EXPECT lots of stunning cars on display at the Isle of Wight International Charity Classic Car Extravaganza next month.

There will be vehicles from all eras at the show on September 11 and 12, from cars your grandparents or mum and dad drove, right up to more modern custom cars.

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Dave Newman will be bringing his 1937 Rover 10, which he purchased in 2005.

He said: “It was already a hot rod and I decided to update and restore it — still as a hot rod.”

Isle of Wight County Press: Dave Newman's 1937 Rover 10 in hot rod guise.

Dave Newman's 1937 Rover 10 in hot rod guise.

It has a Daimler Majestic Major engine adapted to a hybrid Jaguar/Range Rover/BMW overdrive automatic transmission with a Volvo rear axle, plus a Vauxhall Firenze front suspension with upgraded springs and brakes.

The engine is fitted with four Stromberg 97 carburettors on a homemade manifold and linkage.

Graham Fawcett and Joann Rothera from West Yorkshire visited the show for the first time in 2019 and they are intending to come again this year.

They own two interesting cars — a 1954 Chevrolet 3100 and a 1984 p100 pick-up truck — but they have not decided which vehicle they will be bringing yet.

Isle of Wight County Press: Graham Fawcett's 1954 Chevrolet 3100.

The 1954 Chevrolet 3100.

Alix Stella is also intending to exhibit at this year’s extravaganza.

Alix has owned a 1967 first generation Dodge Charger Fastback for the past six years and will be bringing this to the show.

Richard Guy is intending to visit the show with his pair of 1954 Sunbeam Alpines and there are many, many more car-owners looking forward to taking part in the extravaganza.

This year’s event will mark 20 years since the show started and in that time it has raised thousands of pounds for Island charities.

The extravaganza will once again be supporting the Isle of Wight Round Table and Mountbatten.

The 2021 show is scheduled to go ahead on September 11 and 12 and the major change this year is that the cars will be at Ryde Esplanade on both days — owning to the fact the Isle of Wight Festival will be setting up in Newport at the same time, ready for its opening the following week.

Last year’s classic car show was sadly unable to go ahead due to the coronavirus pandemic, so organiser Vic Gallucci is doubly keen to ensure this year’s event has an extra-special range of vehicles on display.

He is also keen to reassure people that the show will be as Covid-safe as possible and obviously he reserves the right to cancel the show at short notice if the Covid-19 restrictions change.

Vic said the extravaganza is now fully booked for display vehicles.

He asks that if there are any exhibitors who are already booked in and then find they are unable to attend, please could they contact him so he can re-distribute their space.

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