Organisers of a Jimboomba car show say they have been left gobsmacked by the turnout of classic machines and fans at the first event.
More than 100 vintage, classic, hotrod and modified vehicles and their owners descended on Jimboomba Sports Park for the first Cars N Coffee show.
That was far more than the Jimboomba Heritage Vehicle Club anticipated, spokesman Rick Majewski said.
"We initially catered for about 30 to 35 cars in our barbecue area, but we were all totally gobsmacked as the classic cars kept rolling in," he said.
"It became so busy that we had to send out volunteers to purchase more food to process."
As well as local aficionados, vehicle enthusiasts from the Gold Coast and northern areas of Brisbane joined local car buffs at the event.
They enjoyed breakfast and coffee while they admired the cars.
The vehicles ranged from a 1920s Ford, Chevrolets and a baby Austin, to classics from every decade.
A replica Herbie the Love Bug, complete with the paint work from the vehicle which starred in a string of 1960s Disney films, was among the cars there.
Club president Peter Cotter said there was surprised looks on children's faces when they saw classics from years gone by.
The club will host further displays on the second Sunday of each month. The next one is set down for November 14.
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