Classic Car Show all about passion

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  1. 1932 Lagonda open tourer. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  2. 1920s Fargo truck, 1931 Chevrolet Fire engine. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  3. 1932 Talbot 2.3-litre six with Darraq four-seater body. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  4. Now you understand why Ettore Bugatti called the Bentley 4.5-Litre the fastest lorry in the world. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  5. 1922 Bentley Three-Litre. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  6. 1930 De Soto 6 sedan recalls the era of gangsters and prohibition. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  7. 1938 Packard 8 convertible coupe. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  8. 1974 Triumph TR6. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  9. Austin Chummy is so small the occupants had better be good friends. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  10. 1967 Ford Mustang convertible. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  11. 20: 1980 BMW M535i. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  12. Three-wheelers then and now. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  13. Laverda RGS succeeded the iconic Jota in 1983. It had very big tyre tracks to fill, and did so better than most Laverdisti gave it credit for. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  14. 1992 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  15. 1962 BMW R50/2. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  16. 1914 Douglas flat twin. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  17. 1925 Indian Scout. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  18. 1934 Norton 633cc Big 4. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  19. The 225cc Triumph Junior was introduced in 1913 and remained in production until 1926. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  20. 1960 Puch 175 split-single two-stroke. Picture: Dave Abrahams
 

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