Car lovers with a passion for everything flashy, shiny and ritzy are being encouraged to head to the Maitland Show Ground on Sunday for a charity car and bike show.
Organiser Dee Ekert said they were expecting up to 100 vehicles at the show, which will raise funds for Variety and Dads in Distress.
“We’ve got people coming from as far as Queensland and Victoria,” she said.
“There’s going to be some of the best cars in Australia there.”
Among the majestic machines will be some of the biggest names in Australia’s burnout scene – such as Mick Brasher’s ‘Ulegal’ and Craig Craft’s ‘Sikest’.
Dee said both charities were worthy causes that deserved supporting.
“They both do really important work,” she said.
Gates will open to the public on Sunday from 10am-3pm.
Entry is a gold coin donation, while displaying a vehicle costs $20.