Every two years, the Royal Irish Automobile Club gathers together 40 classic car clubs from across Ireland to exhibit their members classic cars at the biggest event of its kind in Ireland.
Sponsored by AXA Insurance with the Irish Independent as its media partner, the event attracts as many as 30,000 people during the two day event.
There are many historically significant vehicles expected to wow the crowds on March 5th and 6th 2016 and one such example is the ultra rare french Panhard CD never before seen in the UK or Ireland.
The car on display is recognised to be one of the last remaining of the 159 built up to 1964 by Charles Deutsch. In 1962 they won the Performance Index at Le Mans and Panhard as a manufacturer had over 1,800 race and rally victories to their name between 1895 and 1967.
Furthermore, our friends over at the TR Register in Ireland will have a display on stand F45 of a broad range of Triumph TR sportscars throughout the event and members who sign up on the day will get instant access to 10% discount on Hamilton Classic products through the TR Register shop in the UK.