Thousands of residents and visitors gathered in Wilmslow town centre today to view dozens of high-end luxury vehicles, chat to the dealers and soak up the fantastic atmosphere.
Now in its second year, the Wilmslow Motor Show was organised by Steve Kennedy (owner of MailBoxes Etc) along with members of Wilmslow Business Group and proved another huge success - attracting families as well as petrol heads.
Highlights of the day included the super car parade, which completed two circuits of the town centre, and professional racing car driver Oliver Webb who brought along three BAC Mono super cars which are made locally in Holmes Chapel.
Oliver Webb, who competes in the Worldseries competition and The Indy Lights championship in America, told wilmslow.co.uk "Another great year at the Wilmslow Motorshow! Beautiful weather meant crowds of over 30,000 in our little local town, amazing! It was great to have the police help us make some smoke and drifts for the crowds today.
"It's nice to have an event that is local yet still so well supported, no flights or long travel to this one, always an event I look forward to each year as everyone gets behind it."
Amongst the new exhibitors were Morgan, Lotus, Ginetta and Ducati motorbikes and Royles Jaguar brought along Team Sky's official support vehicle (the Jaguar XF Sportbrake) along with one of Bradley Wiggins' bikes.
Visitors were also offered the opportunity to have a ride around the streets of Wilmslow in a super car, in return for a donation, which raised over £2,300 for The Childrens' Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT) which provides holidays and activities for terminally ill, chronically sick, disabled and disadvantaged children.
Visitors and business owners took to Twitter to express their views on the day.
Tate Jones, owner of the Goal Post said "We wish we could bottle today! Thanks to the punters & to the organizers of the Wilmslow Motor Show. What a great day in a fab town!"
Willow Tree Bears tweeted "Amazing atmosphere and footfall in Wilmslow today" and Coach and Four commented "Lovely to see the town centre packed it's a fantastic atmosphere out there".
Gary Chaplin said "Brilliant again, even better than last year. Well done."
We will be updating this article as we receive more information from the organisers.
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Photo: Organiser Steve Kennedy and Andrew Broomhead, Managing Director of Royles Jaguar. The following eleven photos are courtesy of Brian at Inspiration Photography.
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