DUBBED as one of the most popular events in the Borders, this year’s BVAC Classic is set to have a record-breaking number of vehicles on display.

More than 1,400 vintage and classic vehicles and their proud owners will be making the journey to Thirlestane Castle in Lauder on Sunday, June 3, for the annual festival of motoring.

The event has been described by the Sunday Times as ‘The best classic car festival in Scotland’ from their list of Top Ten Car Events in the UK, and attracts thousands of visitors to one of the largest car rallies in the country.

Now in its 46th year, this year’s show promises a vintage performance with something for everyone to admire and enjoy.

From veteran, vintage and classic cars to motorcycles, commercial, agricultural, military, steam and American classes, this year will see a special family car through the ages theme.

Land Rover, Lotus and 2CV all share a special anniversary year in 2018 and there will be unique displays of these very different vehicles on show as well as Italian classics in the shape of a special Concorso Italiano display.

Tickets cost £10, with free entry for children under 16.