Vintage car fans turned out for a special showcase at a north-east museum.
The How many left? event – a showcase of vehicles previously mass produced, but of which fewer than 500 now remain – took place at Grampian Transport Museum on Sunday.
One of the most notable cars among the exhibits was a 1984 Russian Moskvitch 2140. The vehicle was produced behind the Iron Curtain during the days of the Berlin Wall.
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Event organiser and museum assistant curator Neil Thomson said: “Thankfully we had fine weather for this record entry of cars.
“It is amazing how many of the entries were such a common sight only a few years ago and here they are now with only a handful left.
“I am very grateful to all the entrants and visitors, and especially to the museum’s volunteers who helped run the event.
“It wouldn’t have happened without them all.”