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Vintage cars, trucks and bikes in line Buntingford High Street in classic car show


In the photo above, visitors are enjoying the Buntingford Classic Show (Photo credit: Martine Xerri)

Hundreds of vintage cars, trucks, bikes and more lined up Buntingford High Street as its classic car show made a welcome return after a year of absence.

The Buntingford Classic Car Show took place on Saturday September 4th, as it has for about 20 years on the first Saturday in September.

This year marked the 19th classic car show, after organizers decided to last cancel due to Covid-19.

Vehicle owners come from afar to display their classic cars along Buntingford’s original cobbled street, surrounded by its old Tudor stage.

Crowds flocked to the event this year to see an eclectic lineup of vintage and classic engines, which included a TVR, Ford GT, VW Kombi and Austin Healey – to name a few – as well as motorcycles and scooters.

There was plenty for guests to do throughout the day, including a range of delicious food and live music from artists such as Andrea Wilde, Steve Young, the Bengeo Blues Band and Sterno.

In previous years, the Blues Brothers car has been on display, along with a three and a half million pound Ferrari.

Aiden and Ava with Hertfordshire Police officers (Martine Xerri)
A Ford GT (Photo credit: Martine Xerri)
An Austin Healey (Photo credit: Martine Xerri)
Visitors give a helping hand! (Credit: Martine Xerri)
A VW Bus (Credit: Martine Xerri)
Classic vehicles lined the main street (Photo credit: Martine Xerri)
Motorcycles and scooters were also on display (Photo credit: Martine Xerri)
Stanley and Reggie enjoy the show (Martine Xerri)
A couple relish some of the delicious food on offer. (Martine Xerri)
There were smiles everywhere (Credit: Martine Xerri)
There was live music all day (Credit: Martine Xerri)

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