Thousands of petrol heads and classic car enthusiasts converged on Glamis Castle on Saturday as the Scottish Transport Extravaganza got under way.
The Strathmore Vintage Vehicle Club (SVVC) rally received a record number of entries for the Saturday and Sunday event.
Stephen Dear from SVVC said: “I believe that the rally continues to grow each year because of the fantastic setting and the hard work that we put into trying to make it an enjoyable weekend for all that attend.”
He added: “Years ago someone made the comment about the magic of Glamis and this has stuck with us to the extent that nearly everyone refers to the rally as Glamis rather than the Extravaganza.”
The vehicles on display cover all forms of motoring from an 1881 Penny Farthing to a 520bhp Noble Works – previously owned by James May of Top Gear fame.
A Series 1 Land Rover which once belonged to Castle Motors in Forfar – once the town’s biggest – is also on display after being purchased and preserved by the club.
See more in Monday’s Angus edition of The Courier.