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The mayor of Oakham was among visitors to a car show at Rutland Showground over the weekend.

The National Street Rod Association hosted the show from Friday to Sunday featuring pre-1972 hot rod and custom cars.

Mayor of Oakham Sally-Anne Wadsworth was invited to attend and select her favourite from all the cars assembled on the show field.

The car show was held at Rutland Showground over the weekend
The car show was held at Rutland Showground over the weekend

She chose the Ford F2 pick-up truck, which had been brought to the show by Clay Kinsell, describing it as “most unusual”. Mr Kinsell was delighted to receive the award.

This year marked the association’s return after a gap due to Covid-19 and despite the rain on Saturday, all had a good time.

It was particularly special because this year also marks the National Street Rod Association’s 50th anniversary and a fun run had been held every year from then up until covid forced its cancellation in 2020.

The National Street Rod Association show in Oakham
The National Street Rod Association show in Oakham
This year marks the National Street Rod Association’s 50th anniversary
This year marks the National Street Rod Association’s 50th anniversary
The show attracted visitors to Oakham Showground
The show attracted visitors to Oakham Showground

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