The finest rare vehicles and a couple of custom cars and choppers were pulled into the 15th annual Classic Car and Bike Show at the Timour Hall Villa in Plumstead. The KFM Crew jumped on board to check out some classical beauties!
This year’s event showcases modern classics, such as hot rods, street rods, modified and custom vehicles along with race cars and motorcycles. Fans can ogle a range of vintage cars, some dating back to the 1800s.
This event has a worthy cause too; it’s also a charity fundraiser that supports the international non-profit organisation the International Police Association (IPA) and another chosen organisation for that year!
The Classic Car and Bike Show has something for everyone! The KFM Crew's favourite was the pump car, dating back to 1956. Imagine life without an automatic engine? Before jumping into your car, you would need to pump the engine first!
Interesting history learnt from 'The Heritage Group' at the car show. The Crew were lucky enough to find out secrets about World War 2. This soldier named Gerret spoke about the 'secret mobile', where army members would sit in the vehicle and try and spy on other troops. Conversations were picked up by the huge antennas from the vehicle, and the army would be able to find their opponents locations.
The show is on till 4pm today, you still have time to pop in!