Almost 300 classic cars went on display in Bendigo at the weekend for the Central Victorian Chrysler Club's annual event, Midstate Mopars.
Event committee member Brendan Ruiter said the show was the second-largest Chrysler show in Australia and it attracted people from across the country.
"People like to travel, because people want to show off their Chrysler, Dodge, Valiant, Jeep, Plymouth," Mr Ruiter said.
He attributed much of the event's success to the fact it was a free community event, and vintage cars held nostalgic value to people.
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"I think the public like it because they like to look at old 50s and 60s, 70s cars," Mr Ruiter said.
The event also did well, he said, thanks to the contributions of local businesses and the City of Greater Bendigo.
The Midstate Mopars included a cruise to Inglewood on Saturday, a social dinner, and a show and shine in the Bendigo CBD on Sunday.
Being non-profit and community-focused, Mr Ruiter said the club liked to donate money to other organisations in need of funding and was this year approaching $50,000 in donations over the course of its history.
This year's recipients include the Suicide Prevention Awareness Network for Central Victoria, Marong SES and Fresh FM.
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