Vintage cars and motorbikes feature at classic vehicle show

PUBLISHED: 16:32 20 April 2019

Olly Cope with his 1968 Jensen FF.      Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Olly Cope with his 1968 Jensen FF. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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People flocked to Redhill to marvel at a range of spectacular vintage cars on display at the weekend.

Keith Harrison with his Model A Ford Hot Rod from 1929.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONKeith Harrison with his Model A Ford Hot Rod from 1929. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Visitors to the village's classic car and motorcycle event were treated to a variety of Fords, Jensens and a GTM Sypder, which were parked-up at the event on Sunday.

Those who attended enjoyed a dry day at the Recreation Ground and the show, which had a breakfast on offer to passers by, was hosted by Redhill Village Club.

Paul Quick and his 1929 Model A Ford Tudor Sedan Hot Rod.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONPaul Quick and his 1929 Model A Ford Tudor Sedan Hot Rod. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Olly Cope brought along his 1968 Jensen FF model, which was produced for five years between 1966-1971.

Dave Parry with his GTM Spyder.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONDave Parry with his GTM Spyder. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Keith Harrison is pictured with his Model A Ford Hot Rod, which was manufactured in 1929.

Brian Petheram and his 1957 Norton Model 7 motorbike.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONBrian Petheram and his 1957 Norton Model 7 motorbike. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Dave Parry made an appearance with his GTM Spyder as well as Brian Petheram, who showed up on his 1957 Norton Model 7 motorbike.

Redhill's event raised money for the children's village play area fund.

Redhill Village Club classic car show, in Church Lane.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONRedhill Village Club classic car show, in Church Lane. Picture: MARK ATHERTON


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