A special parade is aiming to break the current Guinness World Record for both the largest Parade of Classic Cars and the largest ever Parade of Jaguar Cars.
The event, set to happen on Sunday June 14th, is being organised by the Coventry Transport Museum as part of the museum's re-launch.
They are looking for over 2000 classic cars to turn up to the parade, including over 1000 Jaguar vehicles, which will be more than enough to beat both world records. The iconic Jaguar brand has a number of historic ties with Coventry, having been founded there in 1922.
The parade route, which is over two miles long, will start at the Ricoh Arena and run down through Coventry's famous ring road.
The current record for the largest Classic Car Parade stands at 1,674 cars, which was set in Mexico City in 2014, whilst the largest Jaguar Car Parade was a collection of 767 Jaguar E-Types at 2011's Silverstone classic.
If you own a classic car and would like to take part, entry to the event is still open. To qualify for the parade, each car taking part must be at least 30 years old and be presented with its original registration documents on the day of the event. But you'll have to hurry, registration closes April 30th!
We had our own record-breaking car meet earlier this month, with the biggest ever Car Café car meet to date. You can see a full write-up with images here.