ABOUT 350 vintage car lovers ventured to Bress winery on Saturday to view the collection of rare Lancia cars.
About 90 cars were on display in the event that was held in Harcourt for the first time.
The national Lancia Register’s rally was the 22nd event of its kind since 1971.
Bress winery’s cellar door manager Sue Anderson said the crowds had exceeded expectations.
"It was great a lot of the members of the public came along," she said.
"I think they really enjoyed it. There were some very rare cars there, quite a few of the old early tourers and sedans."
She said she was hopeful it could return to Harcourt.
"A few of the organisers were inquiring about coming back," she said.
"It would be great to host other car club events as well."
Saturday's event marked the 50th anniversary of the Fulvia Model which first began production in 1962 as a 1.2 litre V4 engine Sedan.
The members of the national Lancia Register meet for a rally every two to three years.