GRAND DISPLAY: Sunday's Grand Historic Auto Display is always a crowd favourite and should not disappoint again this year.
GRAND DISPLAY: Sunday's Grand Historic Auto Display is always a crowd favourite and should not disappoint again this year.

Grand Historic Auto Display is set to delight crowds

THOSE magnificent men and women with their driving machines will be out in force in Warwick this weekend.

As usual the Grand Historic Auto Display is expected to bring out the crowds as vintage car enthusiasts from all over the state line up in Palmerin St.

Rob Hamilton from the Jumpers and Jazz team said the event this year will be another festival highlight.

"This year the event has been co-ordinated by an advisory group of local car enthusiasts, which is a little different from past years," he said.

"We're also really excited to have RACQ on board as a major sponsor for the first time."

"They will have a marquee set up and they are also bringing a few of their own vintage cars - an Escort, a Jeep and Mini."

Mr Hamilton was anticipating around 100 vehicles to grace the main street for the event.

"We have various car clubs coming along including Lotus, Pontiac. Monaro and MG, there'll be a vintage Jaguar and a few Model A cars as well," he said.

"And there'll be jazz playing all day on the Downtown Lounge."

 

WHERE:

Palmerin St, between Grafton and Fitzroy Sts

 

WHEN:

Sunday from 9.30am to 2.30pm

 

COST:

Free



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