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Sri Lanka Insurance Motor Plus all set to launch Ceylon Motor Show 2019


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The official motor show of the year ‘Ceylon Motor Show 2019’ presented by the country’s leading motor insurance provider Sri Lanka Insurance Motor Plus together with the Classic Car Club of Ceylon (CCCC) and Ceylon Motor Traders Association (CMTA) will be staged from 15 to 17 March at the BMICH.

‘Ceylon Motor Show’ takes place every two years and has been a tremendous success in the past years and this year the event expects a footfall of over 30,000 car enthusiasts across the country.

‘Ceylon Motor Show 2019’ will host a special program for school children about the fascinating history and evolution of motor vehicles on 15 March before the show officially opens to the public at 5 pm.

This year’s show will feature some of world’s most prestigious automotive companies and brands with their state-of-the-art modern vehicles as well as it will feature a collection of prestigious classic and vintage cars.


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