The Torque office is full of passionate car enthusiasts, and on the weekends Torque’s Account Executive, Tom Bromley, enjoys nothing more than attending car shows around the country.

This weekend saw Tom attend a popular classic car show at Bicester Heritage Centre – The Sunday Scramble. Such was the diversity of machinery on display, Tom has shared his six top finds from the weekend.

A Cobra suspended above an E Type   

Situated on a preserved World World Two RAF bomber station, the Bicester Heritage Centre was established to create the first business campus dedicated to historic motoring. The Sunday morning show allows you to immerse yourself within the eclectic mix of specialist businesses that call the site home.

Ferrari F355 Berlinetta

Everyone loves a red Ferrari, and for me they don’t get any more beautiful than a Ferrari F355 Berlinetta. It’s the first pranching horse I saw on the road as a young boy, and this example finished in Rosso Corsa looks immaculate.

Aston Martin DB6

The ultimate gentleman’s cruiser, the DB6 is the culmination of David Brown’s design philosophy which began with the DB4, it is regarded by many as the pinnacle in Aston Martin design, and I can understand why.

Classic Minis delight

Arguably the most iconic and quintessentially British automobile of all time, the classic Mini is one of the most recognisable and forward-thinking cars of the 20th century.

The original Porsche 911

Classic Porsches flocked to the event in their masses, with this pair of early 911s catching my eye thanks to their contrasting colours and perfectly proportioned lines.

Lincoln meets old VW bus 

From American classics, beat-up old vans, to Italian exotics, a wide variety of cars attend the Sunday Scramble, and that is what makes the show so special. It brings people together from all ages and backgrounds to share their experiences with strangers over their common love for cars.

This story was written by automotive PR specialists Torque Agency Group.