Popular car show coming up at Nagambie Lakes Regatta Centre.August 22, 2014 3:07am
In its third year, but this time around what is fast becoming a popular Nagambie event promises to be bigger than ever.
The Cranksters Rod and Custom Club will hold its annual show at the Nagambie Lakes Regatta Centre on September 21. But this year, apart from hot rods, classic cars and street machines (and plenty for the kids), there will also be a rock concert.
Headlining the show will be The Giants, Angry Anderson and Wilbur Wilde, with New Zealander Ricki Wood kicking things off at 11
Cranksters Cruise Nagambie also donates to the fire brigade (who organise parking), charities and sporting clubs.
Tickets for the main raffle will be on sale throughout the day and the top prize, a two-post Tuff Lift hoist, will be drawn at 3
Entry to the show is $5, children free, with gates open from 10
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