It was very busy, loads of visitors and a lot of car clubs. I had no idea the event was on this scale. Some nice cars in the car park as well like the Mercedes 420SL Cabriolet and I managed to get one of my cars in a dominant position but I was only there for about an hour, went for a nice drive around the Wirral after.
Couple of big American cars like the Oldsmobile and the Riviera, I always have a soft spot for those monsters.
Loads of very well restored cars, far too many to list. Nice to see a Vauxhall 101 FC estate, I had a number of FB Victors for a while and there was an Austin Cambridge, my first car being its sister the Morris Oxford. Of course there was at least one E-type there, you can't have a classic show without one of those icons.
Car of the show for me was the pastel green Ford Zephyr.
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