Dozens of people turned out to admire a variety of motors at a classic car show.

Friends of Barnet Market and Saunders Ltd organised the Barnet Market Classic Car Show, which took place on Saturday.

Chris Nightingale, chairman of the Friends of Barnet Market, said: "What really surprised me was the amount of people who turned up. It went very well, there was a good local music group, and great classic cars."

MP Theresa Villiers attended the event and was spotted admiring some of the model cars, which spanned six decades of motoring history with famous names such as Bentley, Triumph, Morris and Mini Cooper.

There was also a long Aston Martin Lagonda provided by Studio434 from Potters Bar, a small three-wheeled Morgan and a shining Vincent motorcycle and sidecar.   

Barnet based folk and pop band Horizon also performed at the event.

The Friends of Barnet Market hopes to repeat the show on a larger scale next year.