More than 200 cars made the 16 June Breakfast Club meeting at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb in Worcestershire a record breaker.
Midland Automobile Club commercial manager Mark Constanduros said: “We are delighted that this very social monthly meeting has become such a success and that many new faces are turning up, not only to look at the wonderful array of cars on show, but also to meet up with like-minded motoring enthusiasts.
“We had Hot Rods, Street racers, classic saloon and sports cars, several supercars including Porsche, Ferrari and Aston Martin, plus Jaguar UK brought along its new F-Type, which also created a lot of interest."
Classics that made it to the event included numerous Porsche 911s, TVRs – including a Griffith and a Tuscan – a Jaguar E Type, Ferrari 355 and a Triumph TR6.
The next Breakfast Club meeting will be on 14 July, while the Classic Nostalgia meeting that will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mini Cooper ‘S’, is scheduled for 27-28 July.
Find out more on the Shelsley Walsh website.