Six of the most iconic motors ever have been brought together to promote an eagerly anticipated date in the classic car show calendar.
The cars, worth an estimated total of around £18 million, were on show outside Alexandra Palace in the capital to publicise the Classic & Sports Car – The London Show, which will run from October 30 to November 1.
So which classic cars were lucky petrol-heads able to see?
£18m hors d’oeuvre
This sumptuous six piece is merely an hors d’oeuvre before the show’s full motor menu later this month.
They will be joined by around 300 delectable machine exhibits from famous collectors and retailers.
Here are four top attractions...
Aston Martin celebration
Aston Martin presents some of the most iconic cars. The star turn is expected to come from the stunning A3, at 94 years “young” the oldest vehicle still surviving in the Aston stable.
Other Aston jaw-droppers include:
And the best British vehicle ever is...
All will be revealed at the show, as voted for by Classic & Sports Car magazine readers.
Experts have chosen the following 10 shortlisted cars, which are collectively valued at an estimated £30 million:
All will be displayed on stage together during the winner’s unveiling
Who does he think he is? Stirling Moss?
Arguably the best driver never to have won a Formula 1 GP world championship, Moss is celebrated here with single-seaters, including the Lotus 18.
Other models include:
How do I get tickets?
You can get tickets by heading here. They cost £25 and accompanied children go free. Don't forget you can get an exclusive 20% discount by entering the code CSCSCD when ordering online.
It’s 10am-6pm on the first two days and from 10am to 5pm on Sunday.
How do I get there?
For more information, head here.