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March 24, 2017

From a Charleston Car to a Mafia Sedan

Stories on two and four wheels at Warm-Up 3 for MOTORWORLD München

It’s the only one of its kind in the world: The “International Preservation Concours”. Here, it is not the highly polished classic cars that vie for the jury’s favour, but classic motorcycles and automobiles that have preserved their unrestored original condition, and in doing so tell true stories. The second edition of this unique competition begins at 10 a.m. on Sunday, April 2nd 2017, as part of the Warm-Up 3 event for MOTORWORLD München. And this time around, there will be even more motoring gems to admire than at the inaugural event: 32 vehicles, among them true rarities such as a 1922 Alfa Romeo RL S, a 1954 Fuldamobil NWF 200, a 1957 Porsche 356 Speedster, and a 1968 Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2000 Blindata – a real Mafia car. Parking and admission are free of charge at the third, open-marque meeting of classic cars and modern classics, classic motorcycles and super cars at MOTORWORLD München.

The competition categories themselves indicate that the International Preservation Concours is all about real, unadulterated history. Among them: “Charleston – Pre-War Cars”, “Gentlemen’s Toys – Post-War Sports Cars”, “Motorcycles of the 60s & 70s”. All vehicles over 40 years of age that have been kept in their original condition are eligible to take part. That means automobiles whose history is clearly evident, and where possible with comprehensive documentation (purchase agreement, service invoices, typical contemporary accessories, etc.). The Concours, which was initiated by the Munich-based club Classics vor Charity e. V., stays abreast of the trend towards an increasing popularity among both collectors and investors for classic vehicles in their original condition.
The 32 registered vehicles will be coming under the strict gaze of the high-calibre, international jury chaired by classic car expert Kay MacKenneth.

Countless motoring treasures
And as if that wasn’t enough. Anybody who attended the first two Warm-Up events for MOTORWORLD München will know that there will be countless motoring treasures to marvel at this time around as well. For everybody who comes with his own enthusiast’s vehicle will become part of this fascinating world. Accompanied by professional commentaries as soon as they drive onto the grounds, the collectors’ automobiles will be able to park on specially reserved areas. This will both stylishly and informatively accentuate just how a lively, attractive, and open mobility centre and event ensemble will emerge from the former railway repair shop in Freimann by 2018 – MOTORWORLD München. Thousands of visitors are once again expected to attend this Warm-Up event. Whether young or old, scene fans or automobile clubs, interested or just curious visitors – no-one should miss the chance of seeing this foretaste of motoring passion in Munich. And, of course, they will also be able to discover how construction work for MOTORWORLD München is progressing. MOTORWORLD’s Airstream Diner will once again be one of the stands offering refreshments on the day.

Free parking, free admission
Admission to Warm-Up 3 for MOTORWORLD München on April 2nd, 2017 (from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.) is free for everyone. All visitors who arrive by car can park free of charge on the grounds at Lilienthalallee 35, 80939 Munich (subject to capacity).
The Warm-Up event is easily accessible by public transport as well. The Munich-Freimann station on the U6 line is just a few minutes’ walk away from MOTORWORLD.

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Photo 1
Alfa Romeo RL S, 1922 (Photo credit: Classics for Charity e. V)

Photo 2
Fuldamobil NWF 200, 1954 (Photo credit: Kay MacKenneth / Classic Car TV)

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Porsche 356 Speedster, 1957 (Photo credit: Chromecars)

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Alfa Romeo 
Alfetta 2000 Blindata, 1968 (Photo credit: Kay MacKenneth / Classic Car TV)