Organiser John Mason hopes fine weather will see thousands attend classic car event.By Laura Griffin
The Euroa Show and Shine will bring magnificent vehicles, rides, market stalls and more to Seven Creeks Park tomorrow.
Organiser John Mason is excited the event is back at Seven Creeks Park after flood damage prevented use of the central venue in previous years.
He said he hoped good weather would push up crowd numbers and expected anywhere from 5000 to 10
Mr Mason said the set-up at Seven Creeks Park allowed for about 1000 vehicles, with cars from throughout last century to the latest muscle cars expected.
Forty-five judges from across Australia would award about 90 trophies, including best in show, best of certain marques and eras, he said.
Also on display will be historic motorbikes, as well as trucks and tractors.
Euroa Miniature Railway will offer free rides during the event.
There will also be helicopter flights, dodgem cars, bungee jump, jumping castle, face painting and food and market stalls, as well as live music. Entry fees are $5 a car (including driver) and $2 a visitor.
The event opens to the public at 8
To get a head start on the car competition, there will be an old-fashioned drive-in movie at Euroa Secondary College tonight. Entry is $20 a car.
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