In case you weren't aware, Chelsea Auto Legends is back at the Royal Hospital this weekend.
A definite highlight of what looks like a packed show, has to be the fact that Sir Stirling Moss will be reunited with a famous Ferrari from his racing history.
Moss who's also a patron of the event, and the Rob Walker-entered Ferrari 250 GTO which he drove to victory in the 1961 Tourist Trophy at Goodwood will be amongst the cars on show.
Turning back the clock 50 years, the event will also feature special golden anniversary displays of both the Jaguar E-Type and the Mini Cooper. The sixties was all about fun, with the UK and most notably Chelsea leading the world in fashion, design and pop music.
Both of these iconic cars played their part in this history and are sure to be major attractions.
Other displays include a comprehensive collection of Le Mans cars, the latest supercars that will join the show following a run through London in the morning, a display of rally cars and much more.
Tickets are still available for this event and can be bought here.