Game of Thrones actor Charles Dance's 1967 Ford Mustang convertible is being sold at auction, and could reach £30,000.
The bright red soft-top has been owned by Dance since 2002 and was his daily car up until 2013. It has been the subject of a complete restoration since then by respected specialist Phil King of Classic American Restoration Services.
As well as refurbishing the car to its original condition, the restoration included fitting new floor and wing panels, new brakes and a completely rebuilt 4.7-litre V8 engine.
The engine is one of the desirable 289 V8 motors that gives the Mustang strong performance and its characteristic burbling V8 exhaust note.
Inside, the cabin was fully re-trimmed in red leather and the cream fabric soft-top was restored to as-new condition.
Due to work commitments, Charles Dance has not been able to enjoy his good-as-new Mustang, so he has decided to sell it on.
Classic Car Auction's general manager Guy Lees-Milne said: "We're privileged to be able to offer this car and sell it on behalf of Charles. This is a beautiful example of the iconic Ford Mustang, and combined with its celebrity connections we expect a lot of interest.
"This is the ideal car not just for Mustang fans but for Game of Thrones obsessives around the world. Just imagine driving the car once owned by Tywin Lannister!"