After a two-year Corona break, lovers of classic cars as well as youngtimers stormed the classic car fair in Tulln on May 21st and 22nd.
More than 750 exhibitors from Austria, Germany and other countries presented their products and services at the Tulln Classic Car Fair, from completely restored vehicles to classic car parts, literature and model cars, in short, everything to do with classic cars. More than 90 clubs and numerous museums showed their vintage rarities.
For the first time this year, a vintage and youngtimer auction took place on Saturday. 70 cars and 50 motorcycles were for sale. Among them were some spectacular vehicles. A Jaguar XJS, built in 1990, which the Austrian artist Philipp Mueller had painted and turned into an art car, went to the new owner for 70,000 euros with a starting price of 25,000 euros.
Of course our club booth, which showed a range of “racing legends” and an original Formula 1 steering wheel used by Mark Webber, was once again a popular meeting place for our members and friends. Thank you for the numerous visits!