More than 200 vintage tractors will be on display at the south west's largest festival of transport.

The large display will feature a vast array of vintage tractors with both overseas and domestic manufacturers represented, plus a diverse selection of models, types and modifications dating from the 1920s to the 1980s showcasing manufacturers such as David Brown, Ford, John Deere, Massey Ferguson, Nuffield, Zetor, Leyland, Farmall and Field Marshall.

The Stroud Vintage Transport & Engine Club (SVTEC) stage their Annual Show at South Cerney Airfield in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. on August 3-5 2018. The show is one of the biggest team, vintage and countryside events in the UK. Whilst the show has evolved a lot, the mission remains the same, to inform, educate, celebrate and preserve the UK's unique transport heritage.

Visitors will be able to see one of the rarest tractors still in operation, a WWII wood burning tractor. Wood gas vehicles were used during World War II as a consequence of the rationing of fossil fuels and 4,000 tractors were produced.

Also making a welcome return is the 1919 International Titan 10-20 tractor. Owned by the Harris family from the Forest of Dean, the Titan was purchased in 2007 in a very rough state and has now completed a complete "nut and bolt" restoration over a four year period.

Organisers are keen for more classic tractors to join the display and the deadline for entries for the steam section is June 1.