This year's show will be held from Friday 28 October to Sunday 30 October and include a display of more than 300 classic cars

A classic car auction will be one of the main features of the Classic & Sports Car Show at Alexandra Palace in London this October.

Click here for all the details for the 2016 show.

The show will be held from Friday 28 October to Sunday 30 October and will have more than 300 classic cars on display from some of the world's most prestigious classic car dealers.

At last year’s show, which attracted more than 15,000 visitors over the weekend, the Jaguar E-Type was named the best-ever British car.

This year's auction will be held by Coys, and many more features will be announced in the coming months.

James Elliot, Classic & Sports Car editor, said: "Our first show was such an enormous success, from displays including the Best British Car Ever to the Interview Stage and its famous faces, and I can’t wait to bring the Classic & Sports Car vibe to Alexandra Palace again."

A limited number of earlybird tickets are on offer for £20 per adult, or tickets cost £26 on the door. Children under 12 years old get in for free.

This year a selection of premium package tickets are available, including exclusive previews and restaurant deals as well as family discounts. For more information, click here.

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