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Louth Classic Car Show motors into town

Cliff Goldsworth with a 1953 Morris Oxford.

Cliff Goldsworth with a 1953 Morris Oxford.

Louth’s annual Classic Car Show revved up a gear on Sunday following another successful event with more than 1,000 spectators attending and 140 cars on show.

The event was held at the show ground in Deighton Close Field and car enthusiasts flooded Louth’s market place to watch the drivers set-off on a run through the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Louth is considered to home one of the oldest motor clubs in the UK, so there’s no surprise that such an event generates such great local interest.

A big thank you goes out to all who came along to the event, all of the car owners for entering the show, not 
to mention all of the stall holders who supported the event and the shows organisers for putting on such a great show.

 

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