Vehicles of years gone by were put on show filling Saturday Market and stretching right up along Toll Gavel. Many visitors to event saying they had not seen such big crowds.
The Beverley Classic Car Rally took place this week and as ever proved popular with plenty of people heading into Beverley to view the vehicles on show.
One of one of Beverley’s most popular events the Beverley Classic Car Rally that will be coming to town the evening of 24 June.
Organisers of the Beverley Classic Car Show say it is set to be the biggest one ever after setting a new record for the number of entries.
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The Beverley Classic Car Rally was held this week and due to the maintenance work being carried out in Saturday Market it was switched to the car park in School Lane.
Mark Clayton manager of The Grapes in Beverley has said the relocation of the Beverley Classic Car Rally this year will impact massively on his business.
The Beverley Classic Car Show will be relocated while the ongoing maintenance work is completed in the centre of Beverley.
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Thousands of people piled into Beverley for second time in as many days as the Beverley Classic Car Show rolled into town. In the streets by the Market Cross, Saturday Market and all the way up through Toll Gavel
Alan, 74 and from North Ferriby, was among hundreds of car owners exhibiting their pride and joy at Beverley’s Classic Car Rally on Wednesday.
Small can be beautiful, especially when it comes to cars. While crowds at last week’s Beverley Classic Car Rally flocked to the Rolls Royces and Jaguars, the people really in the know about cars sought out the real gems of the show. And nothing shone out more than Mark Fisher’s 1961 300cc BMW Isetta. This legendary bubble car – front opening and unrelentingly romantic – could almost have been lost…
“It’s not alive if it’s not dripping.” That’s how Steve Rial, the head maintenance man at Beverley Minster, described his British classic 1969 BSA Starfire at Wednesday’s Beverley Classic Car Rally. Steve has owned his BSA since 1984, riding it all over the place and keeping it in pristine condition thanks to the efforts of the men at RM Motorcycles on Flemingate. He told HU17.net: “In its day this was…