ONE man's junk is another man's treasure and that was certainly the case at the Huddersfield Auto Jumble.

More than 100 stall holders selling everything for classic cars and bikes from trims for Triumph to headlights for Harleys gathered at the Old Market Building, in Brook Street, on Sunday.

Crowds hoping to find a bargain flocked to the event, organised by Penny Farthing Fairs, based in Derbyshire.

Raymond Cope, from Brighouse, said he was impressed at the amount of items available.

"I used to have a classic car many years ago but now I really just come to these things out of interest," he said.

"I used to love getting all the bits together for it. I am half tempted after coming today to get another one and do it up."

The next auto jumble takes place at the same venue on February 20.