The ever popular Bradford Classic Car show will be held in Bradford’s multi award-winning City Park on Saturday August 13.
Car clubs and individuals who wish to show off their prized motors should apply for a space.
Vehicles from the 1920s right through to more modern day classics such as the Domino Pimlico and Bertone XI/9 will be on show this year.
There will be prizes for the “Lord Mayor’s Choice” and “Best in Show.”
This year’s show has already attracted a high number of entries with the earliest example being a 1920s Ford Model A as well as classic Jaguars, Bentleys and even a 1937 Ford Type 78.
People can come down to City Park and enjoy live music from local bands and solo artists and browse through a vintage market in City Hall.
The Boogie Backstep Club will be keeping people on their toes with dancing in the park and there will be prizes for the best vintage costume.
Cllr Alex Ross-Shaw, Bradford Council’s executive member for Regeneration, Planning and Transport, said: “This year’s Bradford Classic is shaping up to be a fantastic day. It’s a fun day out for all the family and it’s free.
“We have extended the range of activities for children so there are lots of things to keep the whole family entertained.
“There will be a full day of live music, people will be able to buy a range of classic car memorabilia and the Police Museum is bringing several classic police vehicles.”
To apply for a space for your club or car email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01274 432412 for an application form or visit The Bradford Classic Facebook Page and follow us on Twitter@BfdClassic.