An armoured-plated popemobile used by John Paul II during his British visit is being auctioned off.
The 24-ton converted British Leyland truck was used by the late pontiff when he toured Scotland in the summer of 1982.
He travelled in the vehicle to Bellahouston Park in Glasgow and Murrayfield in Edinburgh, conducting a Mass for more than 300,000 people.
The six-wheeled truck, which has just 11,000 miles on the clock and is said to be in excellent condition, is one of two built by the former UK motor giant for the visit.
It was bought in 1998 by transport enthusiast Mick Hayton, who recently died, for his Albion Museum in Dumfries.
The other vehicle, used during the English leg of the papal tour when John Paul II visited Canterbury, is housed in the British Commercial Vehicle Museum at Leyland in Lancashire.
Auctioneer Thomson Rod-dick Scottish Auctions, based in Dumfries, is due to sell the Scots-based popemobile on September 2. Likely selling price is unknown.