The second of two amateur film made by Raymond James Paiton showing him working to restore a three-wheeled AC Sociable car bought in a scrapyard as part of a restoration project. The film begins in a workshop at his home at Woodlands Park at Wideopen near Newcastle and a piece of metal being cut and filed in a vice. The metal or wooden seating frame is then seen being put into place. The film changes to show the renovated car on show beside a garage and two small children playing on it.
A home movie made by Raymond James Paiton begins with crowds looking over various stalls and drinking cups of tea as part of a fete taking place at Whitefield Hall near Hepple in Northumberland. The film changes to show two women and a man in a garden followed by a crowd looking at shop window display. The final part of the film shows a man on a motorcycle driving along a suburban road and two cars parked on a country road.