A giant retro classic vehicle show will roll into Huddersfield next month.
And the personal bike collection of Huddersfield professional motorcyclist Jamie Whitham will be amongst those going on show at Crosland Moor Airfield off Blackmoorfoot Road on September 25.
Whitham, who operates the airfield as well as being a TV commentator and track trainer, is one of the big draws to the event, the first to be organised by retro vehicle lovers’ club Northern Retro.
Ferraris, a display by Italia Autosport, fire engines, trucks and American models are also some of the 300 plus vehicles dating back from the early 1900s expected on the day, which will run from 10am.
Awards will be given for the top 10 best vehicles.
The club is hosting the event due to the success of its club, which was set up recently to allow enthusiasts to share their love for the vehicles.
One of the founders, Nick Lawton, said: “We’ve already held six meets throughout the year and our club is going from strength to strength.
“It will hopefully be a runway full of the maddest retro vehicles you can lay your eyes on.
“A lot of local people, clubs, garages and shops are getting involved too.”
Money raised through a raffle and auction will be split between Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice and Macmillan cancer support.
Children’s entertainment, food and drink stalls and a DJ set by The Colne Valley Funk and Soul Club will also be available.
Whitham, 49, won British Championships and competed in international Grand Prixs and TTs.
Entry will be £5 per adult, including those wanting to display vehicles.
Children and pensioners will go free.
To find out more about the club’s meets, go to www.thenorthernretro.club