Now in its seventh year, the Inverness Classic Vehicle Show is bigger and better than ever.
Organised by Inverness Business Improvement District, the event will have a record 130 classic and vintage vehicles from 1920s onwards on display in the High Street, Eastgate Precinct, Inglis Street, Church Street, Falcon Square and new for this year at Inverness Castle.
There will also be a special addition to the show with a vintage pram display in the Victorian Market so there really is something for everyone.
A range of street entertainment and music is organised, free City Sightseeing Bus mini tours from outside the Co-Op on Church Street and the parade finale down High Street at 3pm led by the Norcon Pipe Band.
Also sure to impress visitors is the Albion Lowlander bus which operated in the Highland capital in the 1970s and is making a return on Saturday. It will be located at Inverness Castle.
The Inverness Classic Vehicle Show takes place on Saturday, May 9 from 11am to 3pm.