Known as the longest running classic car event in the UK, the two day show is held at the Royal Bath and West Showground, with an autojumble, visitor attractions for families as well as catering and indoor areas. The sheds are taken over by hundreds of cars, with provisions and attractions also available for casual visitors.
In addition Charterhousee Auctions, offer a fine selection of cars and bikes with the auction taking place on Sunday. The event attracts a wide variety of cars, often appealing to owners in the South West and Wales and an opportunity to see cars that are seldom seen in the main centrally located UK shows.
Reproduction signs next to an Abingdon original.
Pulled out from a pub garden, the owner has owned this MG for 61 years!
One of a handful of the once common Datsun 100A’s left, the estate version is now probably the rarest.
A Mercedes flanked by a brace of British cars.
Based on the BMC ADO16, this Spanish built car was for local consumption only.
Not generally seen as classic car, the original Ibiza is now over 35 years old.
The Citroen CX still has the ability to turn heads, the design was ground breaking in the executive car market.
A very original and iconic E30 M3 BMW.
It’s never a proper classic car show without at least one Mini.
One of a dozen auction pieces, this Subaru was well used but have a loyal following today.