This is one of the biggest shows on the calendar in Scotland, and attracts all forms of vehicles from bicycles to traction engines, and entrants attend as either clubs or as individual entrants.
This year the event was blessed with very hot sunny weather and a huge entry list, and the crowds were enormous. It was good to see that the "trade" area was well populated with autojumble and car care / repair stalls, at too may shows there are more stalls flogging clothes, "collectibles", and the like, more like a Sunday market than a car show!
I only found 3 P5s in the show, 2 individual entrants and one as part of a club stand.
Jim Walkers P5B Coupe
The 3 litre now owned by John Dawson, seen talking with previous owner John Philp.
A P5B on the Tayside Classic Car Club stand, owned by Gordon Smith (?)
No prizes won by any of these entrants, but a 1935 Rover P1 owned by Frank Munro did win the 1935 - 1939 class.
Entry forms for the 2019 event on 13 / 14 July 2019 may be downloaded here;2019 link