The cars and stars that have contributed to Australian motor racing and the motoring industry over the past 60 years will be celebrated in Orange on Saturday.
About 550 cars, trucks and motorcycles are expected to be on display at Sir Jack Brabham Park for the 60th Gnoo Blas Classic show from 10am-2.30pm.
Organiser Denis Gregory said this year's show was special as it celebrates the 60th anniversary of the first Australian Touring Car Championship race at the old Gnoo Blas circuit back in 1960.
The ATCC has since developed into the current Supercars championship where V8 Fords and Holdens battle on tracks across Australia and New Zealand.
But back in 1960, the cars were more stock standard.
Mr Gregory said 14 different makes, 44 cars, ranging from Jaguars to a tiny Fiat, contested that historic event and he was one of the drivers.
"I was driving a Morris Major in the 1500cc class," he said.
V8 Ford driver Tony D'Alberto will be among the guests fans can meet on the day, along with team owner Garry Rogers and legendary driver Kevin Bartlett.
Mr Gregory said a replica of one of the FJ Holdens that contested the 1960 event would be on show with several of the drivers also there.
He said the show had a strong pre-entry of about 300 cars already.
"[And] you normally get a couple of hundred enter on the day," he said.
"We've got a stack of bikes this year."
Admission is $5.
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