This year’s OhSoRetro show in Palm Bay proved to be the biggest in the event’s nine year history.
The retro and vintage vehicle event, which also included stalls, music and entertainment, had “more cars, more bikes and more people” than ever, said organiser Lee Collier.
He said: “This year I think we really pushed it up another level. A big thank you must go to my marshals, my volunteers, my friends. They worked tirelessly all weekend.”
Visitors at yesterday’s (September 25) event enjoyed more than 1,500 classic and retro vehicles on show as well as 50 club stands and some 20 show and shine awards plus trade and autojumble, live music and entertainment.
Since it was first launched in 2014 by VW enthusiast Lee Collier the show has grown in strength, attracting thousands of people to view the vehicles and enjoy the family fun.