May bank holiday saw the return of Gemini's Motor Show at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, for two-days of motoring action. Up to 1,500 vehicles spanning 70 years of motoring were on display over the two days.
The Motor Show featured two, four, six and even eight-wheelers from the 1920s right through to the 1990s. Great classic American cars lined-up alongside commercial vehicles of the past and an array of motorcycles in the stunning grounds of Ragley Hall.
Expect fantastic club displays from the likes of Jaguar, Mercedes Benz, BMW and Lotus, with different clubs attending each day to provide a glorious mix – such as the Rolls Royce Enthusiast Club, with a great selection of the iconic model on Sunday.
Local manufacturing was celebrated with the attendance of the Austin 10 Drivers Club and Metropolitan Owners Club, both made locally at the Longbridge plant. Royal Enfield’s from the old to the new were displayed on Sunday by The Royal Enfield Owners Club.
The interactive Live Arena brought motoring to life with parades throughout the day giving visitors the chance to get involved by choosing the loudest motor each day in the ‘Decibel Duel’, along with the Daily Driver and Pride of Ownership competition.