The Vickers Supermarine Spitfire Mk V ready for take off. Owned and maintained by the Historic Aircraft Collection.
Aston Martin is synonymous with luxury and the great David Brown developed the distinctive marque that still bares his initials today. The DB6 was the more powerful and refined successor to the iconic DB5 of course made famous by James Bond. Her 6 cylinder, 4 litre engine pushes out 282 bhp reaching a top speed in excess of 150 mph. This 1969 model was shot in a private collection.
A perfect example of the Norton Commando 750 Norvil 7 held in a private collection.
Firing the camera at the magic moment.
The Red Arrows in formation at The War & Peace Show, Paddock Wood, Kent.
BSA Lightning outside the site of Kent's oldest garage in The Street, Mereworth.
Close up detail of the front end of this beautifully immaculate 1956 Buick Century, 4-Dorrars Sedan offset with pristine white walled tyres with red detailing. This was the first time the distinctive “VentiPorts” appeared on the Century just behind the front wheel arch. Every last detail of this car has been restored even down to the authentic dice dust caps.
Hawker Hurricane P3700 stunning the crowds one more time at the Old Hay Boogie, Paddock Wood. Owned and maintained by the Historic Aircraft Collection.
One of the most beautiful cars in the world.
Malcolm Campbell's 1937 K3 Bluebird on Bewl Water.
Thirteen Spitfires in formation at Duxford Air Show.
A modern classic before the dawn at The Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Overhead 'Office Shot' from Cad East of Hawk T2 jet flying through The Mach Loop.
Post War Classic.
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