Dozens of classic vehicles will be on display this weekend for the 22nd outing of an annual vintage car and motorcycle rally.
The event at Milton of Crathes tomorrow will be used to raise thousands of pounds for charity Scottish Autism.
Thus far, 75 cars and 31 motorcycles have been entered into the display and organisers are hoping the final tally could stretch well into the hundreds.
Rally chairman and Banchory Rotarian Stewart Park said: “Entries are still flooding in and we are happy to accept cars on the day which have not been pre-entered.
“I’m confident we’ll finish up with a fantastic display of around 300 vehicles from a bygone era, as well as some interesting newer but rare models.”
A number of the vehicles will be featured in a road run, providing members of the public with the opportunity to see them out “in the wild”.
The organisers have also lined up Banchory Pipe Band and a number of sideshows and stalls for added entertainment throughout the rally, which takes place from 10am to 4pm.
Last year’s event raised more than £16,000 for a number of local charities.