Letchworth Garden City Classic and Vintage Car Club put their motors on display for Drive it Day
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The Letchworth Garden City Classic and Vintage Car Club put their motors on display on Sunday as part of a nationwide celebration of the movement.
Classic cars were all the rage in Letchworth’s Arena Parade car park for Drive it Day, as automobiles ranging from a 1920s Austin to a modern day Aston Martin lined up in formation.
Members of the club were on hand to speak to passers by – many of whom stopped to pay homage to the gleaming paintwork of the array of parked cars.
The group then made their way to Anglesey Abbey, near Cambridge.
Club chairman Nick Salmon said: “Drive it Day is all about showing the public the quantity of classic cars still on the road and to draw attention to the value to the economy of the industries that support the movement.
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“It’s also a jolly good excuse to have fun with our cars.”
The car club meets on the first Monday of each month at the Rising Sun pub in Halls Green.
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You can find more information online at www.lgccvcc.co.uk.