More than 4,000 petrol heads roared into town for the annual Doncaster Classic Car and Bike Show.
Motoring enthusiasts young and old rolled into the grounds of Doncaster Deaf Trust for the spectacular which featured more than 800 vehicles from across 100 years of automobilia.
And organisers are celebrating after describing this year’s gathering as ‘the biggest and best yet’.
Nigel Thorley, event spokesman, said: “We had a wonderful day, it went fantastically well and we were incredibly happy with the turn-out.
“This is the ninth year we have hosted the show and the response was the best we have ever had.”
The six-and-a-half hour spectacular featured hundreds of vehicles, the oldest dating from 1916 and right up to date with a Lamborghini which drew gasps from younger visitors.
There were hundreds of classic and modern cars, commercial vehicles and bikes on show as well as scores of other entertainments and attractions.
A Star Wars costume group was present, while the Memphis Cruisers rockabilly band and an Abba tribute provided musical entertainment in the summer sunshine.
However, a planned RAF memorial flypast had to be cancelled due to technical problems – but it could not dampen spirits.
Mr Thorley said: “We are already planning for next year and are hoping to make the event even bigger than this year.
“We’d just like to say a big thank you to all those who attended.”
He said that, since the show began, more than £55,000 has been raised for good causes with the Traditional Car Club of Doncaster joining forces with the Rotary Club of Doncaster St George’s to help provide financial grants to local organisations and groups in need.
* A £100 cash prize for the holder of a lucky prize draw programme has not been claimed. The holder of programme number 1947 can contact Mr Thorley on 01302 771818 to claim their prize.