Bicester Heritage hits top gear with the biggest Sunday Scramble this year.
A whopping 5,500 visitors attended the showcase of spectacular vintage, classic, modern and racing cars.
The former RAF Bicester hosted the popular event which now has an incredible array of cars, making it the largest October event yet.
A heady mix of automotive excellence from the likes of the latest Porsche 911 GT2 RS, a stunning original pre-war Rolls-Royce Phantom I and everything in between was on display for visitors to admire.
An instant fan favourite from the event came in the form of the Dick Lovett Cylinder Club, which took over Hangar 113 with more than 100 supercars and modern classics.
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The specialists of Bicester Heritage also put on a fantastic show, presenting a range of vehicles from their stunning collections and some of their latest workmanship.
Robert Glover Ltd and Kingsbury Racing displayed a breath-taking line-up of some of their favourite Vauxhalls, Talbots and Bentleys outside their showrooms, while Pendine Historics showcased a sublime Sebring-winning Group C Nissan NPT-90 within its patinated ‘Blast House’ showroom.
The Sunday Scramble has become a must-see event, giving enthusiasts a chance to come together and share their passion. With over 40 specialists on site, across a plethora of workshops, showrooms and buildings, it was no wonder that enthusiasts and visitors were charmed throughout the entirety of Sunday’s show.
The next ‘Scramble’ will be the intrepid ‘season opener’ at the start of 2019, which challenges all avid enthusiasts to kick the year off in style with a jaunt to Bicester Heritage in the depths of winter on the 6th January, 2019.