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Minster Men’s Group Classic and Sports Car Night

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Our Minster Men’s Group are organising a brilliant classic and sports car show in Trinity Square.  Everybody’s welcome to come down to Trinity Square, where 25 to 30 amazing vehicles will be on show.

We’ll have supercars like Ferraris and Lamborghinis, muscle cars like a Nissan GT R and Ford Mustang, American classics like a 59 Cadillac, and British classics: Jaguar E-Types, Triumph TR4A, MG A.  And we’ll have a special emphasis on the classic British sportscar marque TVR, with several on show.

Just a jaw-dropping selection.

You can walk amongst the cars, talk to the drivers, take pictures, or just gaze in admiration.

We also have a special treat for you 80's, small one-person battery electric vehicle fans; we have a Sinclair C5 that you can take a ride on for £2 with proceeds going towards Hull Minster's Development project.

It’ll all take place in the stunning surroundings of the newly renovated Trinity Square; a fabulous place to enjoy and explore on a summer’s night.  Afterwards, there are plenty of local watering holes to grab a coffee or a beer with friends.

No tickets needed, no charge, just turn up for a great night with the blokes from the Minster, and a whole lot of petrol-heads.

Full list of cars;

  • TVR Vixen
  • Jaguar E-Type
  • Triumph TR4A
  • MG A
  • Jaguar XJ6 Coupe/Rolls Royce Corniche
  • Ferrari California
  • Lancia Delta Integrale
  • Ferrari F12
  • Ferrari 430 Scuderia
  • TVR Griffith
  • TVR Tuscan
  • TVR "Wedge" 400
  • Pontiac Grandville Convertible
  • TVR Tamora
  • TVR Cerbera
  • Ford Mustang
  • TVR Chimera
  • TVR 300S
  • TVR Tuscan
  • Lamborghini Huracon/Jaguar E-Type Series 1
  • Ferrari 360 Modena
  • 1959 Cadillac
  • Nissan GT R 'Liberty Walk'
  • Mercedes CLA 45 AMG
  • Ford Escort Mk i
  • Cadillac Coupe de Ville 1959
  • Toyota MR2 Mk 1
  • Ford Zodiac
  • Nissan GT R 'Liberty Walk'
  • BMW Z4-M4 conversion
  • MG T-Type
  • Aston Martin DB9
  • Peugeot HY Burger van
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