One of the biggest ever gatherings of Midlands-built Rover cars has taken place today in Warwickshire.
It included an armoured police vehicle once used by Margaret Thatcher. Some of the very first Rovers were also on show.
ITV News Central's Transport Correspondent, Keith Wilkinson, reports.
Chris Marshall, a Rover pushbike enthusiasts, explains how the Rover received its name.
The largest gathering of Rover vehicles in many years has taken place in Warwickshire today.
The event has been jointly organised by the Rover Sports Register (RSR) and the Rover P6 Club, in celebration of the RSR's 60th birthday and the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Rover P6.
Over 250 cars and other vehicles have arrived at Coughton Court, near Alcester.
One of the Midlands' iconic cars has been back to Longbridge to mark its Golden anniversary.
The BMC 1100 wore badges by Austin, Morris, MG and more and was a massively popular family car in the 60s and 70s.
A convoy is travelling from Land's End to John O' Groats for charity driven by proud owners from across Europe.