Events go from strength to strength with more years under its belt and that was exactly the case with the Goulburn Car and Motorcycle Show.
It was yet another terrific success as just under 300 vehicles were on display at the Goulburn Recreational Grounds on Saturday, November 30.
The sun was out, the weather was lovely unlike the week leading up and spectators were treated to a vehicular masterclass.
There were 19 categories on the day including hot rods, Fords and plenty of late and modern cars and bikes.
Co-organiser of the event Mitch Leeson said it was great to see so many people bringing their families out and enjoying the day.
"The day has all gone pretty well, but today is all about raising money for charities and this year the Crescent School was chosen," Mr Leeson said.
"Over $6000 was raised for them and I would like to thank all the sponsors and all the people who helped out with the event."
Steve Edwards from the Crescent School was grateful for the donation and said the funds would be put to good use.
"We will use the funds to buy tables and chairs for the school's garden so students can enjoy the outdoors," Mr Edwards said.
This has been the fifth year the show has been running and it has gotten bigger and bigger.
Mr Leeson said the show started from a couple of casual beverages at the pub.
"The idea came about through a couple of beers and a chat," Mr Leeson said.
"We're all car enthusiasts so we thought it would be a great idea to run a show like this."
It has gone on to become one of the more popular events in the region.
The Goulburn Argyle Rotary Club also ran a free men's health check on the day with the Men's Health Education Rural Van.
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