Classic car day in Lowestoft
Classic and elegant looking cars took over Lowestoft town centre at the weekend.
More than 20 vehicles, ranging from Mercedes, Triumphs, Morris Minors, Sprites and Ford Cortinas, parked up in London Road North between 10am and 4pm on Saturday.
The classic car day was organised by the Lowestoft Classic Vehicle Club and Steven Saunders of Elephant interiors.
As well as letting club members show of their prides and joys the event was organised to help attract more people to the High Street area.
Mr Saunders said: 'Huge numbers of people were present and found the display interesting and informative with all the owners keen to tell all about their particular car.
'A great day was had by all and best of all the weather stayed fine.
'Due to the success of the day we plan to do another classic car day in spring 2013.'
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