Monday, September 24, 2012
North Cheshire Classic Car and Bike Show
After parking up I set off around the show, which probably due to the fact this was a new event was smaller than I’d hoped, however the variety of cars in attendance certainly did live up to what was hoped for. The venue was also fantastic with the showground being over looked by the splendour of the Victorian-Jacobean mansion.
With competition shout outs for various classes to drive to the central show area which meant classic cars being driven all over, I was tempted to put mine in for the 1990-2000 class. But having the boot full of my little ones Radio Flyer Wagon and the parcel shelf on the back seats I though it wasn’t looking its best.
Highlights of the day were seeing the Marcos Mantis and a Talbot Rancher, most probably the rarest cars in attendance. Alongside these were the usual classic car fodder which you’ll see from the pictures below, there was great turn out of bokes as well. Fingers crossed this will be a fixture for next year.
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