10:55AM, Monday 04 August 2014
Vintage vehicles were rolled out for the annual classic car show at Windsor Farm Shop.
Hundreds of motorheads visited the site in Datchet Road, Old Windsor, yesterday to take a look at the display, which ranged from classic Bugattis and vintage prams to the raw power of a modern-day Lamborghini.
The popular showcase is organised by car enthusiast Vic Gallucci, who runs the events up and down the country, including a giant get-together in the Isle of Wight.
"This is one of the best locations that you can have a classic car show, the team and staff here are absolutely brilliant," said Vic.
"This year we've got all the Lamborghinis and Ferraris.
"On site there must be in excess of about 35 millions pounds worth of cars."
One of those to put his pride and joy on display was Colin Abbott from Guildford, who got his hands on a Jaguar C-Type Replica four years ago.
"I've always wanted one and a friend of mine said this was up for sale," said Colin.
"I've been in and around cars for years.
"People like to come to speak to me about it.
"It's a great location and a great set of cars."
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