Walking into the show it is easy to understand where the name 'AutoLegends' comes from.
There really are all sorts of auto legends that you can think of from E-types and DB5s, on to the legends of the 80's like the Ferrari F40 and the McLaren F1 and modern legends, like the Ferrari Enzo and Bugatti Veyron.
The problem with a lot of these shows is that they can be awfully static, with not much going on to keep your interest for a whole day.
No worries here though, as just after midday the supercars arrived in a procession, arriving one by one.
And because it was all moving, the audience was treated to the noise produced by the V8s, V12s and even the occasional W16.
Some owners would sit next to their pride and joy and if you asked, they would talk to you and tell you all kinds of stories.
I got chatting to one gentleman who was telling me all about how he bought Elton John's Rolls Royce and accidentally revealed it to his wife on live TV.
But it wasn't just supercars and classics we were treated to, there was far more than that.
Littered around the show were dragsters, F1 cars, Le Mans racers, motorbikes, and even Ecto-One, the car from Ghostbusters.
New to this year was the Techno Park which looked at the future of motorsport.
It included a very special appearance from the Bloodhound team who are the brains behind the latest attempt to break the land speed record and hit the magical number of 1000mph.
This was joined by the new 200mph electric racing car courtesy of Drayson Racing Technologies.
There was also a supercar convoy through London to pay tribute to women in motorsport to help celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the British Women Racing Drivers Club (BWRDC).
To top it all off there were collections of stalls and companies who offered some really fascinating stuff such as a company which restores retro petrol pumps, or an artist who uses remote control cars to produce amazing paintings.