Classic cars, bikes and scooters will be on display on The Moor in Sheffield city centre on Sunday for the annual ‘Classics on The Moor’ event.
A display of over 100 local vehicles – from vintage models to modern classics – will be taking centre stage between 11am and 4pm.
The display includes an Austin A30 original, registered in Sheffield in 1956, a Ginetta G32 – one of only 126 ever made – and a Delorean, the car made famous by Marty McFly and Doc Brown in 1985 film Back to the Future.
Sandra Barley, centre liaison manager for The Moor, said: “Classics on The Moor has become a successful event for us.
“From top to bottom, The Moor will have beautifully preserved and cared-for classics and modern vehicles for both enthusiasts and passers-by to admire.
“This is the seventh time we have hosted such an event that grows every year – there aren’t many places in a city centre that people can have the chance to see some very old and very rare cars, bikes and scooters.”
n Visit www.moorsheffield.com for more information.