A CHARITY vintage car show cruises into Devon on Sunday, July 6, with the annual Culmstock Wheels event.
The show will be revving its engines at Oakdale Farm in Culmstock on the Devon/ Somerset border with all proceeds going to the NSPCC.
Now in its 23rd year, the show attracts several thousand visitors and is a must in the UK classic car show calendar.
Among the 350 exhibits will be an MG YB, an Austin Healey MkI Sprite, an MG A coupé, a Sunbeam S8, a Jaguar 3.8 and a BSA Bantam motorcycle.
Motorcycles, military vehicles, tractors and more will be on display.
The show also hosts a huge car boot sale, entertainment all day and a trade area.
NSPCC community fundraising manager Alison Armer said: “We already have some amazing vehicles lined up for this year’s event.
“Come and have a fantastic day out for the whole family while helping to raise crucial funds that really will make a fundamental difference to the lives of vulnerable local children.”
The show runs from 11am to 4pm, and tickets cost £5 for adults, £4 for OAPs and £3 for children aged £5 to £15.