It's that time again, on May 2nd and 3rd, 2020, classic car enthusiasts will meet at
Technorama in the Danube city. With 850 exhibitors and around 25,000 visitors, Technorama Ulm is one of the largest and best-stocked parts markets among classic car events! Both the exhibitors and visitors from all over Europe appreciate this traditional meeting place of the classic car scene.
Technorama has a lot to offer in 10 halls and on 20.000 m2 of outdoor space. The
screwdrivers and collectors are looking for starters, chrome parts, spark plugs and
accessories as well as literature and miniature models of all kinds. Among the parts dealers is a BMW pre-war expert V8, who has taken over a collection. This year the area for Italian auto or motorcycle parts has grown. Brand new is a dealer with La Verde two-wheelers and spare parts. As usual, the dealers for German brands, such as Zündapp, Kreidler, BMW are strongly represented.
The clubs, associations and IGs also offer interesting information for classic car fans. They provide information about their own activities, give travel tips and know the special dealers. They are on hand to provide advice and assistance with restoration and repair questions. At the Alt Opel IG stand this year you can see a presentation of 8 vehicles on the theme of "50 Years of Manta A".
The historic vehicles with two and four wheels are offered for sale in the Donauhalle. Among the classic cars is also a 2 CV that comes directly from France. The classic car enthusiasts appreciate the fact that they meet like-minded people with whom they can discuss the special features of historic cars, motorcycles and tractors. As every year, the classic car meeting of all vehicles takes place behind Hall 7.
The opening hours are on Saturday from 9am to 6pm and on Sunday from 9am to 4pm. The day ticket costs 12 €. Ticket sales are open from 7:00. Around 3000 parking spaces are located at the fairgrounds, in the wider area there are additional parking spaces available. On 2 May, the public transport ride in Ulm is free! Further detailed information can be found at www.technorama.de
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Jens Güttinger e. K., Ulm
Phone: 0049 (0)731 189 68-0
Böfinger Straße 50