After a miserable start on Saturday, we ventured down into Bradford for the annual Bradford Classic, a display of old and modern day classics (in some people opinion) held over two days in Centeneray Square.
Featuring a host of regulars from years gone by and a few new faces also.
Taking pride of place at the doors to City Hall and surrounded by a velvet rope, a Subarau Impreza WRC Colin McRae 555.
Flanked by a number of Rolls Royce to one side, and Knight Rider’s Kitt to the other.
The variety of cars was certainly diverse, also featuring a rally spec mini, a silvia engined Scimitar and a Chevrolet Impala.
You can’t knock the people for trying and teamed up with the market that had appeared through the streets of Bradford, it wasn’t a bad break from an average Sunday afternoon.
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