Parade of classic cars marks Queen's 90th birthday



Prince Michael of Kent was in the driving seat as he toured a string of 90 classic British-built cars marking the Queen's 90th birthday.
The vehicles formed rows in the courtyard of Buckingham Palace with the first - a Bullnose Morris Oxford built in 1926 - the year of the monarch's birth.
The prince inspected the vehicles and met drivers dressed in traditional costumes from the period of their cars - giving a full snapshot of nine decades of motoring progress.
Highlights included a £5 million Ford GT40, a Bentley Continental GT, a Back To The Future-style DeLorean as well as what was... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
Source: Belper News
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