It was a roaring success as hundreds turned out for what was a relaxing family day showcasing motoring excellence down through the years, including vintage, classic, rally, performance, and speciality.
The event also supported three groups this year – the NI Air Ambulance, Lough Neagh Rescue and Angel Eyes.
Check out the photos from the event below:
The American Mustang Club NI as ever with a fine show
Two founder members and stalwarts of Armagh Lions Club Malcolm Dawson and Bob Scott who are celebrating 20 years of service
Two of the many marvellous Minis on display
Little Albie Bloomer makes friends with Rosie, who enjoys a nose rub!
Overall Best Car in Show, organised courtesy of JPCC, went to Jim Hutchinson and his stunning Mark 1 Ford Escort
Making their debut with Armagh Lions were NI Lawnmower Racing Association, whose fast-paced action kept crowds entertained
Classic showing from the Austin Healey Club
Barry Scott (standing) and Christopher Scott (in cab) who hosted their Digger Challenge which saw some great examples of precision skills
A superb example of one of a 1960’s Royal Mail van complete with original livery
A pristine example of the classic Mark II Ford Escort
Paddy O’Kane is his 1960 United States Army jeep
The NI Fire & Rescue Service crew who provided a demonstration of the new protocol for attending road traffic collisions, which focusing on cutting back obstruction to create space, allow paramedics to access and stabilise casualties in the vehicle before they are extracted and transferred from the scene for treatment.