If you were enjoying a leisurely afternoon drive on Sunday and found yourself surrounded by a 1954 Armstrong Sidderley, an E-Type Jag and a 1938 Morris 8 to name but a few, you hadn’t wandered unknowingly into Doctor Who’s Tardis - you had arrived at the 2013 North Cheshire Classic Car Club Annual Show.
Held this year at Vauxhall Motors in Ellesmere Port, the event welcomed more than 100 historic vehicles from five decades.
And it wasn’t just cars that graced the event, as bikes, scooters and campervans from a bygone era also made up the attractions.
Formed in 2009, the NCCCC has grown from just nine members.
Among the eye-catching displays were: A Monte Carlo-plated Panhard was featured in Mrs Biggs, the ITV serial about the wife of Great Train Robber, Ronnie Biggs.
Disgraced inventor John DeLorean headhunted a manager from the Ellesmere Port Vauxhall plant in order to help bring alive his dream.
The North Cheshire Classic Car Club is always looking for new members to swell its ranks, as throughout the year they visit many local shows, fetes, and make trips to other clubs.
So if you have a vehicle you think might fall into the category of ‘classic’, pop along and introduce yourself to the club.
The members meet at the Hinderton Arms pub in Neston on the last Monday of each month.
Visit www.northcheshireclassiccarclub.co.uk for more details.