A meeting in the rally park in Laitse, Harju County, on Saturday, allowed visitors to see the so-called youngtimer cars - actually classic vehicles owned by Estonian and visiting enthusiasts. Vehicles ranging in age from about 25 to 35 years appear at the annual rally.
The international 25-year + machine meeting and exhibition in the LaitseRallyPark was organized for the fourth time, ETV current affairs show "Aktuaalne kaamera" reported.
The organizer and owner of the rally park, Üllar Suvemaa, said that during the first years, about 150 vehicles participated, but this year's event saw 334 vehicles registered.
"25+ cars are accessible to ordinary people, and today, this hobby car movement is very widespread and it is easier to get together with this critical mass of people or enthusiasts. 'Oldtimers' are a bit more complicated, they are a bit older, more capricious, with more expensive cars and fewer enthusiasts," Suvemaa added.
Among the participants, both the interest in exploring cars on show and the opportunity to communicate with other car owners are important.
The best participants in the exhibition also received awards at the end of the day.
Editor: Roberta Vaino