Classic car event in Antequera attracts over 100 vehicles
Vintage car event in Antequera attracted more than 100 vehicles aged at least 30
A vintage car event held in Antequera on Saturday October 2 drew more than 100 vehicles, all of which had to be over 30 years old to participate.
More than 200 people gathered initially at 11:30 am, in Bobadilla Estacion, to participate in the 1st Concentration of Vintage Cars, organized by the Autonomous Local Authority (ELA), then proceeded to a tour in the streets of Antequera.
Authorized by the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), and escorted by the local Antequera police, the vehicles left from the La Dehesa restaurant. The parade of cars headed for Avenida de la Estacion, before continuing on the El Romeral road, to the station.
A line of vehicles nearly 2 km long contained some legendary models, including the Seat 1500, CitroÃ«n 11 light, Ford Escort and Seat 600, accompanied by many different models of Seat. Antequera was turned into a vintage car museum for a few hours, seen by residents and tourists alike, who flooded the streets for a passing sight.
At 1 p.m., the vehicles gathered in Paseo Real, where they parked for 40 minutes to give car enthusiasts the opportunity to look at the various vehicles that were lined up. Five trophies followed, including one for the oldest car, the newest driver and the oldest driver. There were also prizes for the âmost loved carâ, and another for the most attractive Seat 124.
Luis Moreno, the representative in Malaga of the National Club Seat 1430, 124 and 124 Sport, and from Bobadilla, was the mastermind behind this wonderful event. He was so happy he said, âI thought it was going to be smaller, but it finally got out of hand. Our goal is to give these cars a second chance because normally with these years they would be scrapped â.
Mr. Moreno waited until his retirement to fully immerse himself in the world of classic cars by acquiring a 52-year-old Seat 1430 a few years ago. child, âhe admitted.
Antonio Casaus, 27, vintage car enthusiast born in Anterquera, was Luis’ collaborator. He recounted how his dreams came true last January when he managed to get his hands on a Seat 124, which he later switched to his current 1968 Volkswagen Beetle inseparable.
âI use it more than my new car,â he enthuses, âIn this world, the fans are one, it’s not like other hobbies that there is a lot of competition. “. The club plans to organize soon another national concentration in the capital of Malaga, in order to continue to highlight these classic engines, as reported by laopiniondemalaga.es.
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