Thousands of people descended on Weston Park for the venue’s annual transport show.
The two-day event saw big-name cars from yesteryear such as Jaguars, Jeeps, Cadillacs and Corvettes on show along with several displays of vintage motorbikes.
People were taking selfies next to a replica of the famous Ghostbusters car – there to mark the 30th anniversary of the film’s release this year – as well as a 35ft inflatable Stay Puff Marshmallow Man.
Visitors were able to soak up the sunshine in the 1,000 acres of parkland on Easter Sunday and yesterday to enjoy the transport show.
It is the 28th year the show, regarded as the first major outdoor classic motoring event of the year, has been held. Organisers said there were about 1,200 exhibits on display.
Vehicles of all descriptions dating from as far back as the 1920s were taken along to the event. They included vintage, classic and sports cars, custom kit cars and American cars.