This week ‘Essen’ will be the buzz word as there it is the location where the action is. Twelve halls and several outdoor courts filled with maybe a thousand classics. Plus clubs, automobilia, parts and dealers a big classic auction by Coys and more. A first stop after entering and after passing BMW Tradition is Germany’s largest classic car dealer Thiesen who traditionally is ‘camping’ in Hall 10, while Fusco Automobile and Altena Classic & Rally Service are very nearby. For those thinking about more high-end classics Hall 6 the 1st next stop. Here we find our friends of Hyman Ltd that are the only american dealer using the trouble to cross the important pond. This current year presenting a 1911 Kelsey Motorette, built-in Connecticut USA. It’s not the first time a Kelsey is outside the USA as we understand they were exported to Europe and even Japan back then. At the stand of Bruno Vendiese and Jack Braam Ruben you will find a minimum of a Bugatti T57 Ventoux. Another Bugatti T57 is de Atalante Cabriolet conversion presented by Coupe from Madrid. Classic Motorcars Holland will roll in a 1931 Bentley Speed Six. By bringing a very rare 1930 straight eight Röhr convertible Limousine, christoph Grohe finally will try to satisfy the German oriented customers.