MORE than 100 historic vehicles will converge on Dewsbury next month.
The town is hosting the annual White Rose Spring Rally on Sunday, May 8.
Classic cars, historic commercial vehicles, buses, coaches and motorcycles will be on display between 10am and 3pm.
There will be free classic bus rides and free entry to the Skopos Motor Museum at Bradford Road and the Dewsbury Bus Museum throughout the day.
There will also be a free draw with the prize of a chauffeured day out in a vintage vehicle with a picnic for two.
The prize has been donated by Stephen Battye, managing director of the Redbrick Mill shopping complex at Batley and the Skopos Motor Museum.
Other attractions will include a heritage walk around Dewsbury, a street organ and a variety of stalls.
The event has been organised by West Yorkshire Transport Society and Batley and Dewsbury's town management along with heritage group Dewsbury Matters Past and Present.
Viv Robinson, assistant towns manager, said: "Everyone is welcome on the day to come down and look at these fine examples of classic vehicles - and enter the draw for the chance to win a wonderful day out.
Keith Ramsden, of the transport society, said local people with historic vehicles - even an old pushbike - were welcome to take part.
Mr Ramsden also invited people to bring along any transport memorabilia such as tickets, posters and photog- raphs of old buses and trains.
He said: "We would be very interested to have a look at and perhaps copy any kind of transport memorabilia people may have."
Ring Mr Ramsden on 07984 200437 or find www.wyts.org on the internet.