More than 800 blue oval models from throughout the ages are expected to take part in the Simply Ford event at Beaulieu tomorrow.
The hugely popular event is held annually in the grounds of the National Motor Museum, and owners of every age and model of Ford are invited to attend and display their vehicles.
Alongside the individual entries will be 38 owners' clubs and enthusiast groups displaying cars owned by their members on club stands.
From Cortinas to Zodiacs and Anglias to Transits, Ford's illustrious history will be well represented at the show, no better so than by show regular Ford Heritage, who will display a selection of cars on an 'old and new' theme.
A well-preserved 1965 Mustang will sit alongside the latest version of the legendary muscle car at the Heritage stand, while the recently launched Focus RS will be presented with one of the original RS models.
Visitors to the rally can vote for their favourite car in the People's Choice Awards and the owner of the winning car will receive a commemorative Beaulieu trophy and Autoglym prize.
Ford owners still wishing to purchase tickets can do so on the gate, which opens from 9am. Participant entry will open at 10am and will cost £10 per ticket and £5 per child.