The event was held on Sunday (June 4) at Deighton Close fields in Louth.
Beautiful cars of all shapes and sizes were driven on the grass as the sun beamed down on them in all their glory.
The car show was organised by Paul Zukowskyj and family, as well as the Louth and District Lions.
Neil Thompson of Woldside Classic and Sports Car based in Louth won the Car of the Show with his Mercedes Roadster. Les Gobbett won Bike of the Show with his Raleigh Runabout.
All funds that are raised from the event go towards a number of local charities.
Paul Zukowskyj and his family have run the event with the Lions for the last five years. But this annual event has been announced as their last, with the Louth and District Lions solely organising the car show from next year onwards.
Paul Zukowskyj and family would like to thank all of the classic car owners for their support over the last five years.
And they add that they wish the Louth and District Lions all the success for next year as they take on the event on their own.
A big thank you also goes out to everyone who took part in the show and attended on the day.