The 35th Scottish Transport Extravaganza, Glamis, United Kingdom

11-12 July 2009

Proudly supported by Mini Sport

The Strathmore Vintage Vehicle Society‘s Scottish Transport Extravaganza is held in the spectacular landscaped grounds of Glamis Castle. Over 800 vintage cars and other vehicles are on display along with many more attractions.

Numerous stalls, a craft tent, marching pipe bands and a children’s area make for an all-round family day out, especially for motor enthusiasts. The sales area is huge, with many toy dealers, art, craft, jumble and antiques stands.

Glamis Castle was the childhood home of the Queen Mother and parts of the building date back to the 11th century; Glamis Castle’s Duncan’s Hall is the legendary setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

The Scottish Vintage Vehicle Federation was established in November 1973 with the aims of publishing an events programme each year and maintaining a register of competitors. The architect of the SVVF was Tom Sked of Aberdeen and appropriately he was elected its first Chairman.