A convoy of classic cars roared into Deeside yesterday as part of one of the region’s biggest automobile shows.
Scores of car fans turned out at Drum Castle for the Grampian region of the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club’s annual gathering.
Now in its 17th year, more than 50 Jaguar and Daimler models dating as far back as the 1950s were on display in the castle grounds.
This year’s guest car club was the Rolls Royce Enthusiast Club who also exhibited some of the classics in their collection.
And Peter Vardy Jaguar also took part, displaying the latest models available.
Meanwhile, there was also music from the Gordon Highlanders Association pipe band, raffles and bottle stalls.
There were also stalls selling food and refreshments to those in attendance.
One of the prizes on offer was a new Jaguar XK Coupe, with the winner announced on November 13 at the Classic Car Show at the NEC in Birmingham.
The annual gathering is the biggest event on the Jaguar club’s calendar and also raises funds for charity.
This year, the cash will go to Aberdeen Mountain Rescue Team who were also at the event carrying out demonstrations and showing off their vehicles.
The RNLI were also in attendance to give people a chance to learn all about their work.