A CLASSIC car show is hoped to attract thousands of petrol heads - and around 400 vehicles - to Lochore Meadows this summer.

The Scottish Ford Day event will take place this July and will boast custom American cars and both old and new Ford entries.

There will also be the opportunity to show off other makes and models if they are more than 40-years-old.

Run by the Pre 67 Ford Owners Club, which started in Dunfermline in 1981, the event itself has been drawing audiences for 42 years.

It is the largest Ford club in Scotland and one of the largest in the UK, with members from as far afield as Canada.

Fraser Laird, chairman, said: "There are custom cars and hot rods which meet in Kincardine and come through, it's quite a spectacle.

"We used to have it at Lathalmond and around 2000 people came to that, we had 400 cars there but outgrew that venue and then because of the pandemic had to start again from scratch.

"We have held it at different venues across Scotland, we have a dedicated team and it's highly regarded.

"Be used to have live bands but we are not quite back there yet.

"We have restricted the age range this year because we had a lot of modern cars showing up, so you can have any age Ford but other makes need to be of historic status, at least 40-years-old.

Fraser will be there showcasing his own 1958 Ford campervan.

The show will take place on July 23 at Lochore Meadows.

To enter your vehicle email sfdpre67ford@hotmail.com or post your entry with your name, the make and model of your car, registration, contact details and a stamped address envelope for your entry pass to 123 Park Road, Rosyth, Fife KY11 2QT.