Picture gallery: Thousands converge on IWM Duxford for Spring Car Show

09:10 05 May 2014

Spring Car Show IWM Duxford, May 4

Spring Car Show IWM Duxford, May 4

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Up to a thousand classic and contemporary cars made their way to IWM Duxford yesterday (May 4) for the Spring Car Show.

Car clubs on display at the museum included the 7 Series Register (BMW) Club, the Alvis Owners Club, the Mustang Owners Club, the BMW Car Club, the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club, the TVR Car Club, the Mercedes-Benz Club, the E Type Jaguar Club (East Anglia), the Cambridge and District Classic Car Club, the Sunbeam Alpine Owners’ Club and the Lotus Forums.

Visitors enjoyed exploring the stunning cars and chatting to their owners.

There was also the opportunity to indulge in a tank ride, get a face painting or have a souvenir caricature from cartoonist Sean Savage.

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