Historic cars will be parading through Coventry on Sunday as part of the city's Godiva Festival.
The vehicles will cover a 45-mile route ending up at the War Memorial Park where the rest of the festivities are being held.
Among the classics on show will be Triumphs, Daimlers and Morgans.
Visitors will also see the premiere performance by a Chinese opera company of the story of Lady Godiva's naked ride through the city.
"Madam Parading in the City" is the title of the unique piece of theatre which recounts Lady Godiva's bid to save Coventry citizens from taxes.
It will be performed free of charge at the War Memorial Park on Sunday.
The annual festival celebrates the life Lady Godiva with three days of free events every year.