TULLY Park was filled to capacity on Sunday with car enthusiasts and their pride and joys for the annual Jimboomba Auto Extravaganza.
Car owners came from throughout south-east Queensland to display their vehicles which included vintage, sports, street rods and drag cars as well as bikes, trucks and utes.
Jimboomba Heritage Vehicle Club member Kyrie Jones said the club was excited to come along and support the event.
Club members brought eight cars along for display and were on hand to give advice to visitors about car restoration.
Edens Landing husband and wife team Trish and Graham Beattie attracted much attention with their 77 Trans Am special edition.
Hollywood actor Burt Reynolds signed a gold plaque which is placed near the gearstick.
Queensland Early Ford V-8 Club which runs the event will hand the proceeds from the day over to Crowson Park Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), which supports children and adults living with a disability.
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