Ruby red hot rod Swuoop is ranked among the world's best.
Owner Mick Fabar proudly showed off the 1929 Ford A Model Roadster Hiboy, which has just returned from the MotorEx show in Homebush.
"We debuted the car exactly 12 months ago at MotorEx in Homebush and it came second. From then on it has won every state title and every hotrod show it's been to. It won Summernats and won at MotorEx on the weekend, which was the final of the season," he said.
Mr Fabar said the team took four years to build the hotrod, with most of the work completed in Orange.
Scott Lane from Hot Rod Lane did most of the fabrication and engineering work, including the handmade steel chassis, and John Zelukovic is responsible for the flawless paintwork. Even the suspension and steering column are handmade.
The hotrod is judged on categories including paint, finish, concept, undercarriage and interior.
Mr Fabar hopes Swuoop's winning streak will continue at shows in the United States next year.
"What it achieved on the weekend is phenomenal, and not only by Australian standards. It's now ranked as one of the top five hotrods in the world," he said.
The hotrod has been called Swuoop after the recurring curved motif that has been worked into almost every aspect of its design.
Mr Fabar said it had been a labour of love.
"It doesn't matter how daunting the task may seem, if you want it bad enough and you have the right team of people you can do anything. Together as a team we've really set the world on fire," he said.