Britain's First Sports Car
Alisdaire Lockhart, from Selkirk, has spent 12 years and £50,000 lovingly restoring Britain's first sports car to its former glory.
He painstakingly tracked down some of the last surviving original parts to rebuild the 100-year-old Vauxhall Prince Henry.
The 100-year-old Prince Henry Vauxhall will be making a special appearance at this year's show.
The Vauxhall display at Thirlestane to mark the centenary of the 30-98 Vauxhall will be based on four cars: Alisdaire Lockhart's 1912 3 litre Prince Henry - one of only three running world-wide; Alex Hayward's very original D Type Vauxhall of 1920; Ian Murray's lovely E Type 30-98 of 1920 and George Muir's 1924 OE 30-98 Vauxhall, to show the origins of the 30-98 and two examples of the marque resident in Scotland.
Read more about this amazing story, that hit the national press: Article in the Daily Mail