This summer saw a wealth of classic cars and their proud owners take to the streets of the beautiful?inland town of Coin.
Almost 40 classics, including a?Nick's bull-nosed Morris from 1925, known as "Horace"?formed a procession through?the?back streets?of the old town, escorted by the local police.??
The sound of hooting horns filled the air for much of the rally whilst residents and passers by cheered and showed appreciation for the amazing collection of automobiles.
The event was organised by members of the SOL Classic Car Club and featured a competition called the Concours d'Elegance, in which nine classics entered and were given an intense technical?inspection by a Technical Consultant.
Each of the entrants were awarded with commemorative medals but the winner, a pristine black 1970 TR6,?really managed to wow the judges, thanks to its?exceptional presentation. Proud owners, ?Barbara and Manfred had been polishing?the motor?inside and out for several weeks prior to the event. The runners up included a bright red 1957 Austin Healey and a 1962 gun metal grey E-Type Jaguar.
As well as the exceptional range and quality of cars on show, the rally was provided with music from Alhaurin el Grande's local radio station, Heart FM from the bandstand and also conducted a numver of live interviews with the car owners and spectators.