A vintage car and tractor meet was held in Tocumwal on Sunday morning.July 9, 2014 3:23am
Sun Country Car Club member John Alley proudly displayed his 1935 Austin 10 at the Tocumwal Foreshore Market on Saturday.
The sun was certainly shining on Sunday morning along Tocumwal Foreshore for a vintage car and tractor meet.
It was the first joint meet of the Riverina Car Club, Sun Country Car Club, Murray Goulburn Car Club and Deniliquin and District Car Club.
There were about 50 beautifully restored, vintage cars lined up for all to see, alongside 10 vintage tractors.
Sun Country Car Club member John Alley was one of the revellers showcasing his yellow, restored 1935 Austin 10.
‘‘We come from Lake Rowan and we go to a lot of these shows because we love it,’’ Mr Alley said.
There was a barbecue on offer while club and community members marvelled at the array of pristine vehicles.
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