HOLDEN enthusiasts will flock to the Bendigo Jockey Club tomorrow for the All Holden Day.
The annual event, run by the Bendigo Sandhurst Holden Club, is expected to attract about 400 cars from across the state.
Club member Doug Pearse said vehicles dating back to the 1940s would be on display.
“We will have cars on display that date back to when the Holden was first made, right through to the newest,” he said.
“The public can come and have a look at the different cars and see how they have changed over the years.”
He said cars would be judged depending on their model and winners would be awarded trophies.
Mr Pearse said entry was a gold coin donation and all proceeds would go to the intensive care ward at Bendigo Health.
“Anyone is welcome to come along and have a look at the cars,” he said.
“The Chrysler Club had a day recently in Bendigo, and this event is a way to celebrate the Holden.”
The event will be held at the racecourse in White Hills from 9am to 3.30pm. Mr Pearse said it would still run regardless of the weather.