The weather was immaculate, the crowd turned out in force, and according to organisers, the 19th annual Great Lakes Nissan Motorfest was one of the best yet.
Held on Sunday, June 9 at John Wright Park, Tuncurry, the event attracted around 4000 people and saw 340 vehicles of all ages, makes and sizes proudly displayed to the public.
Great Lakes Historic Auto Club former president and event organiser, Cliff Stockley, said 2019 attracted one of the best turnouts in years.
"It was fantastic," he said.
"There were so many makes and varieties of vehicles on display - the public loved that."
Among some of the more unique vehicles shown on the day were a pair of sidecar racing motorcycles, a Lotus Europa sports car, and a 1929 vintage Austin 7 sports car.
There were also 26 Morgan sports cars on display as the feature vehicle of the event - a number Mr Stockley said was rare to see in the one place.
A custom motorcycle used to transport coffins won the People's Choice award, while a 1962 Valiant sedan was awarded the Bob Burns Memorial Trophy for the most desirable vehicle on show.
"It was a beautiful car," Mr Stockley said.
"It was in immaculate condition and was completely original."
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Mr Stockley said the event remained ever popular with kids and their parents, as well as old-timers who liked to come along and check out the cars they grew up with or used to own.
And while the dust was yet to settle on this year's successful event and there were no firm plans for the 20th edition of the festival, he admitted there was a good chance the iconic 1949 Hudson Commodore from the Hollywood film Driving Miss Daisy would feature, with the car now belonging to an owner from the local area.
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