THE fourth Annual Classic Car and Bike Show at Hampton Ferry in Evesham saw a stunning array of the best of British cars and bikes from the last 100 years.
The event, which took place on Sunday, June 29, welcomed exhibitors from near and far who took their place in what turned out to be the biggest and best show to date.
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There were also new groups from the Triumph Sports Six Club of Coventry.
Geoff Smith, who travelled from Birmingham, has 50 years experience in the motor trade in engine rebuilds and classic restoration and judged the show.
He said: "I was amazed and delighted to see such a wonderful and varied selection of vehicles. It made my job extremely difficult. It was a pleasure to be involved."
The winners were Mike Hatcher, of Astwood Bank in the vintage section for his 1934 British Salmson and in the classic category it was Tony Eades, from Tewskesbury and his 1951 Austin A40.
The show will take place next year on Sunday, June 28, from 10am until 4pm.