More than 400 vehicles are expected to be on show with thousands of car buffs in attendance at the Bundaberg Recreational Precinct.
The annual event has been running for half a decade, with Bundaberg Vintage Vehicle Club’s Ian Jefferyes saying each year it continued to grow more in popularity.
“We had about 100 cars the first year, then 200 the second and 320 last year, so we are expected more than 400 this year,” Ian said.
“There will be 14 categories with trophies and prizes for each.
“It’s $2 a head and the proceeds will be going to local charity Rotary House and Bundaberg Health Services Foundation.
“Last year we made about $4000 and this year we are hoping to beat that as part of our contribution to the community.”
Vehicles welcome at Heritage Car, Truck, Bike and Machinery Show
Car enthusiasts can show off their pride and joy, by turning up to the University Drive entry early on the day.
Bundaberg Vintage Vehicle Club’s Kev Linderberg said the show was open to all passionate vehicle owners to display their vehicle.
“Anyone wanting to participate can just roll up on the day, there’s no nomination fee,” Kev said.
“If they have an old motorbike, tractor or anything really, they are welcome to come along and show it.”
Heritage Car, Truck, Bike and Machinery Show will now be held at Bundaberg Recreational Precinct from 9 am to 2 pm on Saturday 9 July, after rescheduling from the earlier date in May due to weather.
For trade stand information phone Gary on 0488 030 245, or for general information about the Heritage Car, Truck, Bike and Machinery Show head to the Facebook page.