King’s Lynn Classic Car Day will return to the Tuesday Market Place on September 13.
Last year’s inaugural event attracted more than 200 exhibitors and saw vehicles which included a Model T Ford, E-type Jaguar and Ford Mustang on display alongside the Cooper Car – the only surviving example of six cars made at the Cooper factory in Lynn in the early 1900s.
The classic car day will coincide with Heritage Open Day, where people can look inside some of the town’s buildings which are not usually open to the public.
The air raid shelter beneath the Tuesday Market Place will be open again for the event.
To mark the launch of the car show, West Norfolk Mayor, Colin Manning, Chris Crofts, the councillor who instigated the car day, and other borough councillors were joined by Paul Thurtell and his 1968 Daimler V8 250. This car was voted Best in Show last year. To register to show your vehicle visit: www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/classiccarday. Only pre-booked exhibitors will be allowed on the day.