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TT car race centenary celebrated on Isle of Man

25 June 2014 Last updated at 17:23 BST

About 50 Veteran and Edwardian cars, representing every year from 1902 to 1918, are on the Isle of Man to celebrate the centenary of the TT car race.

Among the steam and petrol-powered vehicles will be two of the original cars which took part in the 1914 race.

The vehicles belong to members of the North West section of the Veteran Car Company (VCC) of Great Britain.

Chairman Philip Lucking said: "It is a very special moment and the owners will have lumps in their throats."

Black and white video courtesy of Manx National Heritage.

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