The Toyota Enthusiasts Club celebrated 20 years this month with an annual meeting of cherished classics.
Around 45 vehicles were present, including modern classics and rare conversions.
The club currently has around 150 members, and owners travelled the length and breadth of the country as well as overseas to appear at the Billing Aquadrome.
Member's cars range from models produced in the 1970s and 80s, and the club aims to provide network of information on sourcing rare parts, specifications or providing advice on restoration or maintenance.
The overall top honour of the show went to a 1985 Celica Supra. Other highlights included an Avon Celica cabriolet conversion -one of only four built - and a pristine 1960s Corona sporting a Celica engine.