Since 1979 the TECHNORAMA takes place in Ulm and was founded by Helmut Leicht.The Ulm classic car and spare parts market was set up in the "Donauhalle" plus two further halls and with its 50 exhibitors attracted approximately 3000 visitors. The halls had been filled with own stock vehicles and spare parts and with the help of Ulm' historical fire brigade vehicles. Several of the exhibitors from the very start are still among our regular exhibitors and visitors respectively. For many years, the Ulm Technorama attracts international visitors from all over Europe to come to the town at the Danube River and is a "jour-fixe date" in every classic car enthusiast's calendar. 

 

In Kassel, in 1985, old car friends met for the first time at our classic car market. Since this year the Technorama has developed into the biggest classic car and parts market of the state of Hessen. High quality vintage car models and parts in addition to motorbike rarities are frequently requested for in the halls of our motorbike specialists.

 

From 1994 until 2004 the Technorama also took place in Hannover. Fortunately the fair in Lower Saxony was able to move to the airport area in Hildesheim. The direct contact to vehicles, spare parts and classic car freaks could also be enjoyed here. Hildesheim is well-known for its numerous participants in classic car meetings and also for its comparative races including "fuel talks" in the driver's compound.

 

For Helmut Leicht the surprises of the classic car market are still most thrilling. It is not unusual that you don't find what you were looking for but instead you find things you hadn't been looking for at all. Keep your eyes open and be prepared for surprises. Rarities can always be discovered. For him, this is classic car archaeology.