Berlin-Brandenburg's largest old-timer market opens its doors on Saturday, May 13th and Sunday, May 14, 2017, between 10:00 and 18:00 hrs, and rings in the vintage season in the region. As you know as loyal fans of our blog, there is also one of the shops from ck-modelcar, where you can look at the latest models in addition to exceptional rarities and special offers. On the site of the former tram depot, the organizers around Centermanager Yvo Konzag provide a full program, which offers more than fair value for the 7.00 Euro entrance fee (4.00 Euro reduced). The fact that drivers of old-timers can drive the Classic Remise Berlin free of charge, belongs to a dearly won tradition, of which unfortunately we can not profit.
At least 1,500 cars can be viewed
Because you know: A vintage car, ie a car with H license plate, is a vehicle only from the age of 30 years. To the delight of the visitors, many of the approximately 1,500 expected visitors' cars are parked on the adjacent parking lot, which is the focus of every Automuseum, so great is the variety of cars of all brands on the occasion of this event. The extensive program includes, among other things, the largest vehicle and parts market in Berlin-Brandenburg, an oldtimer presentation on the stage including a presentation and presentation of the vehicles, the arrival of the 12th AvD around Berlin Classic Oldtimerrundfahrt on Saturday, a motorcycle as well as a Commercial vehicle meetings as well as sales stands for automobiles, books and historical clothing. In cooperation with the German Engineering Museum: 50 m Skylift.
Catering and open doors at the workshops
Club and club presentations complete the offer on both days. Of course there will be a good and cheap catering and, of course, the companies of the Classic Remise will keep their doors open. The Classic Remise Berlin opened in 2003 in the so-called Wiebehallen in the district Moabit. The building was built between 1899 and 1901 and was used as a tram depot under the designation Betriebshof Moabit. Previously, this depot was the largest of its kind in Europe with more than 10,000 square meters of usable space. Today, the total area of ??Classic Remise Berlin covers approximately 12,000 square meters, with 88 adjustment boxes for private car rarities.