A host of classic cars gathered at the New Inn in Norton Lindsey earlier this month as Warwickshire’s first community pub celebrated the motorcar.
Around 64 vehicles took part in the display in the pub car park and on the roadside.
A barbeque and children’s activities were also put on as revellers enjoyed the good weather.
Rob Brook, chairman of the Norton Lindsey Community Pub Committee, said: “There were certainly more cars than we expected, everything from an Austin Metro to an Aston Martin DB4.
“We had a BMW 2002, two Austin 7s and even a 1921 Bentley. It was a really fun family friendly day and we’re certainly looking to do it again.”