Organisers are getting revved up for this year’s Chiltern Hills rally.
The annual vintage rally is organised by The Game Club and raises money for local charities.
The star attractions of last year’s rally were two rare Cubitt cars, built in Aylesbury in the 1920s.
Adrian Fell, a member of the organising committee said: “It was always going to be difficult to follow the Cubitt cars but this year we have got some Ford Transits on display which are 50 years old.”
The rally, which takes place on Sunday, May 17 is being held at Weedon Park, just outside Aylesbury, next to the site of the Bucks County Show.
As well as a display of more than 800 classic vehicles, other activities on the day include children’s rides and slides, a dog show, around 50 trade stands, a beer tent, a pig roast and refreshments.
Entry to the rally, which starts at 10am, costs £6 for an adult with under-14s getting in free.
It also costs £6 if you wish to enter a vehicle, if booked in advance, or £10 if you wish to bring a vehicle on the day.
Mr Fell added: “This is our 21st year and I am delighted at how the event has grown over the years. We hope to see lots of people enjoying the day.”
For more details about the day, including how to enter, visit the show’s website at www.chilternhillsrally.org.uk