PEOPLE with interesting and unusual vehicles are invited to take part in a monthly gathering on the field at the Army Flying Museum in Middle Wallop. 

The museum hosts a unique range of vehicles every third Saturday of the month, organised by Belgae Mercedes Enthusiasts.

The Wheels of Wallop (WoW) Vehicle Meet on Saturday, June 15 attracted the Standard Motor Club contributing 35 Standards from various era between 1913 and the early 60s.

The display also featured a rare AC 2 litre saloon, two MG TDs and latest models from Jaguar, BMW and Mercedes.

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The Army Flying Museum in Middle Wallop hosts a unique range of vehicles each month (Image: Supplied) The next meet is on Saturday, July 13 from 10am.

Organiser Pete Nightingale said: "We never know who or what will turn up.

"We welcome cars and bikes of all types and all ages. If you have something with wheels and you love it, then bring it along. Our event is free, and it’s great fun for kids and adults alike, whether you’re exhibiting or just spectating.

"The Standard cars were amazing and they made last Saturday's meeting one of our best ever."

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