Classic car owners showed off their wheels at a legendary biker café.

Harrow Car Club hosted the event on Wednesday (July 24), where a fleet of classics between 1944 and 1994 gathered outside.

Around 50 people attended the event at the venue, off the North Circular Road, which included an Aston Martin DB4 and Sierra XR4i.

Roger Sharpe, 67, from Kings Langley, took his 1985 Mercedes 280 SL.

He said: “I brought the car from a lovely gentleman and cleaned it up.

“It was an honour to show off the car at this prestigious event.”

David Brodie, a successful racer in the late 1960s and early 70s in his famous Run-Baby-Run Mk1 Escort, was a special guest at the event.

The cars were judged by Chris Marshall, who works for HandH Classic Auctions, and Mike Wheeler, a Ferrari dealer and connoisseur.

A Lotus Carlton was deemed to be the car the judges liked most.

Harrow Car Club is based in and around North West London and meets on the second Tuesday of the month at the Ace Café.