Vintage vehicles help create classic day out
THE 45th annual Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza returned to South Cerney Airfield last weekend.
This year the show featured 1000 classic cars from pre and post war, including more than 70 Classic American cars, 30 visiting car clubs, 370 motorcycles and scooters, 330 commercial vehicles ad well as 80 bicycles from 1903 - 1980 and more than 50 model aircraft to taking to the skies above.
The event also paid tribute to American Popular “big band era” musician Major Glenn Miller to tie in with the 75th anniversary of Glenn Miller performing at Cirencester in August 1944 shortly before his disappearance.
Now preparations have begun for next year.
The 46th annual Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza will return to South Cerney on the July 31 to August 2, 2020.
Arley Smith, five, with a display of Bedford buses
Sandra and Ray Evans with their 1961 Bluebire Wren Continental caravan
Visitors enjoy the sights at the 45th Annual Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza