By Richard Wright
Monday, September 16, 2013
Kevin Saville with his 1934 Royal Mail van at the International Charity Classic Car Extravaganza at Ryde. Picture by LAURA HOLME
HUNDREDS of vehicles were bumper-to-bumper for the 12th International Charity Classic Car Extravaganza.
Cars and motorcycles congregated at Newport Quay on Saturday while the following day centred on North Walk at Ryde, where they were seen by thousands of people before the torrential rain and high winds took hold.
The show was free but people were encouraged to make a donation to benefit St Catherine’s School, Ventnor, and the Earl Mountbatten Hospice.
This year, there were prizes for the best and most unusual vehicles.
For a full report and pictures, see Friday's County Press.
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by Stephen Elliott
17th September 2013, at 08:02:39
That's a great image to sell this occasion.
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