Sunday 16th July 2017


Venue: Scottburgh High School, 41 Allen Street Scottburgh
Date: Sunday 16th July 2017
Start Time: Classic Cars 07h30 Visitors 09h00 until 15h00
Entry fees: Visitors : R30
Pensioners/Scholars : R10
Children under 12 : FREE
Where to park: Free Parking at Scottburgh Primary School
What to do: Tea Garden
Beer Tent
Food vendors offering a wide variety of foods
Secure children's play enclosure with a Jungle Gym, Jumping Castle and Paint Ball Tunnel.
Car Parades
Dress Up (Optional): 1940's - 1970's

All classic cars on show must be pre-1975 or by "Special Invitation". Windscreen stickers to ensure entry of "Special Invitation" vehicles must be obtained before the show from Peter Fielding Show Organizer.

Only pre-1975 classic cars and classic motorcycles, as well as modern motorcycles will be permitted entry into the school grounds. Visitors can park at the Scottburgh Primary School (entry from David Road) where FREE secure parking will be available. There will be a shuttle bus to transport those who cannot walk up the steps to the Show. Alternatively, visitors can park amongst the labyrinth of streets surrounding the school.

The many Classic Car Clubs who have been invited have been allocated specific parking areas on the main show field. All other individual exhibitors of pre-1975 classics are most welcome and will park on the field adjacent to the main show field. All classic cars and bikes that wish to join the displays in the school grounds will be requested to donate R5 per vehicle to the charities which will benefit from the show. This donation is voluntary.

No bikes after 1975 will be allowed onto the field. There will be a modern bike display in the shady paved parking area next to the swimming pool. Marshals will direct bikers to this area where they can pay their entrance fee and deposit their jackets and helmets safely while they enjoy the Show.

Marshals will show all classic cars and bikes where to park.



Ever since the very first car in 1886, when Karl Benz introduced his motor tricycle, the world has been fascinated by the automobile. During its evolution we have seen motorcars which are unforgettable, unreliable, functional, luxurious, breathtakingly beautiful and downright ugly. Today cars are technological marvels but unfortunately the vast majority are designed by computers and all look very similar.

Peter Fielding, a local resident, believed that local enthusiasts should be able to enjoy their classic cars without having to drive all the way to Durban every month to join one of the city's many car clubs and so the Scottburgh Classic Car Club (SCCC) was founded on the 8th of September 2007.

Having been to all the major classic car shows both in South Africa and in the western world, Peter felt there was an opportunity to stage a classic car show in the town, and In August 2010, the first Scottburgh Classic Car Show was held, organized by the SCCC at the Scottburgh Country Club. The Show is for those who wish to recall those magical days when the automobile was not only a means of transport but was also considered a piece of art, a status symbol, a fashion statement.

Classic car enthusiasts are invited to bring and display their automobiles and motorcycles produced prior to 1975. Clubs are encouraged to park together and to display their banners and gazebo if they wish - this space can be booked prior to the Show. In addition to these classic cars and bikes, specific car clubs and supercars may be invited by "Special Invitation"

Space for trailers will be provided and special parking will be available close to the Show field for the disabled.

The Scottburgh Classic Car Show is an event that not only aims to provide a fun-filled day for classic car enthusiasts and general public, but also provides a golden opportunity to raise money for local charities and public service organisations.



Ford will be the featured marque at this year's show. The Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903 and was the first motor manufacturer to make the most of mass production techniques.They sold over 15 million Model T cars and since then Ford has grown into a global giant. It was the only big US car maker to survive the recession of the first decade of the new millennium without government aid. Most people have owned a Ford at sometime in their lives and the marque has a strong following today of classic car enthusiasts.


The Scottburgh High School is located on Allen Street in Scottburgh. The Show Entrance is in Allen Street and will be clearly signposted with Marshals on duty to guide both Exhibitors and Visitors to the parking areas.

The SCCS will be signposted from the N2 Highway both from the north and from the south. There will be plenty of parking for visitors.