Colin McRae's World Rally Championship-winning Subaru Impreza and a Jaguar XK120 driven to glory by Sir Stirling Moss are among the highlights of the forthcoming Perthshire Classic Car Festival.
The historic racers join a line-up of 150 classics that will parade through the centre of Perth before assembling at the nearby Scone Palace.
Among the other special cars on show at the Festival, which takes place on Saturday 21 April, are a Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, Blower Bentley, SS1 Open Tourer and multiple rally-winning vehicles, plus supercars including a McLaren 675 LT and Bugatti Veyron.
The McRae Subaru Impreza Prodrive is likely to be one of the big draws – and with good reason.
'L555 BAT' was driven by the Scot 16 times across the 1994 and '95 WRC seasons (and once in '93), claiming victory on four occasions and podiums on a further three.
McRae's performances in the 1995 season were enough to win him the Drivers' Title, making L555 BAT a genuine World Championship car.
The XK120 has an equally impressive history, though, having set multiple world records back in 1952.
In August of that year, a four-man team of Stirling Moss, Leslie Johnson, Bert Hadley and Jack Fairman raced it continuously at Montlhéry for seven days and seven nights at an average speed of 100mph, driving more than 16,850 miles over the course of 168 hours. In total, it set nine new world records over the course of the week.
The 1934 SS1, meanwhile, is one of only 26 thought to exist worldwide, and is an important car in British history given that SS went on to become Jaguar post-1945.
Brought back to the UK from Waco, Texas in a derelict condition in 1990, it's seen 30,000 hours of work and is now in fantastic condition. Want proof? It was the only UK winner at Pebble Beach in 2015.
The Perth parade and event at Scone Palace both take place on Saturday, 21 April, with a charity classic car drive on Sunday 22nd. For further information, and to buy tickets, visit the Perthshire Classic Car Festival website.
McRae Subaru image: LAT Photographic