The second edition of the "Ciudad de Ubeda" Classic Trucks Concentration, organized by the "Ciudad de Baeza" Historical Trucks Association, will be held the following weekend. This event is in collaboration with the Ubetense City Council. This event, which will be held at the fairgrounds from June 17-18 and 19, will showcase classic trucks and cars of different eras. It is open to all ages and sizes between 5 and 8 meter.
This appointment will allow us to understand the history and evolution of transportation in the country, as well as the changes that have occurred over the past decades. Jose Luis Madueno, Councilor for Commerce, Industry and Crafts, stated that "we will enjoy authentic jewels upon wheels" during the presentation.
He stressed that these trucks that have a rich history will not be lost because they are part of the history of the country. This will provide a unique opportunity to all who wish to attend from both the province and outside of it.
According to the hotel reservations figures, the event attracted the attention of some lovers of this type vehicle transport vehicle. The organization confirmed that more than 100 vehicles were registered from across Spain.
A stand will be present with products from the automotive industry and other related areas such as insurance, maintenance, tools spare parts, window cleaning, mini cars, olive oil and other items to help promote liquid gold among visitors to the event. Parallel activities such as music, bar service and competitions will be offered. This program is designed to promote a relaxed environment among all those who attend.
Clara Lozano, the treasurer of the organization, said that this type of activity brings people together who have a passion for vintage trucks and allows them to share actions they have taken for the preservation of their vehicles. Manuel Jurado, the president, encouraged people to take part and thanked the City Council of Ubeda, for allowing this concentration to be held in the city.
Classic truck owners can participate in this second edition by sending an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by calling (619 982 752).