increase the event from a single day event into a two day event and to include Modern and Future Classics on the Saturday with Vintage Classics remaining on the Sunday. This decision allowed the inclusion of more clubs and increased the field of interest to intrigue the younger generation. 

The main purpose of this event is of course to raise funds and as it grows, so the ability to help others grows with it.   In 2007, R10 000 was donated to Robertson House in aid of victims of spinal injuries and in 2008, R10 000 was donated to the SA Burn Foundation towards the printing and distribution of their new "Learn Not to Burn" program for pre- and primary schools. In 2009, we were proud to be able to donate R10 000 to Tape Aids for the Blind, who we are sure will put the money to excellent use helping visually challenged people to keep entertained, educated and generally informed.   Our 2010 charity was the Chaeli Campaign who also received R10 000 towards their amazing initiatives.  2011 saw us supporting Living Way, an outreach programme based near Kommetjie that teaches entrepreneurial skills in informal settlements.  Our 2012 our main recipient was the Village Care Aged Fund in Lavender Hill who provide housing and care to at risk seniors in a difficult environment and in 2013 we selected the Nkosiyamoyethu Outreach Programme in Hout Bay, with our donation assisting them in skills training.  In 2014 our charity was the Lucky Lucy Foundation.

Most recently, our charity for 2015 was A
ge-in-Action. As we prepare for the 2016 show, it is our aim to keep on taking this event from strength to strength and in so doing, continue to make a difference.  


To participate in any way, or for further information, please don't hesitate to contact us.                         


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Costs, Times and other General Enquiries 

  • CHANGES TO ENTRY FEE - The entry fee for the 2015 show will be R30 per person, with children under 12 still free.
  • PUBLIC PARKING is available only at Timour Hall Primary School on Gabriel Rd.  Visitors are encouraged to park their vehicles there and walk down Timour Hall Rd to the venue. 
  • There will be no public parking at the venue. 
  • The show is open to the public officially from 10am - 4pm each day.
  • There are no disabled facilities on-site.
  • There is limited Halaal & no Kosher catering on-site. 
  • None of the vehicles from the Saturday display will be here for the Sunday display.
  • Members of the public are welcome to donate to our Charity.  Simply ask any of our ticket sales assistants for help.
  • The venue is at the bottom of Timour Hall Rd, off of Gabriel Rd in Plumstead.  For maps, please see the venue website at
  • For any other queries not answered here, please feel free to contact us.



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