Kirkcaldy teenager Callum Grubb has been saving for a classic car since he was 11 or 12.
The 19-year-old has recently bought an Austin 10 Cambridge from 1938 as his first car.
Callum saved pocket money growing up, and later his wages to fund his motoring dream.
He said: “Sitting in this car, driving along in it, you really get a sense of the history of it, more than you would ever get seeing them standing static in a museum.”
The car includes some classic features, such as trafficators – a predecessor of indicators – a windscreen that opens and anti-dazzle blinds.