Thousands have flocked to Perth city centre for a spectacular display of vintage vehicles.
About 150 iconic motors arrived in Tay Street on Saturday morning as part of the Fair City’s Classic Car Parade.
Visitors have the chance to check out the vehicles up-close, before a procession begins at about 12.25pm.
Led by local provost Dennis Melloy in a Ford Model T, the cavalcade will go from Tay Street onto George Street before crossing the old bridge. They will stay for the afternoon at Scone Palace.
The show, which will feature an appearance from HRH Prince Michael of Kent, has been organised by the Rotary Club of Blairgowrie. It will raise money for Alzheimer Scotland and Cancer Research.
Sunshine and blue skies have helped bring out the crowds. The display has been complemented with a continental market in the city centre.