Classic beauties continue to shine

Brian Sidney of East Lismore (pictured) has two great loves his wife Heather and his 1966 Mustang Coupe, which he spent four years restoring to its original glory.

I also have a classic 1975 Jaguar Coupe, but the Mustang was my first love, said Brian, who has been restoring classic cars for 15 years. These old cars have lots of character and they certainly bring back a few memories. Plus theyre just beautiful to admire.

Brian will be joined by his three favourite girls this Sunday, August 6, for the Summerland Sports and Classic Car Clubs annual display day in the Clyde Campbell Car Park (next to the Lismore Police Station in Molesworth Street). The event attracts over 200 classic cars and motorcycles, some from up to 300kms away, which date from the 1900s to the 1980s.

Everyone is welcome to go along and see the old beauties on display and be entertained by a live rock n roll band. The cars will be on show from 8am-2pm. Entry is by gold coin donation.


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