Chesterfield Motor Fest pulls crowds to town centre - in pictures

Chesterfield town centre was a hive of activity on Sunday as eye-catching vehicles roared in for the annual Motor Fest.

Monday, 19th August 2019, 12:22 pm
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Our photographer Eric Gregory was there to take these pictures.

Paul Gill drove a Sinclair C5 to the festival. Admiring it are Emma Smith, Paul Raynor and Brad Raynor. Pictures by Eric Gregory.
Jaquie Ward has a treat as she sits on Mike Shallcross's Rewaco trike.

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A portrait of David Jason has been painted on the bonnet of this car. Ted Wright looks at it.
Alasdair Worsley chats to Lord John Brackley about Alasdair's 1927 Renault.
Nick Briton blacks the wheels of this Aston Martin.
Some of the many cars on display.
Steve and Hillary Swincoe admire this old Ford van.
Kayleigh Naughton and Ben Norman look at this highly polished funny cars engine.
An American Ford van was at the show with a display of American signage.
A couple of American black and whites were at the show.
There was a fine display of scooters at the show.
Paul Ridal looks into the cockpit of this Morgan.
Visitors were encoraged to chalk on this old VW Beetle. Zack Barden took up the chalk to make his marks on the car.
Ian Bridges, right, the owner of these two bikes, chats to Phil Johnson and Edwin Sargent.
John Teasdale, also known as Batman, brought along the Batmobile.
An old VW camper van at the show.
Stuart Dixon chats to Sue Ellis about the Jag he brought to the show.
Peaky Blinders' lookalike Linda Lou stands on the step of this Willys-Knight car.
Mick Brennan takes a picture of this Rolls Royce.
Josh Barker polishes the body of this Mini Cooper.
Dontae Tann rides a mini blood bike.
Paul Hodgkinson chats to Phillip Hall about Paul's Super Sprite.
A Lancia HF at the show.
A vintage Royal Mail motor. Picture by Adam Ward.
A Shelby Mustang. Picture by Adam Ward.
A classic Fiat 500. Picture by Adam Ward.
A Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Picture by Adam Ward.
A mk 3 Ford Cortina 1600E. Picture by Adam Ward.