A SHOW of hotrods, custom and classic American cars from the pre-1970s era is being held on Sunday, September 9, at Spinaze Park, Tullera.
Organiser David Manby told The Echo the Trojans Tullera Turnout is the first time the event has been held in Lismore.
"The Lismore Trojans car club is holding the show in conjunction with the Lismore City Lions Club," David said.
"It's a family day out, by gold coin donation which will go to the Our House charity."
David said the cars that will be on show are different from vintage and veteran cars.
"They're basically original cars, like Chevvies, Fords and Plymouths, that have been heavily modified, in the paintwork, the engines and the wheels and so on
"The hot roads are from the 20s and 30s, and the custom cars from the 1940s to the 60s.
"And if anyone has such a car that they'd like to bring along, they'd be very welcome. It's just $5 to bring a car in."
As well as the car display there'll be children's activities including a jumping castle and face-painting; the Lismore City Lions Club and the Tullera Bush Fire Brigade, which is also having its Open Day, will be doing food, and there will be live music from local band, Strangers Inc.
Spinaze Park and Tullera Hall are just eight kilometres north of Lismore on the Dunoon Road. The show is on from 8am to 2pm.
Phone David Manby on 0428 677 061 for more details.
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