Bugatti Grand Prix cars and 100 years of Aston Martin were celebrated at the 20th InterClassics & TopMobiel show at Maastricht’s, Netherlands, from 11-13 January.
A 1923 streamlined T32 Tank and a 1925 T13 Brescia were the highlights of the 11-car Bugatti display.
The Houtkamp Collection brought with it a 1952 Aston Martin DB2, while The Gallery showed a one-off 1939 Aston Martin 15/98.
The publicity surrounding the new Bond film – Skyfall – meant an Aston Martin DB5 from the Louwman Collection was, unsurprisingly, a people's favourite.
An ex-Robert Redford 1986 wide-body Porsche 911 Cabriolet with a tan leather interior and a barnfind 1953 Pininfarina–styled Nash-Healey (one of just 150 built) were the highlights of the show’s ‘cars for sale’ section.