Classic car buffs and bargain hunters alike took advantage of a sunny day at one of Scotland’s largest sales of transport memorabilia.
Hundreds of people flocked to Glamis for the latest auction staged by Strathmore Vintage Vehicle Club, organisers of the annual Scottish Transport Extravaganza.
Saturday’s entry list featured 900 lots and the club’s administrator said most items went under the hammer.
Lesley Munro said big-ticket items included a 1954 Rover which went for £2,400 and a Jeyes Sheep Dip sign with RAM motif that unexpectedly fetched £1,280.
Other notable items sold included a Nickri Spyder kit-car (£1,100) and a Raleigh cyclemaster (£175).
Ms Munro added: “It was a great sunny day and the auction was well attended.
“Pretty much everything went and only two vehicles out of the 15 on offer didn’t meet their reserve.
“The total hammer price was over £20,000, which is great for the vendors.”
One mysterious item, thought to be a horse bridle linked to Queen Victoria, did not sell.
“It’s funny because the things you expect to go, sometimes don’t,” said Ms Munro.
“Take the enamel Jeyes sign we didn’t expect it to go for anywhere near that but there was a phone bidder and someone on the floor, who were both determined to have it.”
The club, which was founded in 1968, now looks towards the 41st Scottish Transport Extravaganza on the weekend of July 11 in the grounds of Glamis Castle.
This event is the largest gathering of vintage, veteran and classic vehicles in Scotland.