Have you heard about Repco Beach Hop? Are you a classic car enthusiast? Read on to find out more details.
The Repco Beach Hop is New Zealand’s number 1 Nostalgia Festival that celebrates the best of the 50’s & 60’s. There are many things for which Repco Beach Hop is known: most notably, the music, retro style, and the droves of classic cars that fill the town for the week.
Max Loans are proud to be one of its supporters. For as long as most regular Beach Hop attendees remember, Saturday has been the big one. At the Max Loans Classic Car Fair and Auction, classic car enthusiasts are able to see a fantastic line up of classic cars on display for sale. As the exclusive finance broker at the Repco Beach Hop, we have been working with classic car enthusiast for many years and are ideally placed to help buyers secure finance (if needed) to enable them to obtain the classic car of their dreams.
The Repco Beach Hop runs over 5 days from Wednesday March 27th to Sunday March 31st 2019 and is held at 4 different beautiful spots on the Paradise Coast, Coromandel Peninsula, North Island, New Zealand. The first three days are held at Waihi, Whitanga and Onemana respectively with the last two days held in the beautiful seaside resort of Whangamata.
Max Loans Classic Car Fair and Auction 2019 is held at the Whangamata RSA Car Park, from 10am to 3pm with Auction at 1-2pm on Saturday 30th March 2019. There will be over 75 classic cars on the yard for sale, with 10 exclusive classic cars up for auction. Spots are in hot demand!
Yes – any car made BEFORE 1972 can apply to register for sale. Later model USA cars MAY apply to register however entry is at our discretion and our decision is final. Car entrants need to register and pay an entry/listing fee BEFORE the festival.
Festival Programmes are on sale for $5 during the festival and an entry form is enclosed inside. Entry forms must be completed correctly and dropped into the Max Loans Entry Box at the Max Loans Stand between 27th March and 30th March 2019.
Yes – all cars must have a legal registration and WOF. The Police have requested that we check all vehicles to ensure they are roadworthy. This due to the small minority of vehicles that have caused problems for the Police in the past – they did not have a Rego/WOF.