The 38th Scottish Transport Extravaganza, one one of the largest events of its kind in Britain, is regarded as the premier vintage motoring event in Scotland.
Over the weekend around 1300 vehicles will be on display representing a wide array of transports including veteran, vintage and classic vehicles.
There are 150 stands comprising autojumble, motor trade, antiques, fundraising and a craft tent, where you can see craft persons making their own goods.
To celebrate the Queens Jubilee why not go and see for yourself how transport has changed over her reign, with a special display with a vehicle from each year of her sovereignty.
To entertain you in the ring there are a multitude of parades, pipe bands, a dancing display and driving tests. Static displays include a magnificent Fairground Organ and some fascinating Birds of Prey.
There are plenty of good quality caterers willing to provide much needed nourishment, whether it be a snack, a full meal or just a cool ice cream.
The Strathmore Vintage Vehicle Club, as hosts, are very fortunate to be able to hold the Extravaganza in the beautiful grounds of Glamis Castle.
The event runs on Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8 from 9am to 6pm and parking for motorists is free. Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on a lead.
Tickets: Saturday - adult £8, child/OAP £5; Sunday - adult £10, child/OAP £6.