If you see a long line of head-turning vehicles along Wyndham St today, they are all headed to Shepparton Motor Museum.DARREN LINTON March 20, 2014 4:08am
Hitting the road: Car lover Jarrod Thompson with his Holden Camaro that he will take for a spin in today's Twilight Cruze that finishes at Shepparton Motor Museum.
Car lover Jarrod Thompson said other enthusiasts were welcome to join the Twilight Cruze that had been organised as a way for people to get together and support the motor museum.
‘‘This is the last one we will do before daylight savings ends,’’ he said.
‘‘All they need to do is meet out at Inter Continental Spares.
‘‘Basically what we want people to do is get that interesting car out of the shed, dust it off an take it for a run.’’
The event had a $10 entry fee that included a barbecue and entry to the museum.
Mr Thompson said entrants vehicles needed to be registered and run a full exhaust system, with street machines, classic, vintage and veteran vehicles all welcome.
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