03:30AM, Tuesday 06 August 2013
Ferraris, Lamborghinis and a vintage double-decker bus were among the stars of the show for the third International Classic Car Show in Old Windsor on Sunday.
Nearly 400 vintage, retro and custom cars made an appearance as thousands flocked to Windsor Farm Shop in Datchet Road to enjoy a cream tea or a burger and take a look at vehicles from across the UK and continental Europe.
Organiser Victor Gallucci said: "We have been absolutely crammed with people.
"There's been a fantastic cross section [of cars] and some of the country's best."
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