Hundreds of petrolheads decended on Stonham Barns at the weekend for the third annual Hotrod and Kustom Kulture Spring Break car show.
The event, from Friday to Sunday, saw a host of vintage, custom and modified cars and entertainment fill the showground including local rock and roll bands, burlesque, a ‘show and shine’ car show and a Landrover Discovery 4x4 team.
Event organiser Brett Hawksbee said more than a thousand people attended the event over the weekend.
He said: “This is the third year of the event and the first time the weather has been half decent.
“The main interest of the show is anything around the 1940s and 50s both on this side of the pond and the US.
“We had just under 180 entrants in the show and shine itself which was great.
“The main point of the event is as a celebration of that period of time - the music, the clothes, the vehicles.
“It was very well supported this year and we’re looking forward to coming back next year.”
Stonham Barns events co-ordinator, Adam Thompson, said: “On Saturday night we had a rock and roll night with professional dancers - people didn’t want to go home at the end, they would have carried on all night if we’d let them.
“And Sunday was brilliant, there was a really good vibe to the day.”