Down the line, BAS International sells classic Jaguar parts, while on the corner, a smart affair, Stradale, was displaying stunning motorsport jackets, leather and canvas bags, vintage goggles and more. I could have quite easily spent a horrendous amount of money there.
Nearby we came across Paul Stephens, a Porsche specialist with several tempting cars for sale including a 356 Outlaw, Retro Touring R and 911 Hotrod based on a 1986 3.2 Carrera. Further along, Aston Workshop, an independent specialist, caught our eye with a polished DB6.
But perhaps the best of all the cars for sale in Over the Road on the Saturday of the Revival was a Ferrari 330 P2 Le Mans car. With 2.5bhp. Yes, a child's classic replica, built in Italy in 1969, with a 50cc Honda engine, offered for sale by Junior E-types. If you have to ask, you can't afford.
On the way to the bridge and, reluctantly, towards the circuit, we found trinity Engineering and Pitt Lane Ltd Classic Restoration next door to each other, Petrolheadart.com which does what it says on the tin, and stands for the London Classic Car Show and the fabulous Mille Miglia.