CUSTOM cars cruised into Gloucester for a new get-together which is set to get even bigger.
Kerbside Kings started out with just a handful of members and after Sunday's meeting has spiralled into a major social occasion for owners of custom and classic cars of all marques.
"It went really well," said event organiser George Ashford. "There was a massively surprising turnout and we have big plans for the future, with a bigger and better venue for more people."
The meet was held at the Chase Lane Industrial Estate off Eastern Avenue and George hopes the next meeting will be in April.
It was not just enthusiasts from Gloucestershire who turned out to take the crowd numbers to around 450 as car owners from Oxford, Cornwall and Bristol all turned up.
Many enjoyed a demonstration in the art of airbrushing from Cheltenham-based custom paint job experts Reborn to be Wild.
To find out more about the club and meets, visit Kerbside Kings on Facebook.