London Classic Car Show 2020 & Race Retro 2020
We’re proud to be exhibiting at Race Retro & LCCS 2020, and we have two opportunities for you to win a pair of tickets for both of these events held at the end of February. Our allocation of London Classic Car Show 2020 tickets is still being processed by organisers (TBC) and there is a pair of tickets up for grabs for Race Retro.
These giveaways have been very popular in the past, meaning we’ve had to disappoint a lot of followers (this time won’t be any different!) So we’re trying things a little differently…
On this occasion, instead of first come-first served, reply to email@example.com before Friday, 7 February 2020 to have your name automatically placed into the hat for your chance to win tickets. Simply state which event you wish to attend, and we’ll do the rest. Winners will be announced via social media Friday, 7 February 2020. Good luck!
Nº 1971 at London Classic Car Show 2020
Initial sketches from the new collection are starting to come off the drawing board. We’re developing a story to highlight the dangers that divers faced in The North Sea during the 1970’s.
We spent our time at Autosport International drawing ideas in front of our audience at NECB irmingham and we’ll be continuing its development at London Classic Car Show 2020. We want to bring more and more to our exhibition every year to highlight the process as much as the final product itself.
There will be opportunities to view the design process, CAD drawings as well as the build of the watch itself at our upcoming exhibitions throughout 2020.
Congratulations to F1000’s 2019 Champion Matthew Booth and overall Clubman Cup Winner Rob Bailey.
Each receive a watch of their choosing from the latest Nº 1968 collection inspired by 60s motorsport racing.
Honoured to be part of F1000’s prize-giving evening at 750 Motor Club. Here is the champion unboxing his watch.