Louth Classic Car Show gets big turn out

A sunny Sunday meant that hundreds came to Louth's annual classic car show, ensuring its biggest turnout of cars to date.

Overall winner Peter Ingall (left) with car show organiser Paul Zukowskyj.

Car owners initially filled the Market Place to show off their fine machines, which is always a big crowd pleaser.

This was followed by a run around the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds before finishing at Deighton Close fields, where the annual show takes place.

The overall winner of this year’s show was Peter Ingall in his 1928 Lincoln Model (L).

Louth Classic Car Show 2016, entrants setting off on the Wolds run from Louth Town Centre.

Show organiser Paul Zukowskyj and his family worked extremely hard to put this year’s festivities together and they could not have asked for better weather.

There was even a flypast from a Spitfire to keep car lovers entertained.

Mr Zukowskyj thanked everyone who helped to make the event a success and to all those who turned out to support it on the day.

Louth Classic Car Show 2016, entrants setting off on the Wolds run from Louth Town Centre.
Just another of the classic vehicles heading off to the show.
Louth Classic Car Show 2016, entrants setting off on the Wolds run from Louth Town Centre.
Louth Classic Car Show 2016, entrants setting off on the Wolds run from Louth Town Centre.
Just another of the classic vehicles heading off to the show.