FANS of vintage vehicles are in for a treat in Huddersfield this weekend.
About 130 old cars, lorries, buses and motor cycles will be on display at Greenhead Park on Sunday. And the whole show is free.
The oldest vehicle on the field will be a 1924 Studebaker, imported from the USA two years ago.
Andrew Tindall, one of the organisers, said: "We've got some interesting stuff which will be fascinating not just for enthusiasts, but for everyone."
Vehicles will meet at the Galpharm Stadium in the morning, before setting off for the park at about 10.45am.
The route will take them through the town centre and they are expected to arrive at the park at about 11.15am.
The oldest lorry taking part will be a 1934 Foden which competed in the London-Brighton run.
One of the buses dates back to 1940 and was part of the fleet of South Yorkshire Buses at Pontefract.
The annual show is organised by the Kirklees Transport Group, which this year has been helped by Aire Valley Transport Group from Bradford.