Classic cars bring in the crowds
PUBLISHED: 17:06 20 August 2014
THERE were almost 300 classic cars on display at the Mark Moor International Vehicle Festival on Sunday.
Mark Vehicle Festival gallery
John Sargeant with his RS Turbo Ford Escort Cabriolet 1989.
A Rover Pilot named The Dutchess.
Andrew Morland arriving in his 1953 Lotus 6.
Neil Revington from Revington TR Ltd. with his works rally TR4 from 1962 and a TR5 from 1969.
Show organiser Bruce Penrose in the unusual back seat of his Truimph Roadster.
Duncan Holder with his 4.7L V8 Sunbeam Tiger.
Natalie Gilbert with her works Mini Cooper S, driven by Paddy Hopkirk and placed first in the Tulip Rally of 1966.
Ted Watts of the Somerset Classic and Track Club with his Morris 1800 'Land Crab' from 1966.
Jamie Harrison with the family's 1950 Riley Roader RMC.
Jeanette Harrison in her Daimler Dart and husband Peter with his Riley RMB.
Matt Crooks with his Series 3 1981 Landrover.
The bi-annual event recorded its biggest ever turnout of spectators, flanked by glorious sunshine in the grounds around the village hall.
Among the cars on display were a 1950s Riley Roadster, a pristine pre-World War Two Austin 7 and a 1953 Lotus 6.