This weekend, we braved the M25 at rush hour and headed down to the ExCeL for this year's London Classic Car Show. Expecting a wide array of priceless classics, incredibly specced one-offs and the latest Supercars, we definitely weren't left disappointed.
The event had over 250 exhibitors over the 4 day run, including some of London's best known dealers in classics and Supercars and tuning and design houses - putting a personal touch on many iconic cars.
We were lucky enough to see some fantastic cars - including the Lamborghini Miura from the Italian Job, a striking blue Ferrari F40 and a stunning 1932 Bugatti Type 46. Here are our Top 5 favourite spots from the weekend.
The incredible 1992 Ferrari F40 in this dream spec, still a beautiful looking car over 20 years on.
The iconic Group B Rally Car by Audi - the S1 Quattro. This thing was extremely loud and lit up the exhibition hall.
How could we forget one of Britain's most iconic vehicles? This is one of the last Defenders off the production line.
Considered more as a work of art than an automobile, this '31 Bugatti is a tribute to original automotive design.
And finally, fetch the driving gloves for some Alpine driving - it's the Italian Job Lamborghini Miura.
Photos from TopGear.com / JWH Classics