The Classic Car and Bike Show was presented by The Crankhandle Club, at Timour Hall Villa, in Plumstead, at the weekend. With an array of modern and vintage classics on display, the annual charity event was a treat for motor fans.
This XXL model steam locomotive drew much attention as can be seen in the adoring crowd. Picture: Colin Brown
Ancient and innovative motorcycles, having been painstakingly restored to better than new in some cases, were admired by the large crowds. Picture: Colin Brown
This amazing collection of Honda mini trail bikes laid out so neatly and all appeared in pristine condition. Picture:Colin Brown
Way back in 1912, Ford Motor Company was building this Model T for the masses. The genius displayed in some of the working parts when compared to modern day engineering is quite astounding. This car is owned by father and son, Viv and Brian James. Picture: Colin Brown
This immaculate 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe, pictured here in all it’s glory, also belongs to father and son, Viv and Brian James. Picture: Colin Brown