Niavaran Cultural Complex in north Tehran has hosted some half-a-century-old cars for a two-day rally since Thursday.
The event aimed at promoting tourism has been organized by Touring and Automobile Club of Iran and Niavaran complex.
The rally had 100 participants, including drivers and map-readers in 31 classic cars.
The participants passed through Qom Province, Kashan, and Natanz, and spent a night at the historical village of Abyaneh in Isfahan Province.
On the way back, drivers visited the attractions of Abyaneh and Sialk historical hill, before driving back to Tehran.
The participants were finally judged and scored by a jury comprising experts, based on their adherence to driving standards and map reading skills.
Overtaking and ignoring any of the driving rules are among negative points defined in the scoring guidelines.