A sea of expensive motors took over the car park of Jenner’s Riverside Café on Sunday as members of a branch of the Aston Martin Owners Club hosted one of its meet-ups.
From 10am a collection of cars were on display at the café in Ray Mead Road and visitors were able to admire the motors or have a chat with some of the owners.
One of them was 71-year-old Roger Carey, who had brought along his 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark 3, which he is about to have flown out for a 10,000-mile trip across America.
The Chalfont St Giles resident said: “It is great to educate and teach people about the beauty of Aston Martins.
“The group host these events a few times a year and it gives us an opportunity to catch up with friends and share our love of cars.”
Former Royal Borough mayor and councillor Andrew Jenner, who runs the café, said the event also gave people the chance to see ‘several millions of pounds of cars’.
He added: “We just provide the Aston Martin club with the space to park these pretty special cars.
“Families can come down and admire the motors and then enjoy spending time in the park.”
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