Born in 1888 as the youngest of nine siblings, Walter Owen Bentley – who preferred to be called WO – was destined for a life in motion.
Some of the finest examples of classic cars in the north will be on show once again this weekend at the annual Fortrose and Rosemarkie Classic Rally.
‘My question to those responsible would simply be why did you do it?’: Family devastated after vandals target classic vehicles in late night rampage
A vintage vehicle enthusiast has told of his family's horror after waking to find vandals had caused thousands of pounds of damage to his collection during a late night rampage.
You only turn 60 once, and the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford certainly knows how to put on a party.
Police are appealing for information after a number of classic vehicles were vandalised in a Moray town.
The north-east town of Stonehaven celebrated its favourite son, Robert William Thomson, last weekend with the annual RW Thomson Memorial Rally.
It may be one of the most northerly car shows in the country, but the Tain Vintage Car Rally always manages to pull in a good crowd.
There was a Father's Day treat for dozens of Oban dads yesterday as a dazzling array of classic cars went on show.
The heavens might have opened but that didn’t stop car enthusiasts making the pilgrimage to Crathes in Aberdeenshire on Sunday.
Record-breaking crowds, fuelled with a passion for classic and vintage vehicles, have turned out at a north-east car rally.
Motoring enthusiasts can enjoy some of the north-east's finest produce this year while taking part in an annual rally.
With a thick haar hanging heavy in the air, the North Sea was barely visible from Aberdeen beach on Sunday morning.
Nothing prepared British motorists for the first time they saw a Mini.
For many, the sight of classic cars trundling along country roads in summer is as quintessentially British as it gets.
It might not be the French Riviera, but the north-east has its very own charm for classic car enthusiasts
The Monte Carlo Rally is one of the most famous road-rallies in the world.
An award-winning north-east visitor attraction has launched a search for classic car enthusiasts to be involved in its summer event.
As the clouds cleared bright and early on Sunday morning, Brodie Castle near Forres was a hub of activity as classic cars and bikes from around the north-east gathered to take part in the annual Historic Wheels Rally.
Thousands of motoring enthusiasts enjoyed a trip back in time this weekend as scores of classic cars arrived in the north-east.
Alan Wallace has been a regular at motorsport and classic car events all over Britain for the last 30 years but, when it came to showing off his own motors, he preferred to take a back seat.
A stickler for tradition, Alistair Reid likes nothing more than to see old classic motors restored to their original glory. He told Philippa Gerrard about his most recent project.
Dozens of classic vehicles will be on display this weekend for the 22nd outing of an annual vintage car and motorcycle rally.
The route may be a little busier and drivers a tad greyer round the temples, but members of Kildrummy Veteran Vintage Vehicle’s Club came together 60 years to the day of the group’s very first rally.
When Greg Law first joined the The North East Scotland Ford RS Owners Club, he was 23 and eager to learn more about his sporty purchase, a Mk 2 Focus RS.
Jack Meredith doesn’t usually get far without a thumbs up from fellow drivers or even an enthusiastic beep, but it’s difficult to blend in when your set of wheels dates back to 1902.
Classic car enthusiasts will be flocking to Milton of Crathes in Banchory tomorrow for the 21st vintage Car and Motor Cycle Rally.
Crawford has had a lifetime passion for old motorbikes. He told Ellie House why speed isn’t the answer to everything
Colin Murdoch is the first to admit that he may have a slight obsession with classic cars, but he has vowed his latest purchase will be his last.
Sheila and Raymond MacDonald have enjoyed a love affair spanning nearly 40 years ... with their collection of classic cars.
Driving along in his Morris Minor, 20-year-old Kierin Addison isn’t your typical boy racer.
Richard Gibson is the first to admit that his pride and joy incites a Marmite reaction from people.
They are some of the sleekest cars on the market. And a fleet of the luxury vehicles will descend on a historic Deeside estate next week.
Rainy weather failed to dampen the spirits of the thousands of people who turned out in force for Buckie's annual summer show yesterday.