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Alan Smith and his TVR Sagaris, the last model to be built in Blackpool.

Alan Smith and his TVR Sagaris, the last model to be built in Blackpool.

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CARS of the past and present lined the streets of Cleveleys to celebrate the town’s car festival.

Visitors flocked to see more than 150 vehicles of all shapes and sizes line the streets, with the event proving hugely popular.

The Cleveleys Classic Vehicle Show on Victoria Road West and promenade.

The Cleveleys Classic Vehicle Show on Victoria Road West and promenade.

Event organiser Paul Wilcock said: “We are absolutely delighted at the turnout. The cars look fantastic and are a treat on the eye.

“Visitor numbers have been great and we have had good feedback from cafes that are over the moon with the increase in business.”

The car show, held across Victoria Road West and Thornton’s new Promenade, was supported by Thornton Cleveleys Association of Commerce and Trade and UK Wheels.com.

Paul added: “The cars have proved really popular. We’ve had a 1925 Chevrolet, a visit from the TVR club with their collection of cars and it’s been a great day for everyone.”

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