Four Aces Rod and Custom Club held a vintage car show spectacular for their 10th anniversary on Sunday.
The day was filled with plenty of vintage models from 1919 through to modern vehicles, along with stalls, fun for the kids and prizes galore.
Founding member of the Four Aces Rod and Custom Club, Peter Campbell, said the day was a success for the club.
"The day started off with some heavy showers but then the sun came out and the day went really well," he said.
"We had 93 entrants into the show, which was really great."
The Shannons Super Rig was also in attendance, with its' large plasma screens, driving simulators and Sony PlayStation gaming consoles providing entertainment for locals.
Prizes were also awarded to a number of vintage cars at the show.
"There were a number of really great raffle prizes up for grabs as well, including a tool box hand painted by Kev Unger, an Akubra hat voucher and many more."
"It was a really good day had by all," Mr Campbell said.
The event was sponsored by Shannons Insurance.
The club has 65 members and meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 6.30pm at the Great Northern Hotel in West Kempsey.
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